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Peter Morsellino
Peter Morsellino is an insufferable child, stinking of bourbon and failure. Based in Upstate NY, Pete fills his days as Associate Editor of the Tales to Terrify Podcast and as a frequent contributor to The Sludgelord. Instagram @pmorsellino

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Review: Psychoid “Thrash Impact” [Music-Records]

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Parisian thrash act, Psychoid, burst with a delightfully retro approach to the old familiar genre. This reissue of their debut album (originally released 2018) holds a torch for ...
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Review: Nagaarum “Covid Diaries” [Aesthetic Death]

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Wow. This one is out there. Nagaarum return with just the kind of avante garde brutality that you can expect from these ambient metal mainstays. With interpretive art ...
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Review: Megalith Levitation / Dekonstruktor [Aesthetic Death]

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Split EPs are a tricky thing to pull off. You need the right two bands, you need to put up just a handful of songs to represent your ...
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Review: JUPITERIAN “Protosapien” [Transcending Obscurity Records]

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Brazil’s Jupiterian brings us a very tight sludge album in a neat little package. With only six songs spread across a thirty five minute time frame, you may ...
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Review: Dropdead “Dropdead” [Armageddon Label]

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Continuing on a prolific career in hardcore scene, Dropdead bring everything to the table with their long awaited third full length album. Having only improved since the band’s ...
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Review: Bleeding Eyes “Golgotha” [Go Down Records]

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Bleeding Eyes return with their sixth release, bringing with them a darker and heavier approach to their music. All familiar aspects of the band’s sound remain intact, but ...
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Review: ESOTERIC “Metamorphogenesis” [Aesthetic Death]

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I’m not gonna lie. I love this goddamn album. I’ve loved this album for over a decade now. So I’ll apologize now for the gushing that is about ...
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Review: POLTERGEIST “Feather Of Truth” [Massacre Records]

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The fifth album from Swiss speedsters, Poltergeist, offers up more of the savage riffing that the band has become known for over the years. An anthemic work amongst ...
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Review: Witnesses “Doom II”

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NYC based experimental metal project Witnesses crafts a stunningly beautiful piece of music on newest release, Doom II. An emotionally resonate affair that infuses a slowed down doom ...
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Review: WITCHES “The Fates” [Mighty Spells Records]

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Witches continue on in their tradition of pure death metal madness with new album, The Fates. A roaring assault of beats and riffs that will spin heads with ...
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Review: The Hallowed Catharsis “Killowner” [Lacerated Enemy Records]

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The technical death metal genre is known to be a decisive one when it comes to the fans. Some believe that it is a soulless mash, while others ...
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Review: DEATH COURIER “Necrotic Verses” [Transcending Obscurity Records]

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With an eardrum rupturing sonic assault, Greece’s Death Courier puts together a solid collection of Death Metal tracks that are sure to delight the fans. A well put ...
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Review: Acârash “Descend to Purity” [Dark Essence Records]

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Acârash unleash their electric blend of styles upon an unsuspecting world once again with their newest release, Descend to Purity. With one foot firmly immersed in the murky ...
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