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Canada Canada. DJ since Jun 19, 2010
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ipecac House of Broken Promises is the last lineup of the great Unida, but without John Garcia's vocals. It's doesn't matter, "The Hurt" still rocks.
ipecac Stupid-heavy, fuzzy, sludgy guitar from Finland: Demonic Death Judge's "Kneel."
ipecac The awesome "Blackness Devours" from the upcoming October Tide album "A Thin Shell." Melo-death/doom feat. ex-Katatonia guitarist Fredrik Norrman.
ipecac likes this Skeletonwitch video for "Bringers of Death." Someone's been playing the Dark Carnival campaign in l4d2.
ipecac First from the new Enslaved album: "Ethica Odini." It's great; feels like a heavier Vertabrae. Maybe the best clean vocals in all their work.
ipecac postulates: 1999 Primus - Ler + Buckethead = Monsters + Robots. Who's this guitar-playing sonsa bitch?
ipecac is continuing his Primus-related musing. What if Primus never had any line up changes? zomg! A video for Sausage's "Riddles are Abound Tonight."
ipecac will now consider a world where Ler never left Possessed. The extreme thrash on the "Seven Churches" album is some essential proto-death.
ipecac is pondering a world with no Primus, and a popular Blind Illusion. "Smash the Crystal" and other tracks from "The Sane Asylum" are pretty solid.
ipecac The Grotesquery's "Nightmares Made Flesh" from the gothic-horror "Tales of the Coffin Born." For fans of the Bloodbath album with the same title.
ipecac "The Lucky Ones Die First" from Bone Gnawer. SWE/FLA. Not usually one for campy cannibal thematics, but the riffs are great. More Rogga on bass.
ipecac "The Flesh" from Paganizer's 2009 album "Scandinavian Warmachine." Cover art evokes fond memories of Dismember's "Massive Killing Capacity."

PaganizerThe Flesh

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ipecac Razorback Records has some fantastic bands; also Rogga Johansson is prolific. Revolting's "Harvest the Humans," retro death with enjoyable melody.
ipecac The title track from The Crown's forthcoming album, "Doomsday King." Thrashy death riffs, great interplay between the leads, new vocalist is solid.
ipecac Sticking with the Small Stone Records stable of artists: Gozu's "Meth Cowboy." A little QOTSA Regular John-ish riffing, nothing wrong with that.

Gozu- Meth Cowboy

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ipecac "The Crow and the Snake" from Colorado's Black Sleep of Kali. Sounds a little like Baroness here; props for the Indiana Jones-referencing band name.
ipecac More d-beat fury. Nails plays everything on "Unsilent Death" fast, "No Servant" wins the blip because of the awesome vocal attack/lyrics.

NailsNo Servant

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ipecac 3/4ths of the Demonical line-up also play on Interment's "Into the Crypts of Blasphemy." This is the death groove of "Dreaming in Dead."
ipecac "Baptized in Fire" from Demonical's 2009 album "Hellsworn." Sounds like it could only have come from Sweden: ex-Centinex and recent Interment members.
ipecac Holy shit, Fukpig is awesome. "Sadism in the Name of God" is sort of like Napalm Death on an overdose of blasphemy. And, the video is fantastic.

Fukpig Sadism in the name of god

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