The Metal Scholar's Weekly Listening List (9th September 2019)

You Merely Adopted The Darkness, I Was Born In It!

The nights are drawing in at an alarming rate, but I know we all love it. With the increasingly autumnal weather really getting me into the mood for some of the more gothic and dark styles of metal, (I'm sure there will be a Type O Negative special in October) I'm starting to feel my creative flow slowly coming back. It is strange to think that it is September already though, 2019 has already been such an insane year. Anyway, time to crack on with this weeks lists as we watch the rain crash against our windows, it's time to get the horror movies on and some classics played on the speakers.

Singles Of The Week

I.  Entrails (🇸🇪) - Crawl In Your Guts (Metal Blade Records), Swedish Death Metal
II. Dictated (🇳🇱) - Hypso (Self Released), Death Metal
III. Don Broco (🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿) - Action (feat. Tilian Pearson, Tyler Carter, Caleb Shomo and Taka Moriuchi) (Sharptone Records), Post-Hardcore
IV. Mistur (🇳🇴) - Downfall (Dark Essence Records), Folk/Pagan Black Metal
V. 1349 (🇳🇴) - Striding The Chasm (Season Of Mist), Black Metal
VI. Nile (🇺🇸) - Long Shadows Of Dread (Nuclear Blast Records), Brutal/Technical Death Metal
VII. Bhleg (🇸🇪) - FrÃ¥n eld till aska (Nordvis), Black Metal
VIII. Gatecreeper (🇺🇸) - Everlasting (Relapse Records), Death Metal
IX. URN (🇫🇮) - Hunted (Season Of Mist), Black Thrash
X. The Great Old Ones (🇫🇷) - Nyarlathotep (Season Of Mist), Post-Black Metal

Albums Of The Week

I. Vitriol  (🇺🇸) - To Bathe From The Throat Of Cowardice (Century Media Records), Death Metal
II. Foscor (🇪🇸) - Els Sepulcres Blancs (Season Of Mist), Progressive Black Metal
III. Cognizance (🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿) - Malignant Dominion (Prosthetic Records), Technical/Melodic Death Metal
IV. Cathedraline (🇩🇪) - Kosmonolith (Liquid Sun Records), Atmospheric Black Metal
V. Deadwood Lake (🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿) - Immortalised In Death (UKEM Records), Atmospheric Black Metal

Throwback Of The Week

The year is 2004, before I'm even aware of metal's existence, this band experiment with their sound in a new way and release an album full of tunes that I would look up an enjoy merely 4 years later when I embark on my metal music journey. Having lived in Germany in the past, the German language and metal was so raw and visceral to me that this band, no matter what they put out, will always have a special place in my heart. Just need to get my arse in gear and see them live.

This weeks throwback is Rammstein (🇩🇪) - Reise, Reise (Vertigo/Capitol)


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