The Metal Scholar's Weekly Listening List (16th September 2019)

The Nights Are Getting Colder

It's another week into September and we are getting closer to brown, red, orange and yellow falling leaves, basic bitch pumpkin spice lattes and nights in with our favourite horror films. There has been some interesting releases the past couple of weeks that I've found small pockets of time that will feature on this weeks lists! The music is getting as dark as the nights here at Fjordhammer and I am loving every second of it. Even though we're still trapped in the mire of changing seasons which has brought about some unseasonably irritating humidity and heat, I'm starting to come out of my summer hibernation, just like all my other goths who have waiting a long 6 months to come out from the shadows.


Singles Of The Week

I. Negator (🇩🇪) - Sangvis Serpentis (Massacre Records), Black Metal 
II. Lindemann (🇩🇪) - Steh Auf (Universal Music), Industrial Metal
III. Cattle Decapitation (🇺🇸) - One Step Closer To The End Of The World (Metal Blade Records), Extreme Metal
IV. Mors Principium Est (🇫🇮) - God Has Fallen (AFM Records), Melodic Death Metal
V. Devilish Impressions (🇵🇱) - Cingvlvm Diaboli (Non Serviam Records), Black Metal
VI. Implore (🇩🇪) - All Is Not Lost Is Long Forgotten (Century Media Records), Death Metal
VII. Highborne (🇺🇸) - Perpetual (Archon), Black Metal
VIII. Bastard Grave (🇸🇪) - The Madness Of Creation (Pulverised Records), Death Metal
IX. Cerebral Rot (🇺🇸) - Primordial Soup Of Radioactive Sewage (20 Buck Spin), Death Metal
X. Slaughter To Prevail (🇷🇺) - Agony (Sumerian Records), Deathcore

Albums Of The Week

I. Asagraum (🇳🇱) - Dawn Of Infinite Fire (Edged Circle Productions), Black Metal 
II. Ghost (🇸🇪) - Seven Inches Of Satanic Panic (Loma Vista), Psychedelic Rock
III. Chelsea Wolfe (🇺🇸) - Birth Of Violence (Sargent House), Gothic Folk
IV. Mgła (🇵🇱) - Age Of Excuse (Independent), Black Metal
V. The HU (🇲🇳) - The Gereg (Eleven Seven Music), Mongolian Folk Metal


Throwback Of The Week

This week's throwback takes me back to a really hard time period emotionally. The year is 2013, I will be leaving school in that year. A lot of stuff had happened over that year that changed me irreversibly. This album however, was raw, cutting and relatable to me on another level. This band with every release have spoken to me on varying emotional levels and being part of their rise to the top had been phenomenal. This week's throwback;

Architects (🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿) - Daybreaker (Century Media Records)


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