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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2018



01. Amorphis -
Queen Of Time
02. Dimmu Borgir -
Eonian
03. Khôrada - Salt
04. Immortal -
Northern Chaos Gods
05. MGT -
Gemini Nyte
06. Summoning -
With Doom We Come
07. Crone -
Godspeed
08. Primordial -
Exile Amongst The Ruins
09. Atrium Carceri & Herbst9 -
Ur Djupan Dal
10. Mournful Congregation -
The Incubus Of Karma

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ULTHAR - Debut Album Out In November, First Track Available For Streaming

Oakland (USA) based black/death metal machine named Ulthar will release on 9th November through 20 Buck Spin their debut album entitled  Cosmovore. Ulthar create something uniquely arcane within the Bay Area metal underground. The trio comes together on their debut full length Cosmovore to unleash a feral urgency for dizzying Absu like black metal with a death metal band’s bludgeoning violence.
Thematically heavy on weird, supernatural horror and a bizarre Rudimentary Peni surrealism, Ulthar are a difficult to classify spectral entity within the sphere of black metal. Members of Ulthar play in many other known Bay Area bands including Vastum and Extremity.
Over the course of Cosmovore’s 40 minute run time speeds careen forward at primarily unrelenting velocity, the opening title track instantly battering with primal persistence. The album’s middle section, a blinding storm of ghastly black dread, leads into the 13+ minute epic "Dunwich Whore" where the Ulthar universe becomes all consuming with proggy synth bookends, vertiginous tempo variation, grinding technical violence, and thrashed madness.
Yet another stellar debut album released under the 20 Buck Spin banner, Ulthar’s Cosmovore stands as the monstrous opening salvo of a band only beginning to wage war. Listen to the album title track in the player below and judge for yourself about this blackened sonic violence. Link