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Ippocalyptica This reminds me of Anicon in all of the right ways, and it also makes me ask how it is that musicians of this caliber have not yet released a follow-up work. For a debut EP, the grasp of songwriting - ranging from dynamics to writing riffs to so much more - is very impressive. This is black metal that is actually heavy, and it feels oddly organic and warm rather than sterile and cold. I assume that Floods will release a debut LP sometime soon, and when they do, my soul will be ready. Favorite track: Angels of Failure.
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PannionSeer Excellent Brooklyn-style USBM in the vein of Krallice, produced by Colin Marston. Odd, angular riffs as forked as a serpent's tongue, rollicking grooves, and a crazed, feverish sense of urgency makes this an arresting listen. Favorite track: Stations.
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Metallurgical Fire This is terrific. I hope a full length is in the works. Favorite track: Angels of Failure.
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Tower 05:32
Coercive 07:17
Stations 05:38


released February 21, 2017

Guitar & Vocals: Drew Hays
Guitar: Adam Fletcher
Drums: Zachary Palmarini
Bass: Andrew Crimer

Produced by Colin Marston at Menegroth The Thousand Caves in November 2016

FLOODS logo by Claire Johnson

"This is inventive, intricate, technically extravagant musical poison that’s also more than a little unhinged."
- No Clean Singing


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