Here are Metal Utopia’s most anticipated albums of the week!
Jared is looking forward to Concilivm’s A Monument in Darkness, Lux Incerta’s Dark Odyssey, Scalpture’s Feldwärts, and Marrasmieli’s Martaiden Mailta:
Absolutely killer death metal with a frigid atmosphere. I can’t sing the praises of this band enough, check it out.
French death doom that boils down to Paradise Lost worship. Still curious to hear the full thing.
German death metal about WW1 in a style reminiscent of Asphyx. Should be an enjoyable listen.
After their impressive 2020 output, I’m seriously looking forward to this one. Marrasmieli make some awesome folk-black and are seriously underappreciated at that.
Rick is looking forward to Mors Principium Est’s Liberate the Unborn Inhumanity:
I didn’t see as much publicity for this album as I would have liked, which is a shame because Mors Principium Est have consistently proved themselves to be a solid, yet underrated, melodeath band. Their ratio of riffs-per-song is incredible and every single guitar line ends up etched in the mind of a listener. In other words, I am already sure this album will feature many interesting moments.
Rutger is looking forward to Terzij de Horde’s In One of These, I Am Your Enemy:
Dutch post-black metal band Terzij de Horde release their second full-length this Friday. It’s their first release since 2015, so I’m curious to hear what they’ve done in these years.
“The demo was better.”