Hypervolume on Selective Memory

Hypervolume – Conceive

This Chicago duo makes an impressive intro into the metal arena Hypervolume Conceive Self Released Links: Official Site There are times when it takes four people to build up the flex to create a soulcrusher of an album, and then there is Chicago’s Hypervolume. Two guys. A. Human and Fabian … Read More ›

Suburban Living on Selective Memory

Suburban Living—How To Be Human

Philly’s Suburban Living Releases their Best Album Yet Suburban Living How To Be Human Egghunt Records Links: Official Site | Bandcamp | Egghunt Records It’s not that it has been over three years since Suburban Living conceptualized new material, it’s that it’s been over three years since Suburban Living dropped … Read More ›

Dokken on Selective Memory

Dokken—The Lost Songs 1978–1981

Dokken takes us back to the beginning with this collection of prehistoric tracks Dokken The Lost Songs 1978–1981 Silver Linings Records Links: Official Site | Facebook | Instagram Breaking the Chains was a “flop,” at least according to Elektra Records. And this was after the band went back in, cleaned off … Read More ›

Necrot on Selective Memory

Necrot—Mortal (Tankcrimes)

Necrot’s Mortal continues dominance by further exploring the ground they laid out with Blood Offerings Necrot Mortal Tankcrimes Links: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Tankcrimes Related Content on Selective Memory: The Leading Face in Death Metal In 2017, Blood Offerings propelled Necrot to the forefront of the death metal … Read More ›