Feb 062014
 

Welcome to Part 20 of our list of the year’s most infectious extreme metal songs. For more details about what this list is all about and how it was compiled, read the introductory post via this link. To see the selections that preceded the three songs I’m announcing today, click here.

I guess it’s about time we thrashed the bejesus out of da place. I’ll hold the verbiage to a minimum.

REVOCATION

The album: Revocation  The song: “Invidious”

Dat banjo.  Doze solos.  Dat bass drop.  More words here and here.

https://www.facebook.com/Revocation

 

DARKANE

The album: The Sinister Supremacy  The song: “The Sinister Supremacy”

Doze riffs.  Dat chorus. Dat dual solo — and da hammering that follows.

https://www.facebook.com/darkane

 

 

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER

The album: Everblack  The song: “In Hell Is Where She Waits For Me”

Dat howl at da beginning.  Dat incendiary solo.  Dat groove.  More words here.

https://www.facebook.com/theblackdahliamurderofficial

  4 Responses to “OUR LIST OF 2013’S MOST INFECTIOUS EXTREME METAL SONGS: PART 21”

  1. (insert kvrmvdgeon style comment here) 🙂

  2. All great songs, though I feel like Everblack and Revocation’s new one didn’t have the staying power of previous efforts from both bands, at least as whole albums.

  3. “In Hell Is Where She Waits For Me” is fantastic. but so are the other two. so, as usual, great picks!

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