🌶️ To The Teeth: Autopsy, Slipknot, Givre, Gonemage, Sabaton, Coldworld, Devin Townsend & more!

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🌶️ To The Teeth: Autopsy, Slipknot, Givre, Gonemage, Sabaton, Coldworld, Devin Townsend & more!
By To The Teeth • Issue #112 • View online
Welcome to the To The Teeth newsletter! I’ll bring you up to date with new heavy music. You can listen to almost everything in the playlist on Spotify. Peppers are hot 🌶️! If you like what you read and want help keep this in the air: please head over to Patreon, or pre-order the Taste of Teeth compilation over at Bandcamp.

Autopsy  - Knife Slice Axe Chop
Autopsy - Knife Slice Axe Chop
New albums
🌶️ Autopsy (death from the USA. FFO: Asphyx, Obituary, Dismember)
A band started in 1987, and still tight as a duck’s behind. Lyricial themes still are: gore, death, horror, zombies, necrophilia & sick humour? Hold my brains, I’m going in.
🌶️ Givre (black from Canada. FFO: Panopticon, Gris, Woods of Desolation)
Their origins are complex: they had been Givre for years, than changed the name to Entheos and made beautiful music under that name. But a part of them missed Givre and so they went back to that name, without giving up on Entheos. So now we have two bands that make excellent black metal with a folky touch, avantgarde leanings and a raw edge! (Entheos made, I must add, one of the exclusives on The Taste of Teeth!)
🌶️ Gonemage (experimental post-black/chiptune from the USA. FFO: Master Boot Record)
Garry Brent’s (Cara Neir) fun sideproject is bursting at the seams with ideas and influences - I mean, look at that description - but not so much that you can only listen to it as a form of homework. To the contrary: it’s a blast!
🌶️ Coldworld (depressive black from Germany. FFO: Paysage d'Hiver, Lustre, Lifelover)
What’s cooler than being ice cold? Being alone and utterly miserable for all eternity. That’s Coldworld for you. Why the hell do I like this so much??
Slipknot - The Chapeltown Rag (I like this song, but that's about it)
Slipknot - The Chapeltown Rag (I like this song, but that's about it)
There’s more: Slipknot (nu/groove from the USA), Sabaton (power from Sweden), Rage (heavy/speed/power from Germany), Acephalix (death from the USA), Strigoi (death/crust from the UK - members of Paradise Lost/Vallenfyre/Satyricon), Dark Forest (heavy/power from the UK), Ellende (ambient post-black from Austria), Escuela Grind (grind from the USA), Power from Hell (black from Brazil), Alvenrad (folk/black from the Netherlands), Cryptic Brood (death/doom from Germany - 2 track ep), Sacrilegia (blackened thrash from Ireland), Tankard (thrash from Germany), Mamaleek (experimental from the USA), Darkest Era (heavy/folk from the UK), Stake (🌶️ atmospheric sludge/post from Belgium) and a live album from Moonspell (gothic from Portugal).
New singles
Ateiggär - En stille Feind
Ateiggär - En stille Feind
There are new songs out from: Devin Townsend (prog from Canada), -(16)- (sludge from the USA), Dead Cross (crossover/everything from the USA - a band with members), Candlemass (epic doom from Sweden), Obsidious (tech/prog death from Austria/Germany/UK), Warkings (power from Germany/Austria/Switzerland), Therion (🌶️ death/symphonic from Sweden), Ateiggär (🌶️ black from Switzerland), Arallu (black/death from Israel), High Command (thrash/crossover from the USA), Daeva (black/thrash from the USA) and an Alice in Chains cover from Foscor (🌶️ prog/post/black from Spain - also a The Taste of Teeth band!).
Non-metal & next week
Non-metal album of the week: Björk - Fossora (electronic/pop from Iceland)
I’m looking forward to next week because of: 🦷 The Taste of Teeth, Charlotte Wessels, Aara, Cloud Rat, Queensrÿche & Lamb of God.
Have a great weekend people - Peter
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