Optimus refused to sacrifice Cade and Tessa's lives to further ensure his own safety, so he jumped out to attack Cemetery Wind, although he didn't have enough time to wipe them all out when Lockdown started chasing him. The humans successfully escaped by driving off a ramp and, except for Lucas who gets killed by Lockdown's grenade, manage to reconnect with Optimus to escape. Then, Attinger scolds and demerits his men for their failure to capture Optimus, not taking into account at all that Optimus was too biologically powerful to be captured by humans.
A, labeled as a terrorist organization and their crimes were finally exposed. It was presumed that the other Cemetery Wind Agents either have been killed or arrested for their crimes, as they are now No. Sign In Don't have an account? Demo by Maladia. Snotty UK street punk meets reverb-drenched goth rock on this UK band's demo, offering six bursts of caustic camp. Kiss of Death by Black Angel. An epic dark rock record that will make fans of Sisters of Mercy swoon—massive chords and choruses, plus gothic grandeur.
Explore music. Purchasable with gift card. Justice If you like Devil Inspired Chants, you may also like:. Evil Upheaval just stomps over you, this is metal to chew on tombstones to.
It's visceral unrelenting and just god tier metal. Good job guys. A top-tier black metal album. Intricate symbol work on the drums and an all round epic and powerful sound. Tchornobog by Tchornobog. Tchornobog is without a doubt one of the best records of the decade.
It goes beyond the outdated concept of ''genres'' to create something very much of its own. To think this is the most honest artistic expression of ONE single person is even more impressive. It's one long journey, but a very worthwhile one. The songs all mesh perfectly into one relentless masterpiece that traps you in its atmosphere, without escape. Despair, decay A new compilation series featuring cat-loving metal bands from every state donating their tracks for local animal welfare organizations.
Relapse Sampler by Relapse Sampler. The Alberta crushers hold tight to their rank, astral-gazing grindcore, staring down abyssal torment all the while. Bandcamp Album of the Day Mar 31, Together with an unforgiving storm of drumming and a torent of guitars makes for a great album. Now some 5 years later, CEMETERY has emerged from its hiding place to unleash their proper debut and the years have been good to them, presenting a more refined and expansive sound while remaining raw and mysterious.
A very much guitar driven death rock project, the guitar sounds entrance with their choral melodies one minute, slice through with cutting distortion the next, and there is definitely a difficulty discerning the role of snyths from the layers of guitar effects at times. This album remains true to its title as it is both the noise and chaos of a world being torn apart by winds of modern life as well as a testament to the classic sounds of post punk that have flourished in the shadows of the dance club scene.
Here is the sound of its rebirth, and death rock sounds more dead than ever.Once you leave that cemetery, however, the impression that it just left will never leave. "Almond Eyes" and "The Fan Bellows" do unintentionally bring the album down a bit, but the album does not fall short on substance. Recommended Tracks: “Justice” “Wind and Shadows” “Worms” “XVVX” “Raven’s Nest” Album Rating: /5.