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New Flesh 9/9: Releases From Ozzy Osbourne, Revocation, Holy Fawn and More!

Posted by Corinne Westbrook in News on September 9, 2022

Get a recap of the freshest cuts spanning the world of heavy music that landed this week.

This week we have some solid death metal, with and without striking atmosphere, the 13th studio album from a heavy metal founder, break neck grindcore and more! For all of our favorite new releases, follow the official Knotfest New Flesh Playlist!

An Abstract Illusion – Woe – Atmospheric Death Metal

The sophomore full-length of An Abstract Illusion is a thing of beauty. Woe is equal parts serene and brutal, romantic and haunting. While certain tracks may seem daunting at first look (one is almost 15 minutes long!) once you are lost in the music, you’ll wonder how it ended so quickly. There is something for everyone on this album: black metal, death metal, progressive, atmospheric, and all things in between!

Get your copy HERE

Bloodbath – Survival Of The Sickest – Death Metal

The world’s favorite extreme metal supergroup have returned with what is indeed one of the sickest albums of 2022. Bloodbath are dedicated to keeping pure, unbridled death metal alive and well. Brutal riffs, chugging malcontent, blood, viscera, and unhinged dynamics keep you on your toes throughout!

Get your copy HERE.

Crippled Black Phoenix – Banefyre – Experimental

Banefyre is, without a doubt, a trip down the rabbit hole (if the cover art didn’t tell you that already). Complex, deeply evocative and beautifully crafted, Crippled Black Phoenix have created an album that plunges you deep into the dark. Lavish melodies with a harrowing message, this album has a lot to explore and will take more than one listen to absorb, but it is well worth multiple spins.

Get your copy HERE

Holy Fawn – Dimensional Bleed – Metalgaze

The sophomore album from Holy Fawn can really be summed up in two words: world building. A hallmark of the unity of shoegaze and metal, the soaring and sweeping nature of the music goes beyond simply telling a story. There is tragedy, melancholy, pain, but also euphoria throughout this album. This one feels like an excellent lead up to Fall.

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Ozzy Osbourne – Patient Number 9 – Heavy Metal

The immortal dark king of metal has seamlessly blended the past and the future on Patient Number 9. From reunions with old collaborators, including Zakk Wylde, Robert Trujillo, and Tony Iommi and some new and interesting guests (Jeff Beck, Mike McCready, and more), Ozzy gave us an excellent album for lucky number 13!

Get your copy HERE

Parkway Drive – Darker Still – Metalcore

Parkway Drive have cemented themselves as one of the driving forces of metalcore. While not abandoning their staples, the band has branched out on their sound, traversing hard rock, more straightforward metal, some gothic flair, and even dipping a bit into the nu metal revival. Darker Still is indeed dark, but also accessible and easy to get into. 

Get your copy HERE.

Revocation – Netherheaven – Tech Death

Revocation held exactly nothing back on Netherheaven. Furious guitars, savage vocals, quirky but bludgeoning bass lines, Netherheaven is easily the band’s heaviest to date. Dave Davidson’s guitar work is exceptional as always, but the level of rage on this album is astounding. 

Get your copy HERE.

Slugcrust – Ecocide –  Grindcore

I’ll admit, the first time I listened to this band it was solely because of their name. Prosthetic Records has been batting 1000 so I was also fairly certain it would be awesome. Eocide is 12 tracks of uncompromising ferocity! This album descends into almost incomprehensibly disgusting depths, bringing grindcore to an even more ungodly state. There are some surprises throughout that will leave you feeling sullied and unusual. Definitely spin!

Get your copy HERE

Tallah – The Generation Of Danger – Progressive Nu Metal

Tallah have put the “new” back in nu metal. While clearly influenced by the nu metal greats of the late 90s and early 00s, Tallah bring a progressive edge fit for 2022. Tallah are fearless in their composition and fierce in their vocals. Not one to sleep on!

Get your copy HERE.

Also out this week…

Abrams – In The Dark (Small Stone)
Allen/Olzon – Army Of Dreamers (Frontiers)
Anders Buaas – The Edinburgh Suite (Apollon)
Angrrsth/Czort – W Czeluść Split (Godz Ov War)
Apnea – Sea Sound (Self)
Astral Spectre – Phantom Nightmare/The Oath Is Broken (Northern Silence)
Awaken The Misogynist – Descended From Vast Dimensions (Comatose)
Black Pyramid – II Re-Release (Labyrinth Of Thoughts)
Black Reuss – Metamorphosis (Sliptrick)
Blood Chalice – The Blasphemous Psalms Of Cannibalism (Werewolf)
Bones – Sombre Opulence (Invictus)
Burning Shadows – Steel Diplomacy (Self)
Crosson – Ready Aim Rock (Galaxy)
Defiled Embrace – Whispers Of The Forest (Another Side)
Electric Callboy – Tekkno (Century Media)
End/Cult Leader – Gather & Mourn Split EP (Closed Casket/Deathwish)
Escarnium – Dysthymia EP (Redefining Darkness)
Fallujah – Empyrean (Nuclear Blast)
Goatchrist – Odes To The Radiant One (Wicker Man)
Greber – Fright Without (Ancient Temple)
Gridfailure and Megalophobe – Harbinger Winds (Nefarious)
Grief Ritual – Spiritual Disease EP (Self)
Hellgrimm – Ritual (Self)
Herbstlethargie – Melancholie im Blattfall (Northern Silence)
High Tone Son Of A Bitch – Live At The Hallowed Halls (Ripple)
High Vis – Blending (Dais)
Holy Fawn – Dimensional Bleed (Wax Bodega)
I Am – Eternal Steel (MNRK Heavy)
Inhuman Depravity – The Experimendead (Gruesome)
Invaders – Beware Of The Night (Fighter)
Jack 13’s Panzercrow – Murder Ballads (82)
Love And War – Edge Of The World Re-Release (Animated Insanity)
Lunar Spells – Demise Of Heaven (Northern Silence)
Meteora – …of Shades And Colours (H-Music)
Moral Panic – Validation (Reptilian)
Motihari Brigade – Algorithm & Blues (Self)
Mountain Eye – First We Become Ashes (Self)
Mourir – Disgrace (Throatruiner/Total Dissonance Worship)
Mo’ynoq – A Place For Ash (Self)
Necrambulant – A Feast Of Festering Flesh (Self)
Netherlands – Kali Corvette (Three One G)
Nihilistic Warfare – Spark Hatred Fire (Kernkraftritter)
Offernat – All Colours Retract (Self)
Ole Devil & The Spirit Chasers – Apocalypse Blues (Apollon)
Parkway Drive – Darker Still (Epitaph)
Pentagram – Makina Elektrika (Sony)
Perversion – Dies Irae (Hells Headbangers)
Praise The Sun – The Proffer Of Light (Art Of The Night)
Premortal Breath – Of Angels And Wolves EP (Self)
Prey For Nothing – Kivshan Re-Release (Wormholedeath)
Revocation – Netherheaven (Metal Blade)
Rotborn – On The Perspective Of An Imminent Downfall (Redefining Darkness)
Rotting In Dirt – I Am Eating My Shame EP (Zegema Beach)
Sedate Illusion – Time Is Not The End/Black Untold (Self)
Symbolical – ,em>Natura EP (Self)
Taboo – Taboo (Frontiers)
Taxi Caveman – Galactic Slope (Interstellar Smoke)
Testament – Titans Of Creation Video Album (Nuclear Blast)
Therion – Deggiel Re-Release (Hammerheart)
Therion – Lemuria Re-Release (Hammerheart)
Therion – Secret Of The Runes Re-Release (Hammerheart)
Therion – Sirius B Re-Release (Hammerheart)
Therion – Theli Re-Release (Hammerheart)
Therion – Vovin Re-Release (Hammerheart)
Toadeater – Bexadde (FDA)
Toehider – I Have Little To No Memory Of These Memories (Bird’s Robe)
Toughness – The Prophetic Dawn (Godz Ov War)
Trauma – Awakening (Massacre)
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown – Shake The Roots (Rattle Shake)
Ultima Grace – Ultima Grace (Frontiers)
Until I Wake – Inside My Head (Fearless)
Unzucht – Chaosmagie (Best Of) (Out Of Line)
Valborg – Der Alte (Lupus Lounge)
Vrenth – Succumb To Chaos (Rotted Life)
Warforged – The Grove | Sundial (The Artisan Era)
Wayward Dawn – All-Consuming Void (Emanzipation)

Check out more upcoming releases HERE.

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