Morbus Chron sign to Pulverised

From the bowels of Stockholm, Sweden comes a band (dead)icated to the early '90s zombie and gore themes that helped make death metal a worldwide phenomenon. Pulverised Records is proud to welcome Morbus Chron to their expanding roster of extremity.

Netherbird wants you to contribute a solo for their next release!

Swedish black metallers Netherbird have two releases coming up and for one of them there is a little spot where you (yes, YOU) could join the ranks of Netherbird as the lead guitarist. If you play the guitar or if you know a friend who has got the skills, read on!


Burial Hordes - Devotion to Unholy Creed (Pulverised / AmpHead)

Devotion to Unholy Creed, the second album from Hellenic anti-religious black metal band, Burial Hordes, sounds like the rageful screams of tortured souls. Brutal and fucking black, this is an album that gives the impression it could have been conceived in the depths of hell.

When I received this CD I threw it on my stereo, with the volume cranked, and only a glance at the album cover.

Conspiracy - Concordat (Pulverised/AmpHead)

One man band Alex “Carpathian Wolf” (formerly Al’ Hazred of Melechesh) unleashes his second solo album under the Conspiracy moniker, Concordat. This release is an unapologetic, back-to-basics punch in the face.
Release Date: 
6 Jun 2009 (All day)

On this album, Alex throws in some basic, distinctly thrashy elements into the guitar work and combines traditional tremolo picking with punk-styled shredding.

Tribulation - The Horror (Pulverised/AmpHead)

A classic death metal sound; ideal for headbanging to yet with more depth and complexity to offer than limiting speed-guitar and brutal drums. Songs of horror, with touches of haunting piano. 'The Horror' is an impressive debut album from Swedish band Tribulation.

Tribulation’s debut album The Horror is high-quality, old-school death metal.

Vanmakt - Ad Luciferi Regnum (Pulverised/Amphead)

It's been a couple of years since Vanmakt's previous effort Vredskapta Morkersagor, and shit, these dudes have not been standing idle. If their previous album was not intense enough for you, then bludgeon your ears with this one and reassess your opinion.

Deceiver – Thrashing Heavy Metal (Pulverised/Amphead)

You want truth in advertising? Look no further than the title of this album! In fact the only other title they could have maybe used was “old school thrashing heavy metal.”

After five years of struggle, two previous albums, and a year-long sabbatical, this is Swedish band Deceiver’s swan-song album.  But let me tell you it’s a hell of