What’s Cookin’ In the Inbox: 14 Jan 2014 Post #1

empty mailboxIn order to bring you cool music you may not have heard of, my intent with this piece is to try to bring you 20 bands a month via two monthly posts featuring 10 bands each.  We thank you immensely for sending us your music whether you are a band/artist, publicist, or otherwise some kind of band promoter.  This is a great way to spread the gospel of metal and we hope you find something you will like.  For the first installment of 2014, here are 10 bands ranging from electronic to death metal and everything in between.  Enjoy!

Blue Stahli

Song:  The Fall

Style:  Electronic/Hard Rock


Song:  The Shifting Poles

Style:  Death Metal


Song:  To Live Is To Forget

Style:  For fans of Katatonia, Opeth, Alice in Chains, and Pain of Salvation

For Those Afraid

Song:  Look Ahead

Style:  Hard Rock

Human Improvement Process

Song:  Deafening Dissonant Millenium

Style:  Death Metal

Circle of Witches

Song:  Hell ‘N Roll – Album Preview:  Rock The Evil out on 15 Feb 2014

Style:  Sludgy Hard Rock – for fans of Motorhead

The Lion’s Daughter

Song:  Swann

Style:  Blackened Death Metal

Ass to Mouth

Song:  Sentenced to Grind

Style:  Grindcore


Song:  Blood and Confusion

Clip:  From the live Karma DVD


Song:  An Elizabethan Devil:  Worshiper’s Prayer Book

Style:  Occult Metal


About Reggie

Just a dude writing a heavy metal blog and always on the prowl for a cool metal show. I am also a family man...first and foremost!

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