Vinyl Wednesday: World Under Blood – Tactical



I missed out on last week’s post on account of laziness so I’m coming back hard and heavy today. I actually took photos of 4 albums over the weekend so that I’d have no excuse if I don’t edit and post for 4 weeks.

Anyway, back to the goods. World Under Blood is a group that has been around since 2006 but released their first, and only, album Tactical in 2011. Founded by Deron Miller (of CKY fame) on vocals, guitar, bass and keyboards, while the rest of the band consists of Tim Yeung on drums/keyboards, Luke Jaeger on lead guitar and Risha Eryavec on bass (does not appear on the recording). The album falls under the melodic death metal genre but I like to just say it kicks loads of ass. Lots of fast riffs and beats with a bit of melody tossed in. Good stuff if you are into sounds that are fast and heavy.

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Vinyl Wednesday: Terror – Legion of Gore




This is a pretty cool pick for Vinyl Wednesday. Terror, the Cleveland-based death/thrash metal band (not the LA-based hardcore band) comes out with a total rager at the end of 2015. Legion of Gore is a whopping 2 songs but they are totally killer. Re-recorded versions of demos that are 27 years old. Tell me, how can you beat that? I picked this up after seeing a post online from the fella who did backing vocals and I decided to give it a shot. I had heard of them but never listened to any of their tunes. I am now sad it’s taken me so long.

The artwork on the front cover is a painting by Antichrist Kramer entitled “Sanguimantic Heir To The Walachian Throne”. Yeah. How’s that for some weird shit? There is a pretty cool type treatment on the back jacket to check out too.

The vinyl is listed as Red & Black marble but it’s really a “merge” pressing. Not sure why the mix up.

Anyway, give it a look-see and then go out a buy your copy as quick as possible.

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