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5 Albums You Simply Can’t Ignore This October!

How could you possibly resist....

Source // Malevolent Creation

Source // Malevolent Creation

Here’s our pick of the best of the rest….

Abigail Williams release The Accuser on October 30th. Expect more pure Black Metal from this reliable U.S. outfit.

Children Of Bodom‘s I Worship Chaos arrives on October 2nd with Alexi Laiho and co. (minus renowned guitarist Roope Latvala of course) attempting to savage your eardrums with their blistering brand of Thrash, Power and Melodic Death Metal.

Also arriving on October 2nd, Deafhaven‘s New Bermuda promises to plunge listeners into new realms of pain. Expect Post-Black Metal malevolence orchestrated by masters of crafting tumultuous waves of crushing noise.

Grave‘s Out Of Respect For The Dead rises on October 16th and this classic Death Metal bands reputation for groove-drenched savagery is bound to continue unabated.

The Psychedelic sludge of Kylesa returns on October 2nd with the release of Exhausting Fire. Rumour has it that the more melodic direction forged on 2013’s Ultraviolet is explored further as Kylesa look set to warp their Space-Rock, Doom-laden distortion even futher.

Florida’s Malevolent Creation return with Dead Man’s Path on October 2nd and these giants of the Floridian scene look set to maintain their reputation for Thrash-tinged, old-school Death Metal on album number 12!

Condition Hüman, Queensrÿche‘s second album with Todd Le Torre (Crimson Glory) at the helm, looks to re-cement their position as one of Prog Rock/Metal’s most thrillingly reliable acts.  

Skindred turn up the Volume on October 30th. Swiftly following last year’s Kill The Power, Benji Webbe and the boys are capitalising on some well deserved exposure for their idiosyncratic melding of disparate styles. 

W.A.S.P have always known how to make an impact and while Golgotha may find Blackie Lawless a changed man, it’s highly unlikely that W.A.S.P’s 15th album won’t be home to an anthem or two!

About Chris Jennings (1985 Articles)
I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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