Polish Death Metal

Ulcer – Grant us Death (Pulverised Records)

Polish band pays tribute to a famous Swedish band: Guess who?
Release Date: 
19 Feb 2013 - 1:30pm

The Polish band Ulcer presents us its sophomore release of pure death metal.

Hate – Solarflesh (Napalm Records)

New Hate that's more like the Old Hate: It is a win-win situation and still they deliver!
Release Date: 
30 Jan 2013 - 12:30pm

 One of the most beloved bands in the death metal scenario is back with an album that is not supbar compared to classics like Morphosis or Erebus. 

Depopulate - Till Man Exists No More (Own Label)

Silesian Metal of Death

Depopulate is a band from Katowice (Poland) who is debuting with this EP, 15 minutes of pounding metal of death. 

Amorphous – A Perfect Evil (Let It Bleed Records/Godz of War Productions)

Extremely well-executed Deathgrind from Poland.

Amorphous, hailing from Wrocław (Poland) have already released an album and an EP, and now they are back with A Perfect Evil, an album that mixes elements

Hellspawn – The Great Red Dragon (Wydawnictwo Muzyczne Psycho/Godz of War Productions)

Competent trad death metal from Poland.

 Poland never seems to stop breeding good death metal bands. It’s like a plague. Hellspawn is another name to count in that group. 

Embrional – Absolutely Anti-Human Behaviors (Old Temple/Godz of War Productions)

From Zero to Hero.

Another Polish death metal band recorded another obscure demo in 2006. The demo had nothing particularly special, just an acceptable death metal sound, with nothing really new to present.

Regicide Decease / Calcined - Death Illumination - In Honour of Evil Chuck (Metal Scrap Records)

A tribute comprised not only of covers, but original material as well.

So, by name, one can easily tell that this split was made in honour of our great Chuck Schuldiner (released to celebrate Chuck’s 45 years if he was alive today), and all homa

Centurion – Serve No One (Wydawnictwo Muzyczne Psycho)

Eine Kleine Total Devastation

10 years, a split and changes of line up after their first effort Conquer & Rule (which was not a bad album, but it wasn’t ripe either) bring the Polish death metal Centu