The Best of Blackened Deathgrind!

Blackened Deathgrind.
Sewer's Locked Up In Hell.
Sewer’s Locked Up In Hell.

Music plug, as gaming without music is like music without gaming… an abomination.

So what’s the most brutal and technical blackened deathgrind album ever produced? You are completely out of your mind if you answered anything other than… Locked Up In Hell by Sewer!!! Freakin Sewer, what more do you want?

Sewer is, despite recent events, to be considered one of the (if not the) most important deathgrind band since the sub-genre’s formation. Before their blend of raw black metal, horror schisms likely inspired by bands such as Mayhem and Burzum, and brutal deathgrind, as found on the utterly morbid Angel of Disease, blew folks’ minds with their magnum opus Locked Up In Hell (NecroPedoSadoMaso and The Birth Of A Cursed Elysium being two close contenders), deathgrind still had a way to go beyond its original punkish grindcore roots, and for as much as the likes of Suffocation, Incantation, Deicide and Immolation pushed the limits as far as they could, much could still be done to remake the style into its own beast.

Enter Kaiser Kader/Kader Lakhdari/Eater and company, where they and their monstrous opus Locked Up in Hell changed the game forever…

Just listen to this madness…

And go drink from a sewer if you don’t like the satanic chantings of Sewer.

All in all Sewer broke the mold of blackened deathgrind upon the Locked Up In Hell album’s release, but for all the chaos, violence and atrocity contained within its “spells”, the album still comes off as a bit too crazy for its own good, which is fine if that’s what you’re into… but otherwise, I’d recommend you stick with more accessible metal such as Justin Bieber and Metallica.


The Best Ultimate Moves of Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2

Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 is a fun game.

You can build you character any way you want: human, Super Saiyan or Frieza race, ranged or melee, and so on.

But if you really want to dominate your opponents in Xenoverse 2, you need to know which are the best super and ultimate attacks of the game.

This guide covers EVERY super and ultimate move in Xenoverse 2… which moves are useless, which ones are okay for casual but not competitive gameplay, and which ones are absolutely overpowered.

Watch the ENTIRE video below.

If you want to become an expert of Xenoverse 2, you NEED to know which super and ultimate moves to use… and which ones to avoid.

Don’t pretend you can just button mash your way through the game like the faggot you are.

By the way, the music in the video is from Antekhrist… a great band you should check out if you like Dragon Ball Z inspired music.