Unsigned and Unholy Jugurtha, Aziza, Third Island

The effect that Gorguts, Dysrhythmia and bands of their ilk have had on metal, particularly in the past ten years, cannot be understated; skronk metal is now a thriving sub-genre all its own. One band bringing the skronk particularly hard is Toronto’s Jugurtha, who use arpeggiated, ringing chords for atmosphere (ala Ulcerate) but also incorporate the frosty tonality ofblack metal and the unhinged chaos of death-grind into their sound. Check out recently released album Empyre below.

Source: Metal Sucks