Updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (as long as nothing gets in the way)
My main goals with The Bread God's Treasure Hoard is to provide people with rare, obscure, and hard to find metal albums and to help out metalheads who either can't afford metal albums, live in small towns where there are no record stores, or live in backwards countries where metal is against the law. It is not my intention to take food away from the artists. If you like the album and it happens to still be in print, go out and buy a physical copy. If you don't like it, then delete it.
Also, don't be a leech! Make sure you comment.
If you would like an album to be reuploaded, simply make a request in the comment section of that post. However, I will only reupload stuff that's obscure. I don't want any big labels breathing down my back.
A friend of mine asked me to upload this, so I did. Outsider was a Death Metal band from Lithuania that released only one album called Step to Nothing before splitting up. Not only is the musicianship great, it's also really trippy. The drums play lots of complex fills that remind me of Human-era Death. The bass is played in a rather unorthodox manner similar to Steve Digiorgio. As for the guitars, they constantly switch between fast shredding riffs and slow chugging riffs. These guys also include a lot of strange elements, such as the riffs near the end of "Death Song" that sound like folk music. "Peyote Visions" features warbly clean guitars accompanied by jazzy drum beats. This album is filled with many other trippy elements. I just can't get enough of it. This album definitely deserves more attention.