- Tribulation - Formulas Of Death
- Svartsyn - Black Testament
- Arckanum - Fenris Kindir
- Demonical - Darkness Unbound
- Enforcer - Death By Fire
- Vorum - Poisoned Void
- Chaos Invocation - Black Mirror Hours
- Watain - The Wild Hunt
- Necrophobic - Womb Of Lilithu
- Blaze of Perdition - Necrosophist 7"
- Necrowretch - Putrid Death Sorcery
- Verminous - The Unholy Communion
- Aosoth - IV Arrow In Heart
- Cerekloth - In The Midst Of Life We Are In Death
- Inquisition - Obscure Verses For The Multiverse
- Beyond - Fatal Power Of Death
- Cult of Fire - Ascetic Meditation of Death
- Valkyrja - The Antagonist's Fire
- Slutvomit - Swarming Darkness
- Nocturnal Graves - ...From the Bloodline Of Cain
Tribulation and Aosoth are black/death these days; Aosoth is slower complex black/death without shredding or solos or any of that lead stuff like you'd hear in dismember or destroyer 666.
Svartsyn, Arckanum, Inquisition, Chaos Invocation, Blaze Of Perdition, Valkyrja, and Cult Of Fire are black; Svartsyn is straightforward black metal, imo the best black metal band out there, Arckanum brings in crust influence and stripped away 99% of the leadwork he'd done for his past 3 albums, really punch to the gut riff-focused bass guitar heavy black metal here with grimey raw guitar tone - but not thin. get the vinyl it sounds so much better than the cd. Inquisition is melody heavy black metal from USA with vocals that sound like Abbath of Immortal, very popular in the underground. Chaos Invocation is a german band who just rule. lead heavy, complex arrangements, occult based lyrics, really fantastic release on the World Terror Commitee label. You need to hear their album, the first track "Delirium Worship and Total Abandon" is black metal's "Override of the Overture". Blaze Of Perdition is a polish band who released very Casus Luciferi style music in the past, with hints of Sworn To The Dark leadwork especially on their second album. If you don't know them - check them out, if you like Watain there's a great chance you'll like Blaze Of Perdition. Their Necrosophist single is very much like Dissection, and very unlike Blaze of Perdition's previous two albums, plus the b-side is a cover of Night's Blood. Go check it out now. Valkyrja is a straightforward swedish black metal band with member/member of ondskapt. Cult of Fire is a czech band with lots of gimmicks (pointy hats, extravagant live shows) and keyboards, but tasteful keyboards. very good stuff. haven't listened to it enough to give a good description, and that's also why it's so low on the list because I didn't hear it until 2014.
Vorum is a finnish death band with some black influence like Necrophobic, very good album here. their first release was pure death metal but this one is a bit different.
Cerekloth, Verminous, Necrowretch, Beyond, Slutvomit, Sorcery, and Demonical are death; Cerekloth is a danish band influenced by Deicide and make very heavy slower death metal. very morbid sounding stuff, very awesome cd. too bad they went on hiatus shortly after the release, really incredible find here. Verminous is bass heavy raw as fuck death metal from sweden. kind of uneven album, a couple songs aren't as good as the rest, but it's good and worth buying if you like death metal. Necrowretch is a french band who are violent and raw as hell, like the first merciless album - fast, violent, catchy and it truly does grow on you! Beyond is a german band who make necrovore style metal, good album with great artwork but they still have some work to be done on their sound. if you like degial or necrovation you should give Beyond a try, imo Beyond isn't as good as those two bands but it's a very similar style. Slutvomit is an american death metal band with the classic late 80s death metal sound. Great band, go listen to them now. Demonical play a vaguely similar style to Dismember (they hate it when people say that though). One of my favorite swedish death metal bands.
Nocturnal Graves is thrash/black band from Australia featuring Ian "Shrapnel" Gray previously of Destroyer 666. also features two guys from Denouncement Pyre (another good band of this style). lead heavy stuff here, as you'd expect from Shrapnel. much better than their first album from 2007. the band had broken up in 2010 but thankfully reformed to release this awesome album. if you like stuff like Destroyer 666 and Razor Of Occam, then this is a must buy. Enforcer is traditional heavy metal from sweden. think judas priest + maiden + kill em all metallica and you've got the general idea.
honorable mentions go to Sorcery - Arrival At Six and Slidhr - Deluge which honestly, were half disappointing.