The Nepalese Temple Ball is on of them, playing a loud, harsh and relentless version of post-metal. The band hails from Bournemouth, England and was founded only a few months ago. Yet, this debut shows a seasoned sounding band, so these guys must be quite experienced. Members come from bands like Strangle Wank and Light Bearer, so I guess the noise-making is quite normal to these guys.
I love how the album begins. Repetitive riffs and awesome drums function as a sort of an intro and bring back some martial industrial references. However, not long after that awesomeness, the band blasts out in a frenzy of noise-sludge with dissonant guitars, pounding drums and fierce screams in perfect post-hardcore tradition. The 'post' tag seems to be quite important since there's a lot of it to be found here.
Other bands that come to mind are definitely Godflesh and Neurosis and the sheer violence from bands like AmenRa or Eyehategod often appears as well. Needless to say that this is an intense piece of work, hypnotic, repetitive, hammering and crushing. Highlights are songs like 'Gas Bird' and the brutal noise slab 'Desert Baron'. So if you like your music to grab you by your hairy testicles and drag you down into eternal despair: buy this.