Sorry for the late response to this thread. Well, I am in the process of listening to these as I type this reply (I already know Terrorizer though, yes. Good band anyway. They actually did a split demo with Nausea, which is worth hearing).
Self Hate is a name I haven't heard before, but they sound great. I like this even though it's kinda not what I was looking for (still, reminds me A LOT A LOT A LOT of Agathocles, which is a good thing as far as I'm concerned, so I can't complain).
BAJ I haven't listened to until now... The songs itself kinda makes me think of Nausea, even if the production is a bit modern... It's at least pretty sluggish in terms of pace, though. Not really what I'm after, but it's still enjoyable.
Massgrave is a name I've heard countless times but never looked into. This is really cool sounding. I like it a lot. Reminds me very much of Totalitar, only a good bit slower than them. Seems like something I'd definitely like to hear more of, even if the production's not as dark/soft/muted/"old" sounding as Nausea's early releases.
Cause For Effect could be perfect if they filled it out with some guitar and ran that through a tape deck, haha. It could definitely pass for "almost ambient" with the clean bass and very basic production, which is nice. I could see myself looking into them some more.
Le Scrawl is another name I never checked out, despite hearing it associated with so much other stuff I like... This is really nice for the clean bass. Overall, the production's pretty ideal. I'm not really interested in the Naked City-esque musical breaks, though. Still, the Grindy parts sound really good to me. I like the production anyway. It's not as dark or hazy, but it's still pleasant regardless. I suppose the guitars could be "darker", though, if I am gonna be picky about it.
Blood... Blood Blood Blood. I have always found it difficult to search for their music. It's perhaps too fast for what I want, but it still sounds pretty cool, and it has a nice murky (albeit harshly distorted) sound, and I'm glad to say I finally know what they sound like, and could definitely see myself listening to them more as well. The part beginning at around 4:25 is the perfect BPM range, actually.
So, in short, I like pretty much everything suggested (including Le Scawl, even though I wasn't in love with the musical segments), so thanks a lot to all for the suggestions. Definitely going to be checking out several of these bands further.
Disgrace to the corpse of Metal Archives!