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Melchiah
Theatrical critic, composer and vocalist.

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Review: Vhorthax “Nether Darkness”

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How many bands can you name, which are exploring not the extremely dark matters, but the darkness itself in its primordial and chthonic understanding? These monstrous creepy forms ...
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Review: Labyrinth Entrance “Monumental Bitterness”

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Black Metal loved in Poland, and it’s not about fulfillments of such monsters like Behemoth or Devilish Impressions. Catholic state is the place for this style. An alternative ...
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Review: Shrine Of The Serpent/Black Urn Split

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Doom/Death Metal. There is a lot in these words’ combinations. The bands, inspired by Candlemass, Black Sabbath and Thergothrone suddenly decide that viscous, depressing music needs some extreme ...
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Review: Beastiality “Worshippers of Unearthly Perversions”

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A tendency for comeback to the roots in cultural space is very inherent for nowadays. It can be seen in the movies by nonstop classic remakes and 90’s ...
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Review: Deathcrush “Hell”

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Death metal is quite discrepant genre. Nowadays members of famous bands unite for death metal formations and start to play classical Florid death. For example: Bloodbath (members of ...
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Review: Cloak “To Venomous Depth”

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What are the ingredients of a good black metal album? It’s an ideological basis from the hate to human being, streaming guitar riffs; solid and precise rhythm-section and ...
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