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Sophie Laliberté
Loves words and music. When not writing or reading reviews, she’s writing horror stories where music plays a part.

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Review: Amoriello “Dear Dark” [Sliptrick records]

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Here is one confused and confusing EP. This is the kind of record where a wild bunch of different ideas are all thrown one after the other and ...
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Interview with Baest

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Let’s start with the title. What does «Necro Sapiens» means to you? It’s a character, or rather several characters from our concept-album. Our album is a dystopia story, ...
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Review: Baest “Necro Sapiens” [Century Media Records]

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Here is a nice, gory, horror-themed death metal album. Expect a lot of heaviness, brutal themes and a lot of evil fun. First, you have a strange, haunting ...
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Review: Harakiri For The Sky “Mære” [AOP Records]

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Let’s explore these melancholic and atmospheric ballads by a cold, sad day of winter. For this is the best way to describe the overall feel of the album. ...
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Interview with Harakiri For The Sky

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Let’s talk about your new album. I’ve seen that some of the songs have been released on your Youtube channel, but not every one of them. Has the ...
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Interview with Guillermo of Angelus Apatrida

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So, what inspired you to write this album? We started writing this album during the first lockdown last year. I would say our most powerful inspiration for this ...
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Review: Angelus Apatrida “Angelus Apatrida” [Century Media Records]

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I am definitely convinced that right now is a really good time for apocalyptic-themed thrash metal. I also think this album is among the best examples of that ...
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Review: Pulse “Adjusting The Space” [NRT-Records]

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Let’s watch some alien invasions and some crazy scientific experiences, in this wild and fun mix of cyberpunk and metal. This is truly both industrial and metal: every ...
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Review: Deeds Of Flesh “Nucleus” [Unique Leader]

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Nucleus is a project unlike any other: a multi-collaboration sci fi-themed death metal album about humans joining forces to fight an alien virus. Expect some epic sci fi ...
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Review: Metalriff “Under My Skin” [Australis records]

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Let’s have some thrash/power metal adventures, with this nice, energetic and fun album. This one really has a really wild energy that never disappears and never disappoints. You ...
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Review: Hell:on “Scythian Stamm” [Hell Serpent Music]

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This is a pretty decent death/thrash album that has some potentially good ideas, but is not quite great yet. The album starts off pretty well, with the explosive ...
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Review: Evil Incarnate “Depopulation Agenda” [Bestial Burst]

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Ready for some evil and angry death metal? Because this is what this album is all about. It’s a really fun piece of simply angry and really heavy ...
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Review: Sólstafir “Endless Twilight of Codependent Love” [Season of Mist]

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This is a nice trip through emotions and musical styles and moods. Listen as the songs flow and just let all your emotions out. This is kind of ...
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Review: GATECLOSER “From The Wasteland” [Sliptrick records]

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Let’s have some adventures in the wasteland. We’ll travel in the company of this very interesting new band and all their stories. From the intro, you know that ...
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Review: Black Sun Brotherhood “God & Beast” [Metal Blast Records]

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How about some occult and evil blackened thrash? With some heavy riffs, weird vocals and satanic rituals? There is a definite heaviness and evil atmosphere in this album. ...
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Review: Draconian “Under A Godless Veil” [Napalm Records]

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Get ready for some magic and despair, never-ending melancholy, haunting music, sweet singing and desperate screams, because this is what this album sounds like. Draconian play the slow, ...
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Review: Vermocracy “s/t”

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Let’s have another apocalyptic thrashy death metal album, I guess? This is a nice, but not always great collection of melodic death metal tracks, with some nice energy ...
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Review: Harmonize “Warrior in the Night”

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This is an interestingly darker take on power metal. You get all the nice power metal ingredients, like the fast riffs, belting vocals and epic lyrical themes, but ...
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Review: Enslaved “Utgard” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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Utgard is a wonderful collection of black metal and folk songs. Enslaved’s creativity, their talent at mixing different genres together and making truly memorable tracks, are as strong ...
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Review: Draghkar “At The Crossroads Of Infinity” [Unspeakable Axe Records]

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This is some death metal, mixed with other styles, that feels like a real trip through death and the afterlife. It’s kind of overwhelming, but a lot of ...
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