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Yade Malice
I’ve been listening to Metal for a couple years now and it’s one of my favorite passions, as well as collecting CDs, Vinyl, and tapes. I also enjoy animated shows and partake in drawing as a hobby.

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Review: Wrekmeister Harmonies “We Love to Look at the Carnage” [Thrill Jockey Records]

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An album that takes you on a journey is an album worth appreciating, and Wrekmeister Harmonies’ latest full length is no exception. It’s a bizarre journey at that ...
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Review: Nordligblåst “Light That Is Called Darkness” [Careless Records / Death Kvlt Productions]

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When it takes you several times to start an album, you know it isn’t going to be great. That sage wisdom of course isn’t universal but most of ...
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Review: Mad God “Grotesque and Inexorable” [Narcoleptica Productions / Red Handed Records]

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Gather round ‘ye children of the night and feast your eyes upon the freshly mulched mound of horror! Though the ghastly month of October has passed (unceremoniously) a ...
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Review: Faustus “Lipsia” [Careless Records]

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To me, raw black metal seems like the real deal. Raw sound, raw emotion, raw… rawness. Of course, there are bands that laze around all day just screeching ...
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Review: Herrschaft “Le Festin Du Lion” [Noires Productions]

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To see a genre so woefully unpopular truly invokes a sense of appreciation. This isn’t to suggest that an unpopular genre is objectively or even subjectively lacking positive ...
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Review: Circle Of Witches “Natural Born Sinners” [Sliptrick records]

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Ascending from Italy, Circle of Witches deliver their third full-length album, Natural Born Sinners. Clocking in at around 48 minutes, this album is chocked full of heavy metal ...
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Review: Zatemno “In The Noose” [Aesthetic Death]

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For all intents and purposes, I will be using transliterations and translations of the band and track titles, as I do not have access to Russian characters, nor ...
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Review: REAPER-X “Rise” [Sliptrick records]

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From the United Kingdom, comes the freshman album of thrash metal/metalcore band Reaper-X, entitled Rise. Released via Sliptrick records, Rise serves as a firm introduction to the bands ...
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Review: Germ Bomb “Gist Sucked Out” [Metal Race]

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It’s very seldom a situation in which I find myself disliking an album upon revisiting it. Of course, upon reevaluation of any media, you can find positive and ...
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Review: Dezaztre Natural “Asfixia” [Australis records]

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When reviewing music, there are very few times when an album leaves me stumped with which I cannot find much to say. I find this issue common as ...
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Review: Obskkvlt “Blackarhats” [Nooirax Producciones]

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Death metal is a genre that in recent years, I have not been keeping up with very much, in the sense that I follow the scene, or anticipate ...
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Review: Urza “The Omnipresence Of Loss” [Solitude Productions]

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You are now falling into deep void of sleep and despair, the atmosphere crushing in pressure, reminiscent of anesthesia and unconsciousness. What does this have to do with ...
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Review: Hiss From The Moat “The Harrier” [M-Theory Audio]

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When it comes to metal, no genre goes unnoticed by me, at least I’d like to think so. Even genres like the “core” subgenres, while not the most ...
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