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Review: OZ “Forced Commandments” [Massacre Records]

Talking about Scandinavian heavy Metal, the first name that springs to mind is Hammerfall, of course. Europe can be also categorized as Heavy Metal bend with some reservations, ...
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Review: Witnesses “Doom II”

NYC based experimental metal project Witnesses crafts a stunningly beautiful piece of music on newest release, Doom II. An emotionally resonate affair that infuses a slowed down doom ...
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Review: AZURE EMOTE “The Third Perspective” [Selfmadegod Records]

The brainchild of Mike Hrubovcak Azure Emote released his third album “The Third Perspective” in 2020, once again presenting open-mindedness and original vision on music. And here Azure ...
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Review: From the Vastland “The Haft Khan” [Iron, Blood and Death Corporation / Satanath Records]

From the Vastland is one of the most popular black metal bands from Iran (with Aras and Nazhand). They grew famous after the “Blackhearts” documentary, where their founder ...
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Review: Mazikeen “The Solace of Death” [Iron, Blood and Death Corporation / Satanath Records]

Andrew Shell’s band Mazikeen from Australia has started to release singles three years ago, and now the first full-length album is presented in 2020. In the beginning they ...
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Review: WITCHES “The Fates” [Mighty Spells Records]

Witches continue on in their tradition of pure death metal madness with new album, The Fates. A roaring assault of beats and riffs that will spin heads with ...
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Review: The Hallowed Catharsis “Killowner” [Lacerated Enemy Records]

The technical death metal genre is known to be a decisive one when it comes to the fans. Some believe that it is a soulless mash, while others ...
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Review: DEATH COURIER “Necrotic Verses” [Transcending Obscurity Records]

With an eardrum rupturing sonic assault, Greece’s Death Courier puts together a solid collection of Death Metal tracks that are sure to delight the fans. A well put ...
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Review: Blaze of Sorrow “Absentia” [Eisenwald]

The Italian atmospheric black metal project, Blaze of Sorrow, is aptly named. The ‘blaze’ of venomous percussion that underscores their latest record, Absentia, recalls the classic heavy metal ...
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Review: GUT “Disciples Of Smut” [Splatter Zombie Records]

Gut is back everyone, and even more dirty and disgusting than ever. With their newest material prior to this album being 10 years old and their last album ...
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Review: Acârash “Descend to Purity” [Dark Essence Records]

Acârash unleash their electric blend of styles upon an unsuspecting world once again with their newest release, Descend to Purity. With one foot firmly immersed in the murky ...
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Review: Titaan “Itima” [ATMF]

The second album of mysterious band Titaan “Itima” turned out to be more complex and holistic in comparison with their rambling and disharmonic debut album “Kadingir”. But even ...
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Review: THY CATAFALQUE “Naiv” [Season of Mist]

Thy Catafalque is one of the bands on extreme avant-garde scene, which needs no introduction. Tamás Kátai’s Hungarian creation Thy Catafalque survived not only a reduction to one-man ...
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