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Review: Khazad-dûm “Hymns from the Deep” [I Hate]

Slow and menacing riffs with horrendous vocals is something that I can easily get behind. Dropping the frequency to the depth of funeral doom is definitely treading new ...
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Review: Night Crowned “Impius Viam” [Noble Demon]

The words “Göteborg” and “Death Metal” placed in one sentence, warming hearts of every metalhead (dark hearts, of course). Dark Tranquillity, At The Gates, In Flames and many ...
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Review: Kawir “Adrasteia” [Iron Bonehead]

When a band like Kawir has been consistently producing music since 1993 (this being their eighth full-length release in that time, amidst innumerable EPs, compilation appearances and splits, ...
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Review: Nordligblåst “Light That Is Called Darkness” [Careless Records / Death Kvlt Productions]

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: Raspberry Bulbs “Before The Age Of Mirrors” [Relapse Records]

When a band states that plays Punk/Black Metal, it sounds great: aggression, misanthropy, nonconformity and nihilism, which sometimes are carefully hidden inside, break out in a music form. ...
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Review: Hex A.D. “Astro Tongue in the Electric Garden” [Fresh Tea Records]

Which music Norway is usually associated with? Black Metal, of course! Probably Viking Metal to a lesser extent. But obviously there are always some exceptions: for decade Hex ...
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Review: Ozzy Osbourne “Ordinary Man” [Sony Music]

Last years’ show that rumors about Ozzy Osbourne‘s immortality were highly exaggerated: firstly he almost died from staphylococcus infection, then he cancelled his tour because of pneumonia exacerbation ...
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Review: Psycroptic “As the Kingdom Drowns” [Prosthetic Records]

I remember it like it was yesterday, “The Isle of Disenchantment” had just released, taking the extreme metal community by storm. Here was a band all the way ...
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Review: Demons & Wizards “III” [Century Media Records]

Despite its bright and monumentality, Demons & Wizards, Hansi Kürsch (Blind Guardian) and Jon Schaffer (Iced Earth) side project has a quite poor discography, which contains only two ...
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Review: On Thorns I Lay “Threnos” [LifeForce Records]

The history of Greek Doom/Death band On Thorns I Lay is very similar to another UK Doom Metal band’s story: ups and downs, many years of silence and ...
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Review: Annihilator ”Ballistic, Sadistic” [Silver Lining Music]

Knight Jumps Queen, If You Know What I Mean… Jeff Waters doesn’t need too much of an introduction to those who feel home within the realm of thrash ...
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Review: Kvelertak “Splid” [Rise Records]

Since 2007 when Kvelertak was formed, it gained a lot of attention almost immediately. Well, show me a metalhead, who can be indifferent when he listens to such ...
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Review: Neurosphere “Anthem of the Lost (Part I – Nightwards)” [Revalve Records]

Anthem of the lost is a catchy piece of music, that takes inspiration from melodic death metal, and explores other genres to create a nice mix of melody ...
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