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Review: Pagan (Tur) “Rehearsal Tape ’19” [Saturnal]

The music label Saturnal have decided to release the rehearsal of Turks Pagan, which they have already released digitally by themselves year ago (and they’ve got a contract ...
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Classic Review: Candlemass “Epicus Doomicus Metallicus” [Black Dragon Records]

Few bands have impacted the metal scene in such way as Candlemass did with this behemoth of an album. 1986 was the year, Sweden was the country and ...
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Review: BPMD “American Made” [Napalm Records]

When famous legendary musicians record a cover album, it is always no less than wandering. All the more in case of new super group (or rather project) BPMD, ...
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Review: Sodomisery “The Great Demise” [Testimony Records]

We’ve all become pretty familiar with majestic melodeath bands from Sweden over the last two or three decades. The birthplace of In Flames, Arch Enemy and At The ...
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Review: NO RAZA “Transcending Material Sins” [Noble Demon]

Transcending Material Sins is made of interesting ideas and not always great execution. This is another of these albums I didn’t find all that great. But instead of ...
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Review: Oranssi Pazuzu “Mestarin kynsi” [Nuclear Blast Records]

Oranssi Pazuzu from Finland is one of the iconic bands on experimental black metal scene, despite the fact, that the band exists only for 13 years. But in ...
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Review: Ola Englund ”The Sun and the Moon” (single) [Independent release]

Ola Englund made his first perceptible steps into the metal spotlight when he joined the ranks of two rather big, yet infamous bands – Six Feet Under and ...
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Review: Isle of the Cross “Excelsis” [Rockshots Records]

The mysterious band from USA Isle Of The Cross, named after Herman Melville’s unpublished book, released the debut album this year, which barely falls within the scope of ...
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Review: Behemoth “A Forest” [New Aeon Musick]

Behemoth came a long way since their primitive pagan black metal roots back in the 1991, but as we all know their music alongside their popularity had evolved ...
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Review: Chaos Over Cosmos “The Ultimate Multiverse” [Narcoleptica Productions]

I guess it would be very trivial to say that modern underground is not what it was years before. Everyone who has a computer nowadays can create music, ...
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Review: Moonlight Haze “Lunaris” [Scarlet Records]

Italian Symphonic Power Metal band Moonlight Haze was formed not a long time y, in 2018, yet already next year their debut album De Rerum Natura was released. ...
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Review: Tetractys “Solstice”

The Chilean progressive metal band Tetractys released their third album “Solstice” in April 2020, with the regular gap of two years. This music isn’t experimental or innovative (despite ...
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Classic review: Possessed “Seven Churches” [Combat Records]

Well folks, a classic album that tons/many people have reviewed, a corner stone, an untouchable milestone in the history of extreme metal that few dares to criticize and many ...
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