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Ilona Adhlactha
I am into metal music from the school times, started from traditional genres, and now exploring the experimental scene. I'm also interested in modern architecture and contemporary art.

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Review: CONSTELLATIA “The Language of Limbs” [Season of Mist]

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The label Season of Mist this year has decided to re-release the album “The Language of Limbs” of South-African band Constellatia (the independent German label Isolation released it ...
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Review: FAIRYLAND “Osyrhianta” [Massacre Records]

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The band Fairyland has existed for more than twenty years (considering the years under the names Fantasy and Fantasia), but this year the band have released only its ...
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Review: KULT MOGIŁ “Torn Away the Remains of Dasein” [Pagan Records]

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The young Polish death metal band Kult Mogił released their second album “Torn Away the Remains of Dasein” on the local label Pagan Records, and this time it ...
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Review: VERIKALPA “Tuoppitanssi” [Scarlet Records]

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The Finnish folk band Verikalpa released their second album “Tuoppitanssi” on Scarlet Records this February (the first album was released on Inverse Records). Despite that Verikalpa exists for ...
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Review: TRISTWOOD “Blackcrowned Majesty”

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The band Tristwood is well-known to fans of experimental music for almost 20 years, it’s not as if they were on the front lines of the industrial black ...
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Review: Pagan (Tur) “Rehearsal Tape ’19” [Saturnal]

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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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Review: Oranssi Pazuzu “Mestarin kynsi” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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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: Isle of the Cross “Excelsis” [Rockshots Records]

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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: Tetractys “Solstice”

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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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Review: Godthrymm “Reflections” [Profound Lore Records]

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The new band from Yorkshire Godthrymm isn’t an inexperienced bunch of young musicians; every one of them has already got the name in bands like My Dying Bride, ...
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Review: AZURE EMOTE “The Third Perspective” [Selfmadegod Records]

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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]

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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]

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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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