Archives by: Ollie Assault

Ollie Assault

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Long-time Metalhead and singer in underground bands like TERRAVOID and PHIDION. I’m also making artworks occasionally.

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Review: Abstrakt Algebra- Abstrakt Algebra (Megarock Records)

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When Candlemass split up in the early 90s bass player and main man Leif Edling felt that he was far from finished with the music, so he put ...
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Review: Communic ”Hiding From The World” [AFM Records]

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Three years after Where Echoes Gather, the Norwegians return with their sixth album. I wasn’t having high hopes on this one as the two previous albums felt rather ...
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Review: Thy Catafalque “Vadak” [Season of Mist]

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Tamás Kátai has created the very essence of modern Avant Garde Metal with his Thy Catafalque. At one hand it is so otherworldly and hard to define that ...
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Review: Pestilence “Exitivm” [Agonia Records]

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The cult classic masters of Progressive Death Metal are at it again. Three years ago the album Hadeon infected the soundwaves and brought the band back to the ...
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Review: Terra Odium “Ne Plus Ultra” [Frontiers Music]

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The story of Terra Odium starts way back in 1985 with the Norwegian Prog Metal band Manitou. After releasing a few demos and a full length album a ...
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Review: Cryptosis ”Bionic Swarm” (Century Media Records)

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Cryptosis from the Netherlands started out in 2013 as the old school Thrash outfit Distillator. After releasing two albums they noticed a huge advancement in their musical skills ...
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Review: Code “Flyblown Prince” [Dark Essence Records]

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One thing I find really amusing with this Progressive Black Metal outfit from London is how they manage to change their sound for each album without losing their ...
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