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Peter Morsellino is writer and composer based in sunny Upstate NY. Learn about his various project on Twitter @PMorsellino

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Review: Panzerkrieg 666 “Panzerkrieg 666” [Human Noise Records]

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Germany’s Panzerkrieg 666 brings us a quick EP of refreshingly straightforward black metal tracks on their debut. Hard hitting and fast with enough variation to keep both absent ...
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Review: Mantic Ritual “Heart Set Stone” [M-Theory Audio]

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Pittsburgh’s Mantic Ritual return after thirteen year absence to grace out ears with an album of classic thrash tunes. Heart Set Stone is a rather quick release of ...
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Review: Illa “The Body Keeps the Score”

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From Denmark’s Illa, come The Body Keeps the Score. While I have to admit that the group’s debut EP is not of my particular taste, it does have ...
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Review: Conteiner “Light Demolator” [Violence in the Veins]

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The mountainous northern coast of Spain brings us Conteiner, with their first full length release and their second outing since 2018’s self titled EP. Mixing together an eclectic ...
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Review: Black Altar / Vulture Lord “Deathiah Manifesto” [Odium Records]

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Black Altar and Vulture Lord come together to deliver a blistering split EP that will not disappoint long time fans of either band. Deathiah Manifesto is the blending ...
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Review: Marche Funebre “Einderlicht” [BadMoodMan Music / Hypnotic Dirge Records]

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Mixing elements like ingredients in an alchemical brew, Marche Funebre bring us a unique sound that bridges genres and emotions. A cinematic experience, Einderlicht expertly uses each of ...
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Review: Lethian Dreams “A Shadow of Memories”

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Ethereal and full of beauty, Lethian Dreams returns with their fourth release to flip expectations on their head. A surreal mix of dreamy atmosphere and tense melancholic fog, ...
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Review: Ivan “Silver Screens” [Solitude Productions]

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Toying with conceptions of reality, Silver Screens comes to us from Ivan with a mind bending take on the doom genre. That is to say “doom.” This one ...
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Review: Hellripper “The Affair Of The Poisons” [Peaceville Records]

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From the Highlands of Scotland comes Hellripper with a searing take on the early black/speed metal of yesteryear. Embodying the lo-fi production and fretboard gymnastics of that early ...
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Review: False Gods “No Symmetry… Only Disillusion” [Seeing Red Records]

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On No Symmetry… Only Dissolution, New York’s False Gods come out of the gate burning hot and refuse to let up until they are finished. A high energy ...
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Review: Elusive God “The Darkest Flame” [Solitude Productions]

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Croatian doom troupe, Elusive God, present their take on a very traditional sound with their EP, The Darkest Flame. A retro tinged romp through the dark reaches of ...
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Review: Decembre Noir “The Renaissance Of Hope” [Lifeforce Records]

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With an epic feel and spacious atmosphere, Decembre Noir craft a unique sound with their newest release, The Renaissance of Hope. Emotional depth and heavy grooves mingle together ...
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Review: Cynabare Urne “Obsidian Daggers and Cinnabar Skulls” [Helter Skelter / Regain]

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With an exciting take on the blackened death metal genre, Finland’s Cynabare Urne hit the mark on their latest release. As raw and aggressive a release as there ...
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Review: Brave The Cold “Scarcity” [Mission Two Entertainment]

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Brave the Cold produce some high energy metallic chaos on Scarcity. Mixing modern aggression with a classic thrash metal groove, Brave the Cold craft something uniquely it’s own. ...
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Review: Motörhead “Ace of Spades” 40th Anniversary Box Set [BMG]

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What more can be said about the heavy ass blues punk of Motorhead? It’s a classic sound, fully entwined in the fabric of metal music. Ace of Spades ...
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Review: Athon “Athon” [Argonauta Records]

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Italy’s Athon impress with a stunning debut of their take on the stoner doom genre. Right out of the gate, you can tell this band is up to ...
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Review: WITCHRIDER “Electrical Storm” [Fuzzorama Records]

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Combining a classic desert rock sound with alternative and post grunge influences, Witchrider wave their flag high. These guys are the future of the desert rock genre, ready ...
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Review: SUBTERRAEN “Rotten Human Kingdom” [Transcending Obscurity Records]

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From the opening minutes of Rotten Human Kingdom, Subterraen hook listeners with their unique brand of depressive psychedelia. A hypnotic blend of crunch and atmosphere fills the air, ...
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Review: Psychosomatic “The Invisble Prison” [Nefarious Industries]

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A crossover thrash attack like no other assaults your senses on the Invisible Prison, the latest venture from Sacramento veterans Psychosomatic. With all of the thrills and frills ...
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Review: Necrot “Mortal” [Tankcrimes]

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Oakland California’s Necrot returns with a powerful monument to brutality in Mortal. A blisteringly violent death metal album as ever there was one, Necrot takes the genre to ...
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