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Rakib Khan
I have been listenting to all kinds of metal and rock music for more than 14 years now. Besides music I am also interested in fantasy & sci-fi books, comics, mangas, rpgs and fighting games. I have been writing about these for almost four years on my blog now. In my other life I work as a physician for the government in Bangladesh and am quite grumpy.

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Review: Necroart “Caino” [The Goatmancer records]

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It is quite hard to put a genre label on Necroart. While their black metal influences are quite clearly palpable with their atmosphere and tortured vocals, the melo-death ...
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Review: Athrox “Through the Mirror” [Revalve records]

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Thrash is a genre that is rather tricky. It is rather rigid with its structure, and it is quite hard to do unique things with its scope after ...
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Review: Walls of Babylon “A Portrait of Memories” [Revalve records]

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Sticking to a formula can be a bit tricky at times, and more so when your emphasis on following the formula makes you forget to add something that ...
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Review: Altar of Perversion “Intra Naos” [The Ajna Offensive / Norma Evangelium Diaboli]

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Altar of Perversion has been around for more than 20 years as a band. Their first one came out in 2001, which got a few critically acclaimed reviews ...
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Review: Lords Of Black “Icons Of The New Days” [Frontiers Music s.r.l.]

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For me the most powerful aspect of any album is its replay value. And any album which I come back to even after three months of my first ...
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Review: Novareign “Legends” [M-Theory Audio]

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I may be among the minority when I say that I wasn’t overly impressed by Legends from Novareign. While the musicianship isn’t particularly lacking anything, the overly lengthy ...
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Review: GRAVESHADOW – Ambition’s Price

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GRAVESHADOW Ambition’s Price M-Theory Audio To label Graveshadow‘s music just as Symphonic Metal is indeed a grave injustice to the band. Graveshadow has various bits of many genres ...
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Review: SELF-HATRED “Hlubiny”

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SELF-HATRED Hlubiny Solitude productions To be honest, I haven’t really listened to much ‘Death/doom’ despite being a fan of early Katatonia. My interest in the other extreme genres ...
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Review: Ritual Necromancy “Disinterred Horror”

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Ritual Necromancy Disinterred Horror Dark Descent Records Well, metal has always had some mixed results while sticking to the traditional mold. Often there are records that follow an ...
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