Archives by: Tomislav Debelic

Tomislav Debelic

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Greetings, my name is Tomislav from Croatia and I’m into metal quite a long time. I work currently in another metal site named Metal Jacket magazine (http://metaljacketmagazine.com/) and vocalist in several bands, notably Chemical Exposure (https://www.facebook.com/chemicalexposure/) and Defiant (https://www.facebook.com/defiant.croatia/).

Tomislav Debelic Posts

Review: Porazium “Bigger the Care – Bigger the Hate”

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Spawned from many well-known Croatian bands, Porazium is born in 2018, a well versed love letter to death metal scene from the nineties. I clearly remember hearing it ...
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Review: Immolation “Acts of God” [Nuclear Blast]

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Since 1988, New York’s finest death metal majesty Immolation had granted us an impressive track record of distinctive quality albums. Very recognizable thankfully first to bands founder/guitar player ...
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Review: Needless “The Cosmic Cauldron” [UPRISING! Records]

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I still remember back in 2015 when I wrote the review for Needles’s first EP The Dark spirit of Ages, being totally blow back by the band’s atmosphere, ...
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Review: Funeral Mist “Deiform” [Norma Evangelium Diaboli]

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For those living under the rock; Funeral Mist since the late nineties released the most intense sonic works under the black metal’s darkened wings. Helmed by Mortuus (from ...
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Review: Hypocrisy “Worship” [Nuclear Blast]

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Remember when the authorities made it official that UFOs existed? Probably because they landed in Sweden in Peters backyard in Ludvika and told him to get off his ...
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Interview with Max of Smoke Rites

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Greetings and welcome to Antichrist metalzine! Considering the nature of your music I believe this is a very nice fit. Thank you very much for your time for ...
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Review: Smoke Rites “The Rite of the Smoke”

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Let’s be honest here, most of the nowadays “female fronted” metal bands are a generic, run of the mill label product riding the current wave of “Hey, let’s ...
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Review: Cryopathic Thanatology “Untold Stories of the Morgue”

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Cryopathic Thanatology is a newly formed death metal project by Karnatorh (guitars, bass & songwriting) and Ossilor (vocals) or by their own words: „A death metal project formed ...
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Smoke Rites Unleashes Their First Lyric Video

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What happens if The Devils Blood had a lustful night with Acid Bath under the gaze of the Red Goat? Smoke Rites, a newly formed occult doom metal ...
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Interview with INFERNO (Cze)

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Answers by Adramelech (vocals, lyrics) and Spící hrdlo Antikrista (concepts) Hail Adramelech, welcome back to Antichrist magazine. We have spoken before back 2017 when you released your previous ...
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Review: Inferno “PARADEIGMA (Phosphenes of Aphotic Eternity)” [Debemur Morti Productions]

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Ever since 2013 Czech Inferno has been giving us nightmares in form of their last two sonic void cacophonies named Omniabsence Filled by His Greatness from the same ...
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Review: WinterMoonShade “WinterMoonShade” [Black Spark Records]

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Country of Portugal is well known for having metal bands that does not follow the norm in traditional metal, having in mind their most famous band Moonspell everything ...
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Review: Aborym “Hostile” [Dead Seed Productions]

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It’s not easy to be an Aborym fan, for a good decade and a change, we were frequently scratching our heads ever since their Generator album from 2004. ...
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Review: Abigor “Totschläger (A Saintslayer’s Songbook)” [W.T.C. Productions]

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“When all worship is done, when all candles burned down, it’s time to claw at knife and sword again”. With 27 years of existence, Abigor stands as one ...
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Review: Torchia “The Coven” [Rockshots Records]

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Torchia, now a decade old band, had come a long way since their Finnish melodic death metal days, a style that was beaten to death and beyond with ...
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Review: MOONSPELL “The Butt3rfly Effect” (reissue) [Napalm Records]

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“… the market and the mentality of the people are changing, classic heavy metal in certain ways fading away and we are in certain ways at the end ...
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Review: Danzig “Sings Elvis” [Cleopatra, Evilive]

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Poor Elvis. Had a piece of shit manager that gambled all his money, got into shitty movies, started doing drugs, got ridiculously fat, started wearing onesies, got fatter ...
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Review: Fides Inversa “Historia Nocturna” [W.T.C. Productions]

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Despite not being the most active band on this earth, the Italian black metal outfit Fides Inversa since 2006 had giving us two very solid records (Hanc Aciem ...
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Review: Behemoth “A Forest” [New Aeon Musick]

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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: Vader “Solitude In Madness” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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As it is well known; Vader stands as one of the most active and relentless metal bands just on counting the number of releases, not to mention the ...
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