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I’ve been listening to Metal for a couple years now and it’s one of my favorite passions, as well as collecting CDs, Vinyl, and tapes. I also enjoy animated shows and partake in drawing as a hobby.

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Review: Lawrence Wallace “Journey Through Time” [Blasphemous Creations of Hell Records]

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Ah, Shred, yet another arpeggio sweeping genre that I am criminally illiterate in. Barring the flirtations I’ve had with Bob Katsionis’, Lawrence Wallace is one of the only ...
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Review: Snailmageddon “Swansong for a Snail”

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Snailmageddon’s ‘Swansong for a Snail’ may just be the greatest album centered around snails ever created. Now that I’ve gotten the obligatory and insincere snail metal joke out ...
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Review: Xenolith “Obscure Reflections” [Careless Records]

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Getting into the more obscure branches and scenes of death metal appears to me as a bit challenging. A genre as specific as progressive death metal, to me, ...
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Review: The Body “I’ve Seen All I Need to See” [Thrill Jockey Records]

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The Body is a band that I have been enjoying since their 2018 album “I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer”. Though I haven’t had ...
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Review: Urkraft “Urkraft” [Narcoleptica Productions]

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Permeating in the dark fog, under the full moonlight of the Norwegian sky arises the black metal, one-man band known as ‘Urkraft’. Fronted by one Andreas Wærholm, ‘Urkraft’ ...
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Review: Revolting “Dreadful Pleasures” [Careless Records]

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Horror metal messenger, Rogga Johansson never seems to stop does he? Out of every musician in the death metal genre, little come to be as prolific as Rogga, ...
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Review: Multi-Memory Controller “Mmc1: Power Up the Chips”

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Electronic Metal. A genre so underutilized and overshadowed by its industrial counterpart, that it’s almost surprising to see at least one or two great albums per year. Not ...
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Review: Elffor “Age of Blackness” [GS Productions]

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Elffor is a fantastic band that I have neglected for far too long. I purchased the re-recorded version of ‘Son of the Shades’ in 2017 and was perpetually ...
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Review: Keys of Orthanc “Unfinished Conquests” [Naturmacht Productions]

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Keys of Orthanc have released quite a peculiar album, all things considered. The band has a had a steady output of yearly music since their inception in 2018 ...
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Review: Needful Things “Deception” [Give Praise records]

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Needful Things is one of those bands where an introduction is difficult to formulate. We’re at a level of underground that’s simultaneously entertaining yet devoid of any superb ...
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Review: ALESTORM “Curse of the Crystal Coconut” [Napalm Records]

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To say that I was anticipating this album would be an understatement. Almost three years to the date since their last album, coinciding with my discovery and enjoyment ...
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Review: GUT “Disciples Of Smut” [Splatter Zombie Records]

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Gut is back everyone, and even more dirty and disgusting than ever. With their newest material prior to this album being 10 years old and their last album ...
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Review: Witch Taint “Sons of Midwestern Darkness” [Tee Pee Records]

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After the yawn-inducing year of 2019, I was looking towards 2020 to deliver more quality albums than its vapid predecessor. Not only has 2020 delivered (so far), but ...
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Review: Vaar “As Dusk Fell”

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Emerging from the dark woods of Washington comes Vaar and their short, but sweet 15-minute EP, aptly titled As Dusk Fell. With only 3 tracks, Vaar offers two ...
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Review: Wrekmeister Harmonies “We Love to Look at the Carnage” [Thrill Jockey Records]

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An album that takes you on a journey is an album worth appreciating, and Wrekmeister Harmonies’ latest full length is no exception. It’s a bizarre journey at that ...
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Review: Nordligblåst “Light That Is Called Darkness” [Careless Records / Death Kvlt Productions]

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When it takes you several times to start an album, you know it isn’t going to be great. That sage wisdom of course isn’t universal but most of ...
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Review: Mad God “Grotesque and Inexorable” [Narcoleptica Productions / Red Handed Records]

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Gather round ‘ye children of the night and feast your eyes upon the freshly mulched mound of horror! Though the ghastly month of October has passed (unceremoniously) a ...
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Review: Faustus “Lipsia” [Careless Records]

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To me, raw black metal seems like the real deal. Raw sound, raw emotion, raw… rawness. Of course, there are bands that laze around all day just screeching ...
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Review: Herrschaft “Le Festin Du Lion” [Noires Productions]

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To see a genre so woefully unpopular truly invokes a sense of appreciation. This isn’t to suggest that an unpopular genre is objectively or even subjectively lacking positive ...
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Review: Circle Of Witches “Natural Born Sinners” [Sliptrick records]

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Ascending from Italy, Circle of Witches deliver their third full-length album, Natural Born Sinners. Clocking in at around 48 minutes, this album is chocked full of heavy metal ...
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