Monthly Archive:: November 2010

Immolation / Vader / Abigail Williams / Lecherous Nocturne / Heavy Lies The Crown / Umbilical Chain

Immolation, Vader, Abigail Williams, Lecherous Nocturne, Heavy Lies The Crown, Umbilical Chain October 27, 2010 The Emerson Theater Indianapolis, Indiana The air was thick with anticipation of what would undoubtedly be an over-the-horn-raising-top display of musical extremities within the walls of the Emerson Theater. The evening’s line-up ran the full spectrum of black/death ferocity. For [&hellip

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Lecherous Nocturne

South Carolinian death metal assassins Lecherous Nocturne have been constructing their own deadly brand of blackened, no-prisoners chaos for over a decade now. The band recently completed a devastating tour with the legendary Immolation and Vader, laying merciless waste to the crowds at every stop. Forbidden Magazine caught up with vocalist Jason Hohenstein shortly after [&hellip

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Extirpation – Tormentor Supreme Black Katharsis

Spanish war-monger, I. Skullcrushed, washes the blood off his hands with napalm. Actually, scratch that, he doesn’t wash the blood off at all. Tormentor Supreme Black Katharsis, the debut full length from one-man cult Extripation, with its endless storm of gunfire drums and gut-wrenching vocals, shows no mercy to the weak or the wise… Within seconds of [&hellip

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The Secret – Solve et Coagula

Solve et Coagula (latin) – meaning, in essence, “separate and join together.” Birthed from the seaport confines of Trieste, Italy in 2003, The Secret is comprised of four guys that proudly take the concept of melody and stomp it into the ground, only to replace it with their apparent, unabashed adoration for absolute pandemonium. Negativity [&hellip

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Impetigo – Defiling the Stage

Impetigo! What is there to say about them that hasn’t been said before? — they were truly one of the most influential and respected bands in death metal and goregrind. Their instantly recognizable sound combined both primitive 80’s death metal and early grindcore — and they made it sicker, filthier and deadlier than before! Frontman [&hellip

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Black Trolls Over Europe

17-10-2010 – Baroeg, Rotterdam (The Netherlands) On this Sunday, the Baroeg in Rotterdam got filled up with trolls from several countries. The Black Trolls over Europe brought us the following bands: Dyrathor,Heathen Foray, Nomans Land, Adorned Brood, Negura Bunget and Black Messiah. There weren’t that many people present. The gig was on a Sunday, and the public transport near this venue [&hellip

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Kylesa – Spiral Shadow

Unfolding from the horizon of Savannah, Georgia in 2001, and roughly borrowing their name in part from the concept of “kilesa mara” (the Buddhist term for demons of defilement), psychedelic metal quintet Kylesa have never given much thought toward any sort of genre classification. In all actuality, slapping any lone label on the band’s sound [&hellip

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Earthride – Something Wicked

Formed in 2000 from the hallowed ashes of raspy-throated vocalist Dave Sherman’s previous band, Spirit Caravan, Maryland’s four-headed, flame-snorting pure doom monster, Earthride gallops into today’s casualty-ridden heavy metal battlefield with a tattered Rock n’ Roll banner billowing through the blades, blood and smoke of the underground. Their past collaborations have involved the likes of [&hellip

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the Forbidden Underground

I recently spoke with MetalcastShow.com about Forbidden Magazine and A Transylvanian Funeral and was included on their recent podcast with Immolith, Hexentomb, Illapa and other great Black Metal cults… INTERVIEW: http://www.metalcastshow.com/the-forbidden-underground-ep-179/ PODCAST: http://www.metalcastshow.com/episode-179-underground-black-metal

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Krieg

12 QUESTIONS FOR KRIEG Krieg has remained a “riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma” for the better part of two decades now. Wayward and eccentric and having conquered several challenges and hardships over the years, the brainchild of one Imperial has come and gone, promised to be gone, came again, and just won’t [&hellip

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