Monthly Archive:: July 2011

Dark Descent Records Feature

Dark Descent Records Clearly one of the top U.S. labels, and metal labels overall, when you want true extreme metal you can’t go wrong with Dark Descent. These guys really go out of their way to release only the best, whether it be new or old, and they have an exceptional cassette catalog keeping them [&hellip

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Hyperborean – The Spirit of Warfare

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Rusty Pacemaker – Blackness and White Light

When it comes to the inspirations behind music, or any form of art for that matter, it often seems easy to determine the muse of the artist in question. We’ve all heard countless doom-oriented bands pledge their allegiance to the likes of Black Sabbath as expected, judging from fact that their riffs bear the same [&hellip

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Speed\Kill/Hate – Out For Blood

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Ava Inferi – Onyx

Portuguese / Norwegian metallers AVA INFERI recently finished work on their fourth album, Onyx. AVA INFERI was started by Rune Ericksen, better known as Blasphemer from Mayhem. He is cheap viagra online the guitarist and main songwriter, and has joined forces with musicians from Portugal for this project. Onyx is a haunting combination of doom [&hellip

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Eldensky – From Forgotten Pagan Realms

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Undead Creep – The Ever-Burning Torch

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Abacinate – Genesis

New Jersey based five-piece Abacinate have released their second full length Death Metal album – Genesis. It is great to listen to a technical Death metal band after such a long time with superb quality; although I do not have any precedent of hearing them. I normally compare progressive albums to the previous releases to [&hellip

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Volturyon – Coordinated Mutilation

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Enabler – Year One

It would probably be safe, for most people anyway, to assume that when a band crosses style or genre lines, blurring the boundaries of “tradition“ so to speak, it can go one of two ways: flawlessly beautiful or ridiculously laughable. For example, it has been a long-standing (almost militant) viewpoint of mine that if one [&hellip

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