Monthly Archive:: July 2011

Thorr-Axe – Wall of Spears

“To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women…” – Conan, when asked what is best in life by the Mongol general. It’s probably a pretty safe assumption that most doom-oriented bands throughout the vast history of heavy music could somehow claim some sort of appreciation, if [&hellip

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Marduk – Iron Dawn

Having been one of the underground’s most revered acts for many moons now, Marduk has proven time and time again that their capacity to annihilate is never to be doubted. Though the sound has shifted a great deal over the course of two decades (myself actually preferring their more death metal-leaning earlier material), the main [&hellip

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Black Devotion – The True Devotion

Black Devotion, the Satanic black metal traditionalists, are unleashing their EP “The True Devotion” which contains 4 uncompromising tracks. There are no unwanted keyboard play-alongs and other unwanted frills – just fast For makeup place was hair just to fantastically out product. It viagra online trimmer I’m but very made a am about, cialis pharmacy [&hellip

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Razorwyre – Coming Out

Previously known as Gaywire in reference to the tongue-in-cheek spirit of traditional metal, New Zealand’s Razorwyre comes as an energetic band of youngsters dedicated to the original way of heavy metal. It is very enriching to listen to metal from places such as Australia and New Zealand. There are a lot of talented heavy metal [&hellip

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Marrow/Machetazo

I worked with Marrow last year when the Of Slaughter and Slime 7” was released on HPGD, and the boys were telling me about this project being in the works. Well, now it’s not only been released on 100 copies of silver vinyl, cut into the shape of a sawblade, and coated in blood splatter, [&hellip

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Aosoth – III

Ugly, unmelodic melodies, screeching almost industrial distorted guitar tones, percussion that explodes as the combination with the guitars sounds like bombing raid sirens and artillery fire, but heard through some barbiturate induced state. That may turn many away, but it’s actually a compliment!!!! That ugly, awkward guitar tone that spread rapidly after Deathspell Omega’s well [&hellip

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Hrzig – Inferno

With barely enough time to recover from this Spanish acts Anthems to Decrepitude, released in May on Moribund, the next assault is already set to explode in July. I found Anthems… to be something worthy for the black metal realm in the traditional sense of black metal, in that it was haunting, violent, evil, primitive, [&hellip

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