Monthly Archive:: January 2012

Hunters – From Birth To Soil

In movies, books, artwork, and general folklore, the prehistoric woolly mammoth has, throughout history, often been portrayed as a gigantic, lumbering peacefully-minded juggernaut that will, however, put any would-be predator and/or dipshit, Neanderthal asshole square in their place if the elephant-like giant felt at all threatened. I’m guessing that being stomped into the tundra by [&hellip

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Drudkh – Eternal Turn Of The Wheel

Ukraine’s Black Metal bandits Drudkh have returned with their 9th full length album Eternal Turn Of The Wheel. Six tracks with a total run time just over 37 minutes the album is a return to form for Drudkh and a great start to the black metal releases of 2012. After having mixed reviews on their [&hellip

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Terrorizer – Hordes of Zombies

Terrorizer has returned after a six year hiatus with 14 tracks that make up the album Hordes of Zombies. The band is well known for their debut album World Downfall that became a classic-must-have album for anyone into grindcore/death metal. In 2005 the band reformed and made the stagnant Darker Days Ahead album then went [&hellip

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Entrails

Formed in what many refer to as the death metal heyday in the early 1990’s, old school-minded Swedish death crew, Entrails, embraced the ravenous ways of the genre’s most notable contributors. Not long after their inception, the band lay dormant from the mid-nineties until just a few years ago, when the beast was resurrected to [&hellip

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Hazzard’s Cure

I don’t remember what song I first heard from your S/T debut, but I knew immediately I wanted to learn more about Hazzard’s Cure. Tell us about this release and give a bit of history on the band. Chris: Clint, Leo and I were in a band called Orb of Confusion together for a few [&hellip

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Regimental Records Feature

United States’ Regimental Records has launched attack after attack without mercy and here, Forbidden Magazine puts two of them under the microscope… First up is ‘The Victorious’, a two track 7″ from German masters of ‘technical black metal’ (is that even a genre?) Nordafrost. I don’t know what else to call them and don’t really [&hellip

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Mhorgl – Heresiarch

These days, it’s really hard to not find one’s self completely overcome with a disgusted, misanthropic attitude toward the present state of humanity…at least if you’re paying attention to the grueling shitstorm that is society. If not, then you must be one of the lucky and/or oblivious few that will march like sheep through your [&hellip

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Kult ov Azazel

12 QUESTIONS FOR XAPHAN OF KULT OV AZAZEL Kult ov Azazel is a long-running, much respected American underground act. I have been extremely fond of their malevolent, crushing brand of blackdeath since their inception, and can happily say that they’re still going strong and show no signs of slowing down. Frontman Xaphan blessed me with [&hellip

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Kata Sarka/Nak’ay split

In the disgustingly unending quest for all-that-is-technologically-superior in life, today’s general human population tends to steer away from the cassette tapes when it comes to music. “Tapes are a dead format.”, they’ll say. Often, the suggestion of downloading can be heard muttered in conversation or read in an internet post by some oblivious kid who [&hellip

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Funerus – Reduced To Sludge

Funerus is an underground Death Metal band that has been floating around the underground scene since the early 90’s with demos. The New York-based healthy male< band will release its second over the counter viagra – generic lexapro – american pharmacy canada – can i buy cialis in mexico – http://cialisonline4edtreatment.com/ It so this that. [&hellip

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