Monthly Archive:: August 2012

Demoncy – Enthroned is the Night

It isn’t often enough that the world gets a Demoncy album, but by thunder, it sure is good when we do! After attempting a full band with 2003’s “Empire of the Fallen Angel”, frontman Ixithra once again opted to return to solo form for “Enthroned Is the Night”, as Demoncy had been for the majority [&hellip

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Hellthrasher Productions Feature

Our first examination of the Hellthrasher Productions roster gives us Greek Death Metal tyrants Resurgency. ‘False Enlightenment’ is the group’s debut effort of ten bloodsoaked atrocities totalling just over 40 minutes. Right to the point, Resurgency wastes no time in dealing out the spades; every track is a fist in the throat and boot to [&hellip

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A Forest of Stars

It is with great pleasure that I again interview A Gentleman’s Club A Forest of Stars! Your new album, A Shadowplay for Yesterdays is upon us and the material is impressive to say the least! Tell us some general facts or fictions about your third full-length! How long have you been working on the material? [&hellip

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Dominium

DOWNLOAD ‘THE INCURSION’ FREE: The Incursion by Dominium Hails! First off, for those not yet familiar with the world of Dominium, could you shed some light on the band’s origins, leading up to today? A: Dominium came about back in 1999, The founding members Dominus and Malignus had a common interest in extreme metal, especially [&hellip

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Late August/Mr. Clit and the Pink Cigarettes – 7″ split

If you ask me, split releases are a goddamned treasure. They’re a formidable commodity. They are something that should surely get Max far in a place like Bartertown. What I’m getting at here is that there’s not only the obvious benefit of acquiring new music by a band that you are already well aware and [&hellip

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Sanguis Imperem – In Glory We March Towards Our Doom

Hey, that’s a pretty sweet cover! And a pretty sweet album title, also! So both of those factors got me pretty excited to see what this apparently war-obsessed act was all about. It’s on Hells Headbangers, too, so I just knew something had to be awesome here (it’s one of those gut instincts you get [&hellip

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The Communion – A Desired Level of Unease

One of Prison Tatt Records very latest releases and a very unique addition to my collection, this LP lives up to its titles description as The Communion blend early true 90’s sludge Eyehategod/Acid Bath/Seven Foot Spleen/Noothgrush with the modern twist of Seven Sisters of Sleep and Integrity stirring up a stampede of shrieking anti-social/anti-PC lyrics [&hellip

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Graveflower – Returning to the Primary Source

Perhaps it’s the weird unseasonal gloom outside or my overabundance of free time that’s managed to get me in the mood for dismal and drowning doom like Graveflower, but regardless of reason I am actually quite glad that I’ve had the chance to finally be fully dissolved into this album, which on the surface left [&hellip

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