Monthly Archive:: September 2012

Ataraxy – Revelations of the Ethereal

Ataraxy are a young Spanish Death Metal band with a prior sold out EP Curse of the Requiem Mass (Memento Mori 2010) and now their first full-length Revelations of the Ethereal has been cut loose this month. I’ve been listening to this one for two days straight and am completely infected to the point of [&hellip

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Inborn Suffering – Regression Into Nothingness

This Russian Label (Solitude Productions) just turned 7 and is not only reliable and a major force in extreme doom and melodic dark metal, but consistently finds the best and the more progressive acts in these styles ranging from the Slavic regions all the way to Brazil and everywhere in between. Inborn Suffering is no [&hellip

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Lord Time – Forgotten Future

Forgotten Future was originally released in ’10 as a cassette on the Universal Consciousness label and is now seeing it’s well deserved vinyl installment in 2012 courtesy of Prison Tatt. In true PT form the MLP is a one sided black record with a silkscreened sleeve, but the artist also threw in a fingerprint of [&hellip

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Kolp – The Outsider

The Outsider is the second full-length from the lesser known Hungarian act Kolp, set to destroy the light of day November 12,2012 with an addicting spin on traditional and experimental black metal that’s impressive to say the least. I just heard this album this morning and have managed to not only keep it in play, [&hellip

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Dawn of Demise – Rejoice In Vengeance

Denmark’s Death Metal export DAWN OF DEMISE have returned with a new full length album and with a new label….Unique Leader Records. This third full length is a 12-song pile of brutal death metal meshed into 41+ minutes. A quick bit of history regarding the band for those of you new to them: The band [&hellip

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Inferion

Aborted by the Sun by Inferion Tell us a bit of the bands history! Is it currently just yourself creating the music? Well we started writing music in 1997 at a time when Black Metal wasn’t very well known in Miami. Our first album was called “Infinite Dying Souls” and it was released on cassette. [&hellip

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Shadows in the Crypt

Shadows in the Crypt has got to be one of the busiest bands I have heard lately! I am looking at a discography only 15 months old but filled with two full-lengths and 3 EPs! Tell us about the band’s deal with the devil and the work you are doing! Ok! Give us a brief [&hellip

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Blut Aus Nord – 777 Trilogy

THE CIRCLE IS NOW COMPLETE. Closing out their epic trilogy, we now have before us Epitomes XIV-XVIII, all five of which come out to just a little over 45 minutes. Focusing a bit more on atmosphere while still elevating moods to an all-time low (that’s sounds rather contradictory, but you’ll understand it once you hear [&hellip

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Behexen – Nightside Emanations

Too many of you reading this, Behexen are no strangers, whether it be their name alone, their notoriety, their ancient but ever progressing ugliness in sound and content, or all of the above. Regardless of where your coming from on Behexen familiarity make no mistake in thinking that this is anything less than a grotesque [&hellip

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Father Befouled Part Two

 ME: This particular style of old school death metal has been coming around a little bit more recently, though it has pretty much continued to stay deep underground. Unlike new crap things such as the “thrash revival” and “deathcore,” etc..or whatever other new sub-genres are out there. Why do you think OSDM has stayed so [&hellip

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