Black Metal Archive

Goatcraft

Greetings, Lonegoat! Tell us about your debut album, ‘All for Naught’! What can fans expect of the recording? Howdy Sleepwalker. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to interview me about my exploits. Those who have followed Goatcraft since its inception will be appropriately pleased with this album. Where there were [&hellip

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Les Acteurs Des L’ombre Feature

The first of three from our friends at Les Acteurs De L’ombre, or Ladlo Productions is Regarde Les Hommes Tomber with their S/T debut. This French five-piece offers up a potent mixture of post-black metal miasma and convulsive hard-core, threatening the boundaries of comfortable and easily categorized extreme music. While the cover art is a blatant rip-off [&hellip

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Neptrecus

Tell us about your new album, ‘L’Aube Du Declin’! Hails ! So “L’Aube du Déclin” (French for “the dawn of decline”) was released on 31st January 2013 through French labels Ancestrale and Mortis Humanae. It is composed of 9 tracks entirely sung in French and this is actually our first full-length effort. What is the [&hellip

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Black Goat of the Woods

In the short time since the band’s inception, Indianapolis black grind monstrosity, Black Goat of the Woods, have carved their own festering mark into the face of the extreme underground. Their absolutely crushing self-titled EP is proof positive that these five guys mean unholy business. And business is good, apparently! Having already shared the stage [&hellip

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Nader Sadek

Tell us a little of your new album / DVD, ‘Living Flesh’! I wasn’t sure where to begin, the material is overwhelming and extremely enjoyable…Where, when and how did the live CD / DVD begin to take form? ‘Living Flesh’ is based on the show we did in New York, I put the show together [&hellip

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Maveth – Coils of the Black Earth

It may have taken me a bit longer than I had hoped but I finally got my hands on a copy of Maveth’s debut full length release, “Coils of the Black Earth.” The CD was released at the tail end of 2012 with a vinyl release trailing just a few months behind it (February to [&hellip

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Desolate Shrine – The Sanctum of Human Darkness

Dark Descent Records has more than been on a roll since 2012 (which seems to be continuing into 2013 as well). Desolate Shrine’s sophomore album, “The Sanctum of Human Darkness” released alongside Maveth’s “Coils of the Black Earth” late December of 2012 and in my opinion stands as one of the best and unfortunately one [&hellip

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Famine – S/T

I’m going to attempt to compile my thoughts on this record assuming that if you’re even looking at this album you have a general idea of what it is. The first thing I’m going to tell you is that you actually have NO idea at all what this is, and you won’t until you listen [&hellip

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Uhriristi

Your debut full length, ‘Maailma Palaa’ was just recently released! Tell us about this black metal attack! Rutto: It has seven new songs and one cover song from Unhola. Released by Mortis Humanae Records. Samael: Well this has more elements than our first demo, more melodys and we tried a bit different stuff with this [&hellip

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Ptahil – The Almighty Propagator of Doom and Despair

All throughout 2012, there were countless members of the human population anticipating (i.e. fearing) what so many have apparently misinterpreted as the official date that our miserable world somehow get flushed right down the proverbial toilet. Yes, that much publicized calendar created by that much extinct Mayan civilization had the more gullible portion of Earth’s [&hellip

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