Season Of Mist Archive

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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Malevolentia – Ex Obivion

Throughout the infamous, controversy-splattered history of black metal, many of its contributors have fused the genre’s trademark raging harshness with orchestral arrangements. It seems that the most devoted of fans would agree that this practice could go one of two ways, depending on how it’s done. Some bands seem to rely far too much on [&hellip

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Infestus – Exist

Let your journey down the rabbit hole begin, this is the kind of music that borderlines metal and something else. It’s so atmospheric that you forget its metal at times. The good thing about Exist (Debemur Morti/Season of Mist Records) is that it doesn’t let you forget for long. Just when you’re beginning to become [&hellip

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Ava Inferi – Onyx

Portuguese / Norwegian metallers AVA INFERI recently finished work on their fourth album, Onyx. AVA INFERI was started by Rune Ericksen, better known as Blasphemer from Mayhem. He is cheap viagra online the guitarist and main songwriter, and has joined forces with musicians from Portugal for this project. Onyx is a haunting combination of doom [&hellip

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Necrophagia – Deathtrip 69

“Look down at me, and you see a fool. Look up at me, and you see a god. Look straight at me, and you see yourself.” – Charles Manson It’s a safe assumption that anyone worth their salt in the realms of pop culture or infamous criminals knows a thing or two about the man [&hellip

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Benighted – Asylum Cave

Amstetten, Austria – 2008. Forty-two-year-old Elisabeth Fritzl revealed to the town’s police that she had just spent the last twenty-four years of her life in torturous confinement under the watch of her own father, Josef Fritzl in a sealed-off corridor in the basement area of the family home. It was there, that Elisabeth’s father held [&hellip

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Finntroll/Samael/Rotting Christ/Metsatöll/Nothnegal

Finntroll, Samael, Rotting Christ, Metsatöll and Nothnegal 28-11-2010 Romein, Leeuwarden (NL) Review by Laetitia Photo’s by Ingrid A strange combination of bands were put together and started touring. On this Sunday they played at a concert high up in the north of the Netherlands, in Leeuwarden of all places. We from Metal Exposure and Forbidden [&hellip

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Deathspell Omega – Paracletus

Continuously shrouded in a massive cloak of mystery and rumors, avantgarde black metal troopers Deathspell Omega aligned their powers in Poitiers, France in 1998 and focused much attention on Satanism and metaphysics. The band’s earlier work unleashed a raw approach similar to Transylvanian Hunger era Darkthrone. Since then, the work of Deathspell Omega has become [&hellip

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Kylesa – Spiral Shadow

Unfolding from the horizon of Savannah, Georgia in 2001, and roughly borrowing their name in part from the concept of “kilesa mara” (the Buddhist term for demons of defilement), psychedelic metal quintet Kylesa have never given much thought toward any sort of genre classification. In all actuality, slapping any lone label on the band’s sound [&hellip

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