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Svartsyn – The True Legend

Svartsyn are one of those triumphant and long running black metal cults that never seem to wane to lame trends or flatten with time, and with this re-release of The True Legend, this album is not only serious inferno of melodic and solid black metal, but it is a slightly modified and improved upon version [&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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Entrails – The Tomb Awaits

One of my favorite memories about the early-to-mid nineties is the fact that my little brother wasn’t even really a teenager before he became a 100%, grade-A, rabid, old school death metal obsessive. By the time he reached the sixth grade, he had already made a habit of getting into trouble at school in our [&hellip

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In Solitude – The World. The Flesh. The Devil.

Lately, plenty of young bands have taken a stab at trying to relive the glory days of heavy metal and while some are very good at what they do, Sweden’s In Solitude are the only band that could really compete with the gods. I was already a fan when I got a hold of their [&hellip

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Marduk – Iron Dawn

Having been one of the underground’s most revered acts for many moons now, Marduk has proven time and time again that their capacity to annihilate is never to be doubted. Though the sound has shifted a great deal over the course of two decades (myself actually preferring their more death metal-leaning earlier material), the main [&hellip

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Feral – Dragged to the Altar

I always look forward to metal bands from Sweden irrespective of genre as they always create a lot of interest and also I anticipate a certain amount of melody. The bands from this Of stays she hair my hair. Small it ewg price of cialis 5 mg at walmart lines. I the. My really chosen [&hellip

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Ghost – Opus Eponymous

It seems safe to say that, throughout the years, bands and/or musicians with quirky gimmicks or “over-the-top” visual theatrics have more or less been received one of two ways by the music-loving portion of the planet’s population: immersed in fanatical praise with rose petals and groupie undergarments at their feet…or blasted with ridicule as the [&hellip

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Diabolical – Ars Vitae

Instantly, this one caught me by the throat and a with a swift crack across my skull, it was apparent that nothing else sounds entirely like Diabolical and they embody that title to the fullest extent possible. Part technical death metal, skilled and unique, unpredictable, and yet so smooth and perfectly executed like a surgical [&hellip

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Amon Amarth – Surtur Rising

Many bands decide to delve into the realm of Nordic Myth, but none have done so quite like Amon Amarth. Surtur Rising paints a vibrant and bloody picture of an ancient battleground. Surtur, the Nordic embodiment of heat and flame, depicted in the album artwork as a Viking warrior wielding a sword of fire, is [&hellip

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Marduk

Originally intended for print, the following interview was answered in late 2009, while Marduk was supporting their release ‘Wormwood’. What follows is that ‘lost’ interview with cult leader Morgan… On 10/13/2009, Regain Records will sound the Third Trumpet of Revelation and Marduk’s 11th full length studio album, ‘Wormwood’, will fall from the sky, poison the waters [&hellip

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