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Pantheon

Hails Pantheon! Your new release, an EP titled ‘Intervention’ is now upon us! Tell us about this aggressive collection of songs! The new ‘Intervention EP’ for us is a culmination of a complete re-development of PANTHEON. We’ve taken our sound and, without changing it, have honed our abilities as musicians and songwriters, refining it into

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Eye of Solitude

  Sui Caedere is the title of your new full length on Kaotoxin Records, tell us about this all-powerful release that has been punishing my stereo for a month! D: Thank you very much for the kind words guys,this is Daniel, vocalist and lyricist in the band. Well, Sui Caedere has been in the making

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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?

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Dragged Into Sunlight

Cloaked in a blood-drenched shroud of anonymity, the United Kingdom’s very own blackened death monstrosity, Dragged Into Sunlight have unleashed upon the world a destructive sound immersed in misanthropy and inconceivable madness. Hot on the heels of the band’s recent U.S. appearances, Forbidden Magazine caught up with an unnamed member, giving a glimpse of what

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The Wounded Kings – In the Chapel of the Black Hand

After two solid supernatural/occultic/epic/prog doom masterpieces that’ll steal your soul from the first dirge-y note, comes the third Wounded Kings full length In the Chapel of the Black Hand. Apparently in the last year since The Shadow Over Atlantis, much of the original band went their separate ways to pursue other bands/directions/life responsibilities, but Steve

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Crimson Darkness – The Devourer of All

We’ve all seen it happen far too many times to possibly stomach. A certain type of extreme music is brought into the spotlight of accessibility for the more mainstream-minded to consume like vultures. Eventually, and sadly, those bands often end up as nothing more than a watered down shell of their former self, weak and

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Spearhead – Theomachia

First off, let’s just get one thing straight; this is NOT that joke of a band consisting of a bunch of “multicultural” overglorified neo-hippies gathered together and making every single nerve they happen to twitch into some sort of laughable socio-political “message” that has been assailing the airwaves left-and-right lately (not that I bother letting

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Dragged Into Sunlight – Hatred for Mankind

It could most definitely be said that all things related to writhing filth, death, the almighty Satan, and behavior deemed as psychotic have eternally held their own special, heartwarming spot in the realm of underground music. Things deemed bad by the world’s “normal people” are snatched up in a warm and fuzzy bear hug of

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