Death/Black Metal

WLM Reviews- Citadel by Ne Obliviscaris

December 15, 2014
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WLM Reviews- Citadel by Ne Obliviscaris

It’s been 3 years since Ne Obliviscaris’ Portal of I, and I’m still not sure if I’m saying their name right. Back then, 17 year old me was sure that Portal was the top of the band’s career. Where could they go after that? It’s just TOO good.

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Featured Video: Scar Symmetry – The Illusionist

December 12, 2014
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Featured Video: Scar Symmetry – The Illusionist

While we’re usually presenting the latest and upcoming heavy metal from many regions, from time to time I like to indulge in metal I listened to years ago, I mean who doesn’t? My first exposure to Swedes’ Scar Symmetry was many years ago with this explosive track, The Illusionist.

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WLM Reviews: Wreckage – Rise From Ruins

December 9, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Wreckage – Rise From Ruins

Let’s bring some very old school influenced death metal to the masses. In fact, their newest album recently released titled, Rise From Ruins is perhaps the most vintage and old school metal influenced album I have reviewed. Highly influenced by band such as Entombed, Autopsy and Pestilence, Wreckage almost bring a sort of “Death’n’Roll” sound to the metal game.

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WLM Reviews: Primordial – Where Greater Men Have Fallen

December 7, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Primordial – Where Greater Men Have Fallen

Ireland. Land of Kelly Green, leprechauns, rainbows and pots of gold. Of course there is a darker, grittier side of the island headed up by Dublin’s finest metal exports, Primordial. They are back with album number eight, Where Greater Men Have Fallen, via Metal Blade Records.

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WLM Reviews: Mors Principium Est – Dawn of the Fifth Era

December 6, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Mors Principium Est – Dawn of the Fifth Era

Finland continues to be a cornucopia for all things metal, and usually of highest quality.  Dawn Of The Fifth Era on AFM Records, album number five from Melodic Death Metal group Mors Principium Est, does nothing to dispute that assertion.

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WLM Reviews: Stormhold – The Lost World

November 13, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Stormhold – The Lost World

Let’s take a little trip over to the unfamiliar country of Belarus. Specifically, Gomel City. There is where Melodic Death Metal sextet, Stormhold is headquartered. These guys are very underground, they have a small following and come to the masses with intensity and uniqueness that determine to make a mark within the metal scene.

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WLM Reviews: Flub – Advent (EP)

November 10, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Flub – Advent (EP)

Flub: a name that sounds almost as ridiculous as the word ‘djent’ that also happens to sound like the name for a ridiculous teen djent band that is of the actual definition of the world ‘flub’, “something badly or clumsily done; a blunder”.

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WLM Reviews: Carcass – Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel EP

November 1, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Carcass – Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel EP

I am guilty of not having done my research prior to this EP. If what I have here is indicative of 2013’s Surgical Steel from Carcass, I have done myself a disservice.

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WLM Reviews: At the Gates – At War With Reality

October 25, 2014
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WLM Reviews: At the Gates – At War With Reality

An incredible amount of anticipation has been in the air since At the Gates announced a forthcoming studio album earlier this year. Has the nearly two decade wait been worth it?

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