Death/Black Metal

Album Review: The Meads of Asphodel – Sonderkommando

July 15, 2013
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Album Review: The Meads of Asphodel – Sonderkommando

The Meads of Asphodel is a black metal band from the UK who has always taken a unique influence from medieval folk music. As they evolved, they incorporated greater use of theatrics in their sound creating wicked soundtracks that accompany the stories told through their lyrics.

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WLM Reviews: Battlecross – War of Will

July 14, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Battlecross – War of Will

Midwestern thrashers Battlecross return with album number three, War of Will, on Metal Blade.  This is a short 36 minute blast of Thrash Metal combined with a Melo Death sound, with only two songs breaking the 4 minute mark.  I think the condensed packages of aggression work quite well for the band.

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WLM Reviews: Månegarm – Legions of the North

July 13, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Månegarm – Legions of the North

Månegarm is definitely on the extreme side of Metal for me.  I have enjoyed their work for a number of years now and with Legions of the North on Napalm Records, they continue to solidify a place in my music collection.

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WLM Reviews: Everblack by The Black Dahlia Murder

June 20, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Everblack by The Black Dahlia Murder

One of the greatest interviews I have ever done for the site was an interview with former Black Dahlia Murder drummer Shannon Lucas. He was genuine, down to earth, and really concerned about the quality of the music he played.

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WLM Reviews: Be’lakor – Of Breath and Bone

June 15, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Be’lakor – Of Breath and Bone

Of Breath and Bone was released a year ago in pretty much every market outside of the North America.  Kolony Records has finally done the right thing and released it here, although most fans could get their hands on it due to this crazy thing called the internet.

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Album Review: Children of Bodom – Halo of Blood

June 14, 2013
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Album Review: Children of Bodom – Halo of Blood

Like most people familiar with the band would say, Children of Bodom’s first three albums, Lake Bodom, Hatebreeder and Follow the Reaper had quite a distinct sound.

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Album Review: Shining – One One One

June 14, 2013
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Album Review: Shining – One One One

This isn’t as much a review as me marvelling at the incredible story of the band Shining. They are classed in the metal circle as an “Avant Garde” metal act. The truth is these Norwegian’s can’t really be classed as anything.

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WLM Reviews: Kalmah – Seventh Swamphony

June 9, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Kalmah – Seventh Swamphony

Death Metal isn’t usually a genre I listen to, but Northern European Melodic Death is a sub-style I do occasionally enjoy.  Sure there are some of the bands playing the style that I like – Amon Amarth, Children of Bodom, Wintersun, Solution .

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