Death/Black Metal

Review: Tunnel of No Light by October Tide

March 20, 2013
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Review: Tunnel of No Light by October Tide

In as early as 1995 out of the peaks and valleys that is the career of the band Katatonia came October Tide. They released some material and took lengthy breaks around the times Katatonia was on the road or recording new material.

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Review: Humanity by Dethrone

March 14, 2013
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Review: Humanity by Dethrone

The band Dethrone is very in your face about not wanting to be considered a “core” band. In other words Dethrone doesn’t want to be in the same sentence as the very popular American brand of metal. Seeing as they are Swedish I guess I can understand that.

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Review: Unborn by Six Feet Under

March 13, 2013
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Review: Unborn by Six Feet Under

It was less than a year ago that I sat here and wrote about the Six Feet Under album “Undead.” In a nut shell what I said was the album scared the hell out of me and that Chris Barnes stole the show with his trademark growl and ability to catch charisma in the...

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Review: Mark of the Revenant by BALESCREAM

March 4, 2013
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Review: Mark of the Revenant by BALESCREAM

Australia, a land of beaches, snakes, dingos and people who say “mate”. Sounds like a pretty cool place, full of beautiful people with exotic accents. It also happens to be home to death metal band BALESCREAM. (Depending on my mood I like to pronounce their name bale-scream, or bales-cream.

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Quick Review: Cnoc An Tursa – The Giants of Auld

March 2, 2013
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Quick Review: Cnoc An Tursa – The Giants of Auld

On a lark, I downloaded the promo copy of The Giants of Auld from the interestingly named Scottish Pagan Metal band Cnoc An Tursa on Candlelight Records.  I am glad I took the chance.

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Album Review: Opium Morals by Seven Sisters of Sleep

February 27, 2013
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Album Review: Opium Morals by Seven Sisters of Sleep

This is going to be one of those rare reviews where I really don’t let my personal opinion seep into what I’m going to talk about.

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Review: Gloria Morti – Lateral Constraint

February 15, 2013
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Review: Gloria Morti – Lateral Constraint

Gloria Morti started in 99 as a way for a group of musicians to come together and play some thrash for “fun.” This quickly became a sort of obsession and with any obsession comes aggression.

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Review: The Almighty Propagator of Doom & Despair by PTAHIL

January 31, 2013
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Review: The Almighty Propagator of Doom & Despair by PTAHIL

Yes we have covered them in the past. Yes I was so scared I had nightmares of Satan under my bed for weeks, and yes I sat down and listened to PTAHIL’s new album five times in a row in a trance of fear and anxiety that is comparable to having a lawn mower...

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Metal Review: Alchemical Manifestations – Plutonian Shore and A Transylvanian Funeral

December 12, 2012
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Metal Review: Alchemical Manifestations – Plutonian Shore and A Transylvanian Funeral

I’m a bit of a metal scrooge when it comes to split albums. Before all you oldschoolers jump on me I fully understand the impact splits had on the industry in the early days and even later on when bands were able to share the cost of producing and distributing an album.

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