Death/Black Metal

Album Review: Aura Noir – Out To Die

April 26, 2012
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Album Review: Aura Noir – Out To Die

For some reason when I see the words “Norwegian” and “Black Metal” in the same sentence my ears perk up and await the evil that normally accompanies it. In the case of Aura Noir they added the word “Thrash” to the equation.

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Album Review: Job for a Cowboy – Demonocracy

April 8, 2012
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Album Review: Job for a Cowboy – Demonocracy

After nine years how does a band stay hungry? With “Job for a Cowboy” it appears to be continuous touring and making music that is aggressive, violent, but yet conscious that changes to our current structures need to be made.

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Album Review: Dreaming Dead – Midnightmares

April 1, 2012
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Album Review: Dreaming Dead – Midnightmares

www.dreamingdead.com isn’t going to give you a lot of information on these Los Angeles death Metallers, so for this review I’m not going to focus on the back story. Instead I’m going to focus completely on their sophomore album Midnightmares that is dropping on April 20th.

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Album Review: Abazagorath

March 28, 2012
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Album Review: Abazagorath

Other than the fact that it is quite fun to say the name “Abazagorath” you won’t find too much that is rainbows and puppy dogs when it comes to these State side black metal legends.

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Album Review: Deals Death – Elite

March 10, 2012
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Album Review: Deals Death – Elite

Sweden and death metal is much like Gene Simmons and whores: you don’t see one without the other. The only issue with that is over the last few years some of the more Melodic Death Metal bands coming out of the country have produced a sound that has them all sounding exactly the same.

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Album Review: Revel in Flesh – Deathevokation

March 1, 2012
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Album Review: Revel in Flesh – Deathevokation

Have you ever been watching one of those crime shows like Criminal Minds or Law & Order when a ritualistic homicide takes place? Normally what will happen is the detectives will go to some compound filled with drugged teenagers head banging to death metal.

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Album Review: Lay Down Rotten – Mask of Malice

February 29, 2012
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Album Review: Lay Down Rotten – Mask of Malice

Lay Down Rotten started as a solo project by Daniel Jakobi in 1999. Now all these years later you could look at February 28th and call the release of “Mask of Malice” as a new beginning as Jakobi has left the band.

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Retro Review: Death’s Symbolic (1995)

February 27, 2012
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Retro Review: Death’s Symbolic (1995)

Sometimes it’s nice to stop listening to whatever new is coming down the pipe and dig out your old favourites. Nothing beats having a couple of friends over and playing the music you loved in wilder, more simple times.

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Album Review: Cannibal Corpse – Torture

February 25, 2012
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Album Review: Cannibal Corpse – Torture

What can be said about the legendary Cannibal Corpse that hasn’t been said over the existence of death metal. Cannibal Corpse are true legends of death metal and that can’t be stressed enough. On March 13th the legends are going to strike again with their latest offering “Torture.

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