Death/Black Metal

WLM Reviews: The Haunted – Eye of the Storm EP

January 21, 2014
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WLM Reviews: The Haunted – Eye of the Storm EP

Gothenburg’s own, The Haunted, today drop their first recording since 2011’s Unseen with their three song EP/single on Century Media Records.  The most significant thing about Eye of the Storm is that it marks the return of vocalist Marco Aro to the fold replacing Peter Dolving for the second time.

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We Love Top 10 Metal Females

January 16, 2014
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We Love Top 10 Metal Females

Greetings to all you crazy and passionate metalheads. It’s time for another Top Ten List. I hope you readers have been enjoying what everyone has been doing thus far. Today, we will embark on a list full of talent, creativity, and beauty. What does that entail?

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WLM Reviews: Black Crown Initiate – Song of the Crippled Bull

December 21, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Black Crown Initiate – Song of the Crippled Bull

Black Crown Initiate’s 2013 EP Song of the Crippled Bull was one of those recordings that looked like it might hold promise, but I wasn’t holding my breath.  I couldn’t even find the band on Encyclopaedia Metallum, my source for a quick scoop on any Metal band.

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Featured Video: Behemoth – Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel

December 13, 2013
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Featured Video: Behemoth – Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel

An evil and metal Friday the 13th to us all! What would today be without a video in a world of bloodshed, demonic cloaked figures, awkward and very scary images. The song entited, Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel, comes off the band’s next album, The Satanist, which is slated for an early February release.

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Bandcamp Roundup Week 3!

December 6, 2013
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Bandcamp Roundup Week 3!

Week 3 of the Bandcamp Roundup and I haven’t heard any complaints about my biased views of Black Metal, so I have a few more for you.

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Album Review: Ovid’s Withering – Scryers of the Abyss

December 5, 2013
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Album Review: Ovid’s Withering – Scryers of the Abyss

As I was browsing through November metal releases, I came across Ovid’s Withering tagged as symphonic black metal, djent, deathcore and prog metal. The five-piece from Tampa aims towards taking a theatrical approach to metal taking bands such as Carach Angren, Septic Flesh and The Faceless as influences.

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WLM Reviews: Ephel Duath – Hemmed by Light, Shaped by Darkness

November 23, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Ephel Duath – Hemmed by Light, Shaped by Darkness

Sometimes we Metal fans have individual musicians that we find to be completely compelling.  For me, they tend to be drummers – Dave Lombardo, Neil Peart, Mike Portnoy, or Nicko McBrain.

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Amiensus and Oak Pantheon’s Gathering Equals Powerful

November 20, 2013
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Amiensus and Oak Pantheon’s Gathering Equals Powerful

Powerful… We use the word a lot when we are describing metal. You have the obvious Power Metal, or powerful drums, powerful vocals, or sometimes the elusive powerful performance. Rarer is the powerful emotional response. For me personally listening to reams and reams of music can dampen my emotional responses to music.

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No Fancy Title it’s – PESTILENCE: Obsideo

November 13, 2013
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No Fancy Title it’s – PESTILENCE: Obsideo

Embarrassing as it was to say, back in 2011 before reviewing their album “Doctrine” I had no idea who Pestilence was or the obvious legendary status they had/have in the Death genre. After that review I’m happy to say I discovered a very heavy band that I still enjoy to this day.

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