Heavy Metal

Lake of Tears: Illwill

July 4, 2011
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Lake of Tears: Illwill

Having formed in 1992 as a primarily doom metal band based out of Sweden you can now look at Lake of Tears and say they literally have no genre to be identified by.

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Debauchery: Germany’s Next Death Metal

July 2, 2011
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Debauchery: Germany’s Next Death Metal

It has been awhile, but yet every time it happens I get so frustrated my poor keyboard gets sick of me editing the draft over and over again. What happened is: I’m stumped!

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USX: The Valley Path

June 30, 2011
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USX: The Valley Path

Who knew “the masters of dark psychedelic” would hail from the Appalachian’s of North Carolina? Turns out they do, and since 2002 they have been proving themselves as “the masters.” Their latest release is the one 40 minute track “The Valley Path.

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Utopian.Hope.Dystopian.Nihilism: Pact With Solitude

June 24, 2011
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Utopian.Hope.Dystopian.Nihilism: Pact With Solitude

When solo member of Utopian.Hope.Dystopian.Nihilism Elvio Rodrigues presents this album “Pact With Solitude” along with his dialogue on the website (www.myspace.com/uhdn) you find out that he considers the only influence on his music to be: LIFE. The obvious question is did Elvio have a good life or a horrendous life?

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Rusty Pacemaker

June 21, 2011
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Rusty Pacemaker

www.rustypacemaker.com is going to give you some details about a solo artist that has literally done everything on his own. Rusty is self-taught on guitar, bass, vocals, recording, mixing, and even founded his own record company Solanum Records so he could continue the Do It Yourself trend.

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Gates of Slumber: The Wretch

June 20, 2011
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Gates of Slumber: The Wretch

If you take some Doom Metal legends and mix them with new kick ass material, what do you get? You get Gates of Slumbers fifth full length album: The Wretch. No point in beating around the bush with this one.

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Beastwars Has Arrived

June 15, 2011
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Beastwars Has Arrived

Based on the recent coverage we have been giving to ambient, sludge, doom rock/metal we have been getting more and more entries from this highly unusual brand of music. When Beastwars arrived I was instantly curious to listen to it because I love the mood this music can set if done well.

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Shroud of Despondency: Objective Isolation

June 15, 2011
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Shroud of Despondency: Objective Isolation

As all music critics will agree, something that seems to drive our OCD asses crazy is poor production values. It seems to be a reviewing standard that if an artist can’t take the time to at least put forward a good effort of recording or hire someone to do so than the music is...

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The Phantom Carriage: New Thing

June 12, 2011
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The Phantom Carriage: New Thing

Coming from the throat scrapings of Throatruiner Records is The Phantom Carriage and their album aptly titled “New Thing.” The reason I say aptly titled is because it’s certainly a thing and “newer” than anything I have heard this year. The part that concerns me is everything about The Phantom Carriage makes me smile.

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