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This is the third album from German death metal band Deserted Fear.
I thoroughly enjoyed their second album Kingdom of Worms; it was a really solid album of death metal by a band that remembered the importance of actual songs.
Kingdom of Worms also effectively Continue reading “Deserted Fear – Dead Shores Rising (Review)”
This is the fourth album from US black metal band Black Anvil.
2014’s Hail Death was a firm favourite of mine. They’ve now produced the follow up to this, and it’s great to have them back.
Black Anvil play black metal that combines elements of thrash metal with a more epic, expansive side. Continue reading “Black Anvil – As Was (Review)”
Henry Kane is a one-man deathgrind/death metal/crust project from Sweden.
This is quite hard to classify, but essentially Den Förstörda Människans Rike is a festering, ugly mix of Swedish death metal, hardcore/crust and Swedish grind.
This is deathgrind of the highest, yet filthiest variety. Think of a mutant mix of Dismember, Nails, Anaal Nathrakh, Nasum and Martyrdöd. Continue reading “Henry Kane – Den Förstörda Människans Rike (Review)”
This is the second album by Uncoffined, a doom/death band from the UK.
Featuring members of Winds of Genocide, Ceremonies of Morbidity is chock full of long songs and morbid atmospheres, as the title would suggest. Continue reading “Uncoffined – Ceremonies of Morbidity (Review)”
Diktatur are a French black metal band and this is their latest EP.
Do you like black metal that’s raw, sharp and full of aggression? If so, then you should check out Diktatur’s latest release.
This is a band that have a traditional, vicious sound with enough elements of Continue reading “Diktatur – L’Agonie d’un Monde (Review)”
Athos is a one-man Greek black metal band and this is his fourth album.
Here we have almost 40 minutes of authentic second wave black metal for your delectation.
Scathing blackened melodies slice like razor blades through the frosted Continue reading “Athos – Noht Lerapot (Review)”
Vanha are a doom/death metal band from Sweden. This is their debut album.
This is atmospheric doom metal with some death metal elements added in for extra bite, primarily in the vocal department.
Rooted in the old school doom/death style of the 90s, Vanha combine heaviness, melody and sorrowful keyboards to produce an album that manages to crush both physically and emotionally. Continue reading “Vanha – Within the Mist of Sorrow (Review)”
This is the latest EP from one-man black metal band Råttkung, who hails from Denmark.
Råttkung’s debut EP Dark Is the Beginning was 17 minutes of raw, underground black metal that reached back to the early days of the second wave for inspiration.
In some ways this influence is continued on this latest short release, but we also see another side to Råttkung too. Here we get a mere three songs in 10 minutes, but what this EP lacks in length it makes up for in blackened malice and ambition. Continue reading “Råttkung – Unborn Undead (Review)”
Omnizide’s latest release Nekroregime is a blackened assault on the senses. The band play blisteringly fast and mid-paced blackened groove equally as well as each other, and the entire album is a dark and sinister treat. Continue reading “Interview with Omnizide”