Here we have 40 minutes of blissfully hypnotic stoner doom metal, replete with grand fuzzy riffs, psychedelic noodling and more dark, hazy atmosphere than you can shake a bong at. Continue reading “Goya – Harvester of Bongloads (Review)”
Winter Deluge play malevolent black metal that takes its cues from the second wave.
With enough blackened distortion, blasting Continue reading “Winter Deluge – Devolution-Decay (Review)”
Disperse take elements from both old and new progressive music and incorporate them into their thoroughly modern take on the style.
Complexity, syncopation and Continue reading “Disperse – Foreword (Review)”
With blast beats, rolling riffs and some Continue reading “Neman – The Path of Thorns (Review)”
Obscure Devotion play sophisticated occult black metal with a mature, yet still fiery approach to extreme music. Continue reading “Obscure Devotion – Ubi Certa Pax Est (Review)”
I find it so easy to like this kind of thing. It’s hyper-modern, with withering technicality, hard-as-nails brutality and enough progressive depth to keep things interesting…Reaping Asmodeia have delivered a monster of an album. Continue reading “Reaping Asmodeia – Impuritize (Review)”
Ever Circling Wolves play gritty, underground doom metal with some sludge elements thrown in for good measure. If that sounds a bit too simplistic it actually is, as there’s a lot more on offer here than you might expect. Continue reading “Ever Circling Wolves – Of Woe or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Gloom (Review)”
The last time we encountered Inferno it was on their previous album – Omniabsence Filled by His Greatness. This album made a very good impression on me and it’s one I’ve listened to many times over the years. Continue reading “Inferno – Gnosis Kardias (of Transcension and Involution) (Review)”
Here we have a black metal album that has a decidedly American flavour to it that includes some minor aspects of post-black metal, hardcore and a pinch of death metal.
The album is Continue reading “Woe – Hope Attrition (Review)”