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Dodsfall - Doden - Cover

Dødsfall: “Døden Skal Ikke Vente” Album Review

Across the seas is a land I would probably donate one of my kidneys to visit, explore, and relish in the metal. Hailing from Sweden and Norway, Dødsfall began their foray into the mysterious and often controversial realm of black metal around 2009. We have IS on vocals, guitar and bass, accompanied by drummer Telal. They list as their influences

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Sjukdom - Cover - 2018

Sjukdom: “Stridshymner og Dødssalmer” Album Review

Founded in 2011, by members Avsky (vocalist) and Natt (drummer), Sjukdom soon became a complete unit with the addition of guitarist Hul and bassist Nekrosis. Recently signed to Osmose Productions, the Norwegian black metal quartet have unleashed their current beast, entitled Stridshymner og Dødssalmer. Ok, now say that ten times in succession, or better yet, say it three times to a

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Binah - Phobiate - Cover

Album Review: Binah, “Phobiate”

At the tail end of what is a disgustingly hot and humid summer here on the Eastern Seaboard, I am receiving an abundance of promotional material to review. One of these goodies comes from Binah, and with their upcoming album Phobiate, they are setting the mood for autumn. Like the doom/death metal genre, many see autumn as a time of decay,

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Slagmaur

Slagmaur: “Thill Smitts Terror” Album Review

Norway’s Slagmaur have just released one of the most interesting and intense metal albums of the year. Thill Smitts Terror is a collection of children’s fairy tales and fables set to a soundtrack of orchestral horror and brilliance. In other words, play this before bedtime and you won’t sleep a wink all night. For starters, go to YouTube and check

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Binah - Phobiate - Cover

Album Review: Binah, “Phobiate”

At the tail end of what is a disgustingly hot and humid summer here on the Eastern Seaboard, I am receiving an abundance of promotional