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“Nightmare Logic” wastes no time..[s]ticking to their almost Testament sounding old school roots, and also showcasing their growth and evolution as a band by including a much needed sound in modern metal.read more
Exclusive double track stream featuring Herida Profunda and Hellbastard, provided by Give Praise Records.read more
The musicianship is exquisite and the songs feature gorgeous.read more
The riffs are simple but effectively heavy. No new ground is broken here. Deserted Fear appear content to drive the in the same wheel ruts that Amon Amarth and Dark Tranquillity did 10 years ago.read more
I sifted through more than 200 albums in 2016 and I’m pleased to present my favorites.read more
Though more existential in nature, the album is every bit dark enough to warrant a place in the pantheon of contemporary black metal.read more
The fabric of death metal is interwoven with terrifying threads of the trvest, blackest arts.read more
Baleful Scarlet Star is a violent entity released from oblivion and come to utterly destroy.read more
Someday, you’ll be able to say you were one of the few who knew about this project when it was still completely underground. This level of quality won’t stay there long.read more
Hayduke’s favorite 50 albums of 2016. Mostly metal, but the number one spot is taken by anarcho-folk project Rail Yard Ghosts.read more
At once, both classic and modern, both dark and light, both melancholy and transcendent.read more
There are nine full songs across the album’s ten tracks that pivot between blast, groove and doom and keep the vocal carousel spinning throughout.read more
The void calls. There is no escape. As a whole, The Lucifer Principle is haunting and ominous, dark as blackest sin, and utterly feral.read more
In the Passing Light of Day simply overflows with music of astounding color and textural variety.read more
“List” season is definitely my favorite season when it comes to musicread more
25 albums we like.read more
25 Albums we like.read more
Though their past is rife with violence, murder, suicide, Nazism, and more, they are undoubtedly one of the creators of the sound we now call black metal.read more
Enemy of Duality, is intense in a restrained manner. It is fierce and harsh, but not savage, uncontrollable, but not out of control.read more
Sometimes playing an established style to the point of excellence is preferable to masturbatory experimentation. That is certainly the case with Echelon.read more