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While the two sides are noticeably different, they do make a coherent whole, as both projects reach outside the box for their sound.read more
They feature more extreme influences than ever before, weaving elements of black and death metal into their modern metal sound.read more
Each track of The Magickal Presence of Occult Forces is a spell woven of darkest night and belligerent notes of aggression.read more
The band doesn’t seem to have missed a beat, as they pick up exactly where they left off, but with some extra attitude included.read more
All of it is carefully pieced together to sound like the internal monologue of a serial killer.read more
Tando Ashanti is a knife fight to the death caught in sonic form. There is no guarantee of survival.read more
Vuur will be a force to reckon with in the prog metal genre in the years to come, provided the project stays together.read more
There is nobody else that I’m aware of doing what PM does. They are masters of a genre all their own.read more
On this second release, they put forth an album oozing with true fantasy prog that is missing from the scene today.read more
V Starodavnie Goda is a romping album that calls to mind a medieval tavern filled with victorious warriors after battle.read more
Runespell has created a call to war, a war of ultimate destruction, true, but also one filled with pathos and mournful regret.read more
Fist pumping and sing-alongs with surely follow, and I certainly feel like donning my battle vest.read more
Nailblack approach evil in a manner so old school that Immortal could have developed from them.read more
They are full and passionate as ever, just distilled down into their purest form.read more
Melodic death metal is the order of the day. Upon this foundation, the band uses folk flourishes, including a violin, to round out the sound.read more
The album showcases the particulars of the Yellow Eyes style, including the way they take the majestic, mournful sound generally found in the Cascadian subgenre, and turn it inside out so that it becomes a ravaging sickness worming its way through your brain.read more
My initial impression is that the albums falls somewhere between the beauty and grandeur of Celestial Lineage and the harsh aggression of Two Hunters.read more
Patience now becomes the Virtue. You are involved.read more
It has that crusty, old death metal, mean sound.read more
Groovy riffs and hooks and a barrage of drum lines force you to head bang, along with plenty of solos to melt your face as well.read more