Reviews: MI Metal Shows & Albums
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Hold tight through the gallop, then relax into the deep.
Ominous keys frame the strange sense of unease rippling through this offering to the spirits of harmony. Pushed behind the theatrically strange vocals, rhythmic riffing adds to the trancelike subtleties of terror swimming like sharks beneath the surface.
Pressing ‘play’ and the album begins… I hear the melancholy and the vibe of longing for something in the music almost immediately
Band - Plum Green Album - Somnambulistic Country of Origin - Australia Genre - Dreamfolk Release Date - September 17th, 2021 Label - Nefarious Industries Author - Gareth Mangan This album was a journey that really came as a surprise to me. Not to say that I had...
Operation Just Cause bangs hard by going straight for the jugular and never letting go.
This album is excellent – dreamy-in-an-unsettling-way and hypnotic – so it doesn’t matter what genre we call it, nor does it matter that it’s entirely instrumental.
The intensity of Zos Ethos cannot be understated. … Let it be the deep experience it’s meant to be.
As someone who doesn’t really listen to deathcore all that much, I see this as a release for people who want some crossover between deathcore and black metal.
Band - Lvcifyre Album - The Broken Seal Country of Origin - UK Genre - Black/Death Release Date - September 10, 2021 Label -Dark Descent Records Author - Michael Litteral Black/death is something that doesn't have as much to offer compared to other subgenres,...
Though each band clearly has their own style, the whole is as cohesive as it is crushing, exquisite as it is eviscerating.
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