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Örth – Nocturno Inferno (Satanic Art Media)

Örth – Nocturno Inferno (Satanic Art Media)

1996 was a vintage year for black metal releases. Heaven Shall Burn.., Antichrist, Stormblast, Filosofem, Nemesis Divina, Aspera Hiems Symfonia. I could go on just as easily as I could fill in the band names to go with these classics but you know them well.. Read More
Tortorum - Rotten.Dead.Forgotten (World Terror Committee)

Tortorum – Rotten.Dead.Forgotten (World Terror Committee)

I managed to catch Norwegian black metal barbarians Tortorum at a gig in their hometown of Bergen a few years ago and was blown away by their ferocity, which even exceeded the aggression and intensity captured on their two previous releases Katabasis (2014) and extinctionist.. Read More
Sulphur – Omens of Doom (Dark Essence)

Sulphur – Omens of Doom (Dark Essence)

With band members from Gorgoroth, Enslaved, Aeternus and Vulture Industries, and with further connections in the productions and mastering to Taake and Audrey Horne, this album is like Norwegian statement. There’s the added mystery of the band not having released anything since their second album.. Read More
Arvas – Black Satanic Mysticism (ATMF)

Arvas – Black Satanic Mysticism (ATMF)

Attaining to recapture the roots of Norwegian black metal, in defiance of the scene’s progressive bastardisation, Arvas certainly managed to deliver an uncompromising blast with 2013’s ‘Into the Realm of the Occult’. (Subsequent to reviewing that one, it’s disappeared from the face of my computer,.. Read More
Tortorum – Katabasis (W.T.C.)

Tortorum – Katabasis (W.T.C.)

Consisting of members with three different nationalities, Tortorum proves one thing: that for all its negativity and anti-humanism, the sound of True Norwegian Black Metal can be a unifying force. Barghest (England) and Skyggen (Poland) – creators of this Bergen-based band’s 2012 debut ‘Exctinctionist’ –.. Read More
Arvas – Into the Realm of the Occult (Aeternitas Tenebrarum Musicae Fundamentum)

Arvas – Into the Realm of the Occult (Aeternitas Tenebrarum Musicae Fundamentum)

As many Norwegian black metal aficionados will undoubtedly be aware, Arvas started life as Örth in the early nineties. Led by Vassago Rex, this previous entity ended with the suicide of Grim (Borknagar, Gorgoroth) in 1999. Arvas came about two years later and didn’t actually.. Read More
Vulture Industries – The Tower (Season of Mist)

Vulture Industries – The Tower (Season of Mist)

I don’t know what Vulture Industries would think of being regarded as “the new Arcturus”. Whilst in some respects this is a compliment and there is a commonality in that they’re both from Norway, “The Tower” is Vulture Industries third album and for me they.. Read More
Hybrid - Angst (Deepsend)

Hybrid – Angst (Deepsend)

The time will probably come when I begin to regard the experimental re-cycling and fusion of musical form as mundane, but it hasn’t happened yet. It was therefore encouraging to read that “Hybrid was born in 2004 with the intention of setting up an unorthodox.. Read More
Interview - Vacantfield

Interview – Vacantfield

                        Vacantfield came to my attention late on in 2011, when their 3-track EP really stood out as something quite special. Despite these Greek avant-garde black metalists having formed 10 years ago, this is.. Read More