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Acherontas – Psychic Death – The Shattering Of Perceptions (Agonia)

Stalwarts of mysticism and Hellenic blackness Acherontas should really need no introduction to the initiated. Led with unswerving passion by V Priest since formation in 2007 they have a plethora of releases to their name and ‘Psychic Death’ sees them… Continue Reading →

Centinex – Death In Pieces (Agonia)

Some bands pass us by which is often a sad state of affairs, but it’s only natural. You might be a massive Black Metal fan but never really got into Immortal and all of that is okay. Music isn’t just… Continue Reading →

Forgotten Tomb – Nihilistic Estrangement (Agonia)

Well it’s estranged times for all of us but thankfully this has not stopped Italian outfit Forgotten Tomb from knocking up their tenth album, even if it does mean a planned tour with Vanhelga and Totalselfhatred (which I would have… Continue Reading →

Deranged – Deeds Of Ruthless Violence (Agonia)

Music is much like a fine wine, the best is often in the vintage. I mean, don’t get me wrong new is good too (I’d be a pretty awful reviewer if I hated anything modern). Yet still it’s often the… Continue Reading →

Hour Of Penance – Misotheism (Agonia)

A few years back I couldn’t be bothered with all that Tech nonsense. Truth be told a lot of it still washes over me now, especially when we’re talking about artists like Tesseract and Periphery. It’s like I enjoy it,… Continue Reading →

Visceral Disgorge – Slithering Evisceration (Agonia)

I’m having a whale of a time right now, 2019 is one of the strongest years for music in a long time. I’ve divulged into so much from the killer records of Rammstein, Tool and Equipoise to Pop records and… Continue Reading →

Beheaded – Only Death Can Save You (Agonia)

I don’t make much of a secret of it, Brutal Death Metal to me is the pinnacle of music, aside from Iron Maiden of course, but that is another subject for another time. I first discovered Brutal Death Metal some… Continue Reading →

Blaze of Perdition – Near Death Revelations (Agonia)

“Just switch one letter to change the city”, reads the poster at Dublin airport. The city in question is Lublin in Poland, Blaze of Perdition’s city of origin, but I can’t imagine the tourist office was thinking of “Near Death… Continue Reading →

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