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Agrypnie – Grenzænger / Pavor Nocturnus (Supreme Chaos Records)

The term Post in music, for example Post-Punk, has developed greatly over the years. It’s a strange genre to try and describe but if you know, you know. Think of Post as an often dystopian, modernist or perhaps even experimental… Continue Reading →

Bonjour Tristesse – Your Ultimate Urban Nightmare (Lifeforce)

Bonjour Tristesse, originally, is a popular novel by Francoise Sagan published in 1954. I read it a long time ago and didn’t like it much. Too melodramatic. I could be mistaken of course, but I don’t think the German one-man… Continue Reading →

Melkor – Irrlicht (S/R)

Melkor has been for the most part a single man black metal project since its inception in 2004. This can mean a high degree of introspection and anger. There is some but what is remarkable about “Irrlicht”, Melkor’s second album,… Continue Reading →

Harakiri For The Sky – Aokigahara (Art Of Propaganda)

I have been to this place before courtesy of Frozen Ocean. The suicide forest or sea of trees in Japan is a place where many tread their final path to shuffle off this mortal coil. Ghostly, macabre, steeped in legend… Continue Reading →

Deadly Carnage – Manthe (ATMF)

I encountered this Italian black metal act in 2011 with the release of their second full length “Sentiero II – Ceneri” a rather strange and brooding mix of songs underpinned by black metal. Seven tunes occupy this third album and… Continue Reading →

Carrier Flux – Objection (Code666 Records)

I will hold my hands up and state that I’ve never really been a fan of one person black metal bands or any metal band for that matter. I’ve always felt that the artists were spreading themselves too thinly when… Continue Reading →

Chaos Invocation – Black Mirror Hours (World Terror Committee)

This bands debut, “In Bloodline With The Snake”, from 2009 was a worthy if predictable addition to the German black metal scene with harsh frostbitten rawness creating the purist view of black metal. Some four years later and we are… Continue Reading →

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