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Wiegedood - De doden hebben het goed III (Century Media)

Wiegedood – De doden hebben het goed III (Century Media)

If you have been keeping an eye on these oddly sounding named Belgians you will probably be expecting greatness from this the 3rd part of their trilogy of “the dead.” Yeah you could even compare to Night, Dawn and Day really and all three of.. Read More
Dreamarcher -  Harding (Indie)

Dreamarcher – Harding (Indie)

I have no idea what is going on here. Not really. Oslo band Dreamarcher are a completely new name to me. This short EP is apparently a concept EP about the town Harding and its history, particularly around industrialisation. Most significantly though there is a.. Read More
Amenra – Mass VI (Neurot)

Amenra – Mass VI (Neurot)

Amenra have achieved cult status in their near two decades of existence, unleashing a sound that manages to unearth a deep and profound beauty within darkness, building their notoriety with every release of a Prayer, Mass or Sermon, alongside strong foundations for Church of Ra,.. Read More
Syndrome – Forever and a Day (ConSouling Sounds)

Syndrome – Forever and a Day (ConSouling Sounds)

Masterminded by Amenra’s Mathieu Vandekerckhov, ‘Forever and a Day’ is the second release from Belgian one man project Syndrome. Consisting of two tracks, totalling at just over 35 minutes, ‘Forever and a Day’ is a meditative experience that focuses more on crafting soul searching soundscapes.. Read More
Wiegedood – De Doden Hebben het Goed II (Consouling Sounds)

Wiegedood – De Doden Hebben het Goed II (Consouling Sounds)

I had the pleasure of reviewing “De Doden Hebben het Goed” in 2015, and I was pleased to receive the sequel to listen to. The first part ingrained itself upon my psyche as a black metal album of great power, technique and precision. That same.. Read More
Amenra – Alive (ConSouling Sounds)

Amenra – Alive (ConSouling Sounds)

It’s rare that I break my rule of never writing in first person, however, I feel I should begin this review with a foreword. This was one of the most difficult reviews I have ever had to write. Trying to find the appropriate words and.. Read More
Interview - Damnation Festival - Paul Farrington

Interview – Damnation Festival – Paul Farrington

Back in the early 2000’s the state of the UK festival scene for metalheads was pretty dire. Sure you had small, low profile niche events which catered for specific tastes and subgenres and then you had Download which… Well put it this way, LiveNation haven’t.. Read More