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The Soundbyte – Solitary IV (Temple of Torturous)

The Soundbyte – Solitary IV (Temple of Torturous)

Experimentation and avant-garde metal is what’s promised on this album by The Soundbyte, a project from Trond Engum out of Trondheim in Norway. What I heard at first were ambient sounds and the depiction of a bleak space. The symphony is not sharp but it.. Read More
Madder Mortem – Red In Tooth And Claw (Dark Essence)

Madder Mortem – Red In Tooth And Claw (Dark Essence)

Now this is a very welcome return! Although Madder Mortem never actually split up they have definitely been on what can only be described as serious hiatus. It was 2009-2010 when we last heard from them with album ‘Eight Ways’ and follow up EP ‘Where.. Read More
Manes – Be All End All (Debemur Morti)

Manes – Be All End All (Debemur Morti)

Manes undoubtedly come from the Norwegian planet, inhabited by Atrox, Green Carnation, Audrey Horne and others, where life is seen from an odd and oblique angle. My only previous exposure to this band, who have now released four albums and endless other bits in three.. Read More
Manes – Teeth, Toes and Other Trinkets (Debemur Morti)

Manes – Teeth, Toes and Other Trinkets (Debemur Morti)

The history of Manes is such that it could fill a whole review. Suffice to say that this band from Trondheim in Norway has been around on and off since 1993, since when it has developed from black metal roots to incorporate experimental, electronic and.. 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
Uncontrollable Urge – Dirge (Casket Music)

Uncontrollable Urge – Dirge (Casket Music)

Italians Uncontrollable Urge have a good hour to treat us to their “chaotic plot of genres” in which the audience is transported “a parallel dimension where irony mitigates all drama and anger that dominate their music”. Talk of such potential anarchy turns my mind to.. Read More