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Nattravnen – Kult Of The Raven (Transcending Obscurity Records)

Nattravnen – Kult Of The Raven (Transcending Obscurity Records)

When I was a young(ish) lad in the mid-eighties I used to love King Diamond. I was a big fan, not so much of the marmite vocals but of the way each album told an original horror story from beginning to end. I used to.. Read More
Demonbreed – Hunting Heretics (Testimony Records)

Demonbreed – Hunting Heretics (Testimony Records)

When we think of Death Metal what exactly springs to mind. In an age where almost every artist can be boxed into an unending array of genres how does one achieve sole dedication to one tag? It is almost comical that now it is so.. Read More
Calcined – Discipline (Great Dane)

Calcined – Discipline (Great Dane)

Yet again I am here to bring you more Death Metal and this time I wish to answer the question what makes Death Metal so appealing? Well to be frank all genres of Metal are ridiculously broad so as far as I’m concerned when you.. Read More
Aborted & Cryptopsy - Manchester Rebellion 1/12/18

Aborted & Cryptopsy – Manchester Rebellion 1/12/18

Due to the gridlocked, stagnant traffic through Manchester City Centre, possibly due to the Manchester City post-match traffic, or even just festive commuters, it took me 95 minutes to travel the last 4 miles to the venue, thus missing Unfathomable Ruination and Ingested. I was.. Read More
The Monolith Deathcult - V2 Vergelding (Human Detonator Records)

The Monolith Deathcult – V2 Vergelding (Human Detonator Records)

Although their music is nothing short of lethally serious Dutch nutters The Monolith Deathcult have a rare sense of humour in the death metal scene and have never been above cracking the odd joke at their expense either. V2 Vergelding (and pronunciation of the album.. Read More
Master – Vindictive Miscreant (Transcending Obscurity)

Master – Vindictive Miscreant (Transcending Obscurity)

What came first the Death or the Black? And other age old Metal questions with variable answers that have no doubt caused a riot of arguments across internet forums over the years. Yet it is to Death Metal we look today and some very classic.. Read More
Chapel Of Disease – And As We have Seen The Storm, We Have embraced The Eye (Van Records)

Chapel Of Disease – And As We have Seen The Storm, We Have embraced The Eye (Van Records)

I’ve been a big fan of Chapel Of Disease since their 2012 debut album “Summoning Black Gods” and I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing that and their second album,  2015’s amazing  “The Mysterious Ways Of Repetitive Art” for one website or another. These Germans have.. Read More
Obliteration - Cenotaph Obscure (Indie)

Obliteration – Cenotaph Obscure (Indie)

Norway placed itself upon the metallic map with its infamous Black Metal scene, something which really took Metal to new Extreme heights. Yet beneath all that there is a rich Death Metal scene. Even Darkthrone’s debut Soulside Journey took a Death Metal path, and Varg.. Read More
Spearhead – Pacifism Is Cowardice (Invictus)

Spearhead – Pacifism Is Cowardice (Invictus)

A quick browse of t’internet tells us that Spearhead are from “southern England”, though we’re unable to identify specifically if they’re pointy-headed fucks from Cornwall, bumpkins from the West country, Mockneys from the home counties, toffs from Surrey, or wide boys from Essex. Aside from.. Read More
Corpsessed - Impetus Of Death (Dark Descent)

Corpsessed – Impetus Of Death (Dark Descent)

After a debut the prospect of writing more material can seem daunting, was the first album a fluke? Can the band top it? And so forth. However there is also a grip of excitement, of pastures new and paths untrodden. A time to make new.. Read More
Godskill - The Gatherer Of Fear And Blood (MDD Records)

Godskill – The Gatherer Of Fear And Blood (MDD Records)

For a band that formed this decade, Godskill certainly have the feel of the angry ’90s about them, but tempered with a touch of the melodiously intricate. This is their second album after their well-received début in 2016, containing eight rather varied tracks. A very.. Read More
Embryonic Cells – Horizon (Apathia)

Embryonic Cells – Horizon (Apathia)

Hailing from France Embryonic Cells have been spreading darkness since 1994. It took them 13 years to release an album. Horizon is their fourth album since 2007 and is actually a lot of fun. This is no bleak , orange squeezing underground release. This is.. Read More