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Obscure Infinity - Dawn of Winter (F.D.A. Rekotz)

Obscure Infinity – Dawn of Winter (F.D.A. Rekotz)

This is a reissue of the German death metal bands debut album, original out on Obscure Domain Productions, an album I actually reviewed 7 years ago too. There are no changes, no fillers, no remastering, it’s simply a re-release. Its old school as you may.. Read More
Rude - Remnants…  (F.D.A. Rekotz)

Rude – Remnants… (F.D.A. Rekotz)

`Remnants…’ is the second full length studio album from Californian crew Rude, and it is quite a bone-crushing release I can tell you! Forget sunshine, forget glamour; this band sound like they live in a cold, dark, filth-smeared wasteland. This, folks, is an output of.. Read More
Replacire - Do Not Deviate (Season Of Mist)

Replacire – Do Not Deviate (Season Of Mist)

Bringing a hybrid of progressive and technical death metal with copious amounts of fusion elements to it, Boston based Replacire are one of a multitude of bands out there who for, the next wave of technical based metal. Following up their 2012 debut “The Human.. Read More
Fell Ruin - To The Concrete Drifts (I Voidhanger)

Fell Ruin – To The Concrete Drifts (I Voidhanger)

This is apparently the second release from US band Fell Ruin, but the first full length and the first I’ve heard of them. What’s within? Well ‘Respire’ is the acoustic guitar intro which takes route A and simply stops before a couple of solemn drum.. Read More
Haxxan – Loch Ness Rising (Hells Headbangers)

Haxxan – Loch Ness Rising (Hells Headbangers)

What fresh faced devilry do we have here then? Well fresh by name only, the faces behind this recent project are foul and rotting especially that of frontman Killjoy who should need no introduction. His most well-known outfit Necrophagia seem stuck in a bit of.. Read More
Départe – Failure, Subside (Season Of Mist)

Départe – Failure, Subside (Season Of Mist)

Tasmania, somewhat cut off from the rest of the world and with no shortage of angry and extreme musicians it would seem. There definitely seems to be a bit of an underground scene there and it never surprises me when something new turns up as.. Read More
Evil Spirit – Cauldron Messiah (Terror From Hell Records)

Evil Spirit – Cauldron Messiah (Terror From Hell Records)

Let’s start at the intro – ‘Him The Almighty Power’.  Almighty he may be, however in this instance he sounds like a rambling and no doubt cider addled ‘Harry Ramp’ warbling on about fuck knows what before seguing into what, to these ears anyway, sounds.. Read More
Mussorgski – Creatio Cosmicam Bestiae (Godz Ov War)

Mussorgski – Creatio Cosmicam Bestiae (Godz Ov War)

How…? What the..? Where did these guys come from? Ok, ‘this guy,’ more accurately. And the short answer is ‘Poland’ but that’s the answer to a lot of other questions too and the word ‘Poland’ is not really going to explain much about Mussorgski. At.. Read More
ONO - Reconstruction and Synthesis (The House Of What You See)

ONO – Reconstruction and Synthesis (The House Of What You See)

The only Slovakian music I knew about until now was by Abbey ov Thelema, and that’s extreme. If this monster from ONO, the band of a gentleman who operates under the name of Twisted, is anything to go by, this isn’t a country which caters.. Read More
Revocation - Great Is Our Sin (Metal Blade)

Revocation – Great Is Our Sin (Metal Blade)

Back in 2000, a band called ‘Cryptic Warning’ was formed in Boston, Massachusetts. Inspired by bands such as Metallica and Guns N Roses, this entity went on to record one album but founder David Davidson wasn’t happy with the sound, direction or production despite the.. Read More
Dysemblem – Strength Of Giants (S/R)

Dysemblem – Strength Of Giants (S/R)

Worshipping the old ways and apparently having been in the metal scene for over 20 years Aees is originally from Greece but resides in London. Dysemblem may well be a new name for you, as it was for me and this is the debut album.. Read More
Lords of the Cemetery – Citipati (Great Dane)

Lords of the Cemetery – Citipati (Great Dane)

There’s something about duos in extreme metal that guarantees sheer, heavy brilliance. Whether it’s the pioneering, black metal tones of Darkthrone or the beautifully harrowing grind of Anaal Nathrakh, you can never go wrong with a decent duo. Naturally, Frenchmen Reno Cavadaski and the rather.. Read More