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Sincarnate – In Nomine Homini (Hatework)

Sincarnate – In Nomine Homini (Hatework)

Romanian band Sincarnate cite their influences as Nile/Dissection/My Dying Bride, and the ominous tones of Portishead, and proudly wearing those on their sleeve, present their second full-length album ‘In Nomine Homini’. Raging death metal with a blackened soul, exhaling doom and mystical portance. Featuring professionally.. Read More
Necrowretch – Satanic Slavery (Season Of Mist)

Necrowretch – Satanic Slavery (Season Of Mist)

This French bands first two albums have been on my playlist regularly over the last few years as we now get a third album that sees the band strengthen their song writing into eight songs of blistering power and consummate sonic devastation. Coupled to that.. Read More
Stygian Temple – In The Sign Of The Five Angles (Sol Records)

Stygian Temple – In The Sign Of The Five Angles (Sol Records)

You kind of know what to expect from a cold, dark name like Stygian Temple and that’s just as well as these Germans don’t go down the normal public Internet route of giving much in the way of information away. Indeed we don’t even get.. Read More
Coldborn – Lingering Voidwards (Final Sacrifice Records)

Coldborn – Lingering Voidwards (Final Sacrifice Records)

Heading up this band is the extremely talented and creative Norgaath who has his black heart in various other bands and is accompanied on this release by Menthor (Enthroned) and also some guest vocal appearances by a couple of people I am unfamiliar with. This.. Read More
Netherbird – The Grander Voyage (Blacklodge)

Netherbird – The Grander Voyage (Blacklodge)

A bit of a rare treat, this one, all be told. I am an owner of the first of their four albums, “The Ghost Collector”, having bought it, bizarrely enough, in a second hand store in rural Norfolk (go figure). I’d never seen too much.. Read More
Vanhelga – Ode And Elegy (S/R)

Vanhelga – Ode And Elegy (S/R)

Before you read the review we are proud to be one of the websites asked to host the brand new accompanying video for “Utan Mening.”  The song used in the video, is the opening track from “Ode & Elegy, the band’s fourth full-length album, and it.. Read More
Serpents Lair – Circvmambulating The Stillborn (Hellthrasher)

Serpents Lair – Circvmambulating The Stillborn (Hellthrasher)

A certain shroud of mystery cloaks this lot. Apparently the band are from Sjælland Denmark but there’s no clue as to who the players are, not even the normal black metal initials for their names. One thing that is crystal clear is that their debut.. 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
True Black Dawn - Come The Colorless Dawn (World Terror Committee Productions)

True Black Dawn – Come The Colorless Dawn (World Terror Committee Productions)

It appears this Finnish black metal act has had to add the word true to their name due to some other band called Black Dawn that threatened legal action which is completely retarded. Still Mayhem added true to their name with no ill effects I.. Read More
War Inside - S.U.T.U.R.E. (Finisterian Dead End)

War Inside – S.U.T.U.R.E. (Finisterian Dead End)

For some reason I had an air of anticipation about this album that bordered on nervousness completely down to the band being from France as more often than not bands from there rarely have a rule book for their compositions as War Inside reveal their.. Read More
Whelm – A Gaze Blank And Pitiless As The Sun (Aesthetic Death)

Whelm – A Gaze Blank And Pitiless As The Sun (Aesthetic Death)

I think it’s fair to call Aesthetic Death a bit of a niche label and they are certainly one who go for quality over quantity as far as their releases are concerned. This time they have gone and unearthed a debut album from a now.. Read More
Sabhankra – Seers Memoir (Haarbn)

Sabhankra – Seers Memoir (Haarbn)

This Russian label may not release stacks of stuff but the bands they do seem to find always have an interesting quality about them and come from places that you would not always associate metal music with. The other album that arrived with this for.. Read More