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Down Among The Dead Men – …And You Will Obey Me (Transcending Obscurity)

Whovians may know that the album title for this monster is also the name of a Big Finish audio production of a Dr Who tale involving one of Sci-Fi’s best villains, The Master. There have been a lot of incarnations… Continue Reading →

Johansson & Speckmann – From The Mouth Of Madness (Soulseller Records)

Want some old school dark death metal? Step right up and have a large slice of this, the fourth album / collaboration between bassist & vocalist Paul Speckmann (Master) and guitarist Rogga Johansson (Paganizer, Down Among The Dead Men….pretty much… Continue Reading →

Ursinne – Swim With The Leviathan (Transcending Obscurity Records)

Blimey, another belter from Transcending Obscurity Records here with the debut album from Ursinne. Right, for starters what’s an “Ursinne” and what’s this band all about? Well for starters “Ursinne” is a Swedish word for “rage” and the band is… Continue Reading →

Paganizer – Land Of Weeping Souls (Transcending Obscurity Records)

You can be as fancy and as hi-tech as you like but after fannying around with the latest fads, in the end you’ll go back to what you know. In a past life the Remmington 870 was my shotgun of… Continue Reading →

Interview – Dave Ingram (Audio)

“In a candid interview over a few beers, Mark Eve chats in depth with bona-fide death metal legend Dave Ingram.  Known for his unmistakeable vocal performances in bands such as Benediction, Bolt Thrower, Downlord, Echelon, Down Among The Dead Men… Continue Reading →

Echelon – The Brimstone Aggrandizement (Transcending Obscurity)

This is probably the last album review I’ll pen in 2016 for Ave Noctum and fuck me, what a belter to go out on! I could waffle on like normal with some sub Jeremy Clarkson prose but it’s Friday night… Continue Reading →

Johansson & Speckmann – Edge Of The Abyss (Soulseller)

If you look up “Busy motherfucker” in the Oxford English Dictionary, chances are you’ll be confronted by a photo of Swedish guitar lord Rogga Johansson. This bloke is in so many bands he makes Shane Embury look like a workshy… Continue Reading →

Paganizer – On the outskirts of Hades (Transcending Obscurity Records)

Ah, Paganizer! If you’ve been living under a rock somewhere, you may not know who this Swedish bunch of miscreants are. They’re probably best known as one of the bands of scene legend Rogga Johansson. You know? Rogga? Rogga of… Continue Reading →

Revolting – Visages Of The Unspeakable (FDA Rekotz)

Old Rogga Johansson’s a busy bloke. This must be the third album in as many months I’ve had through that he’s played on and he makes Shane Embury look like a bit of a lazy bastard. This is their fifth… Continue Reading →

Paganizer – Cadaver Casket (On A Gurney to Hell) (Cyclone Empire)

Yes it’s that man again, the one man SweDeath juggernaut Rogga Johansson, perhaps with his most recognisable outfit, the first vinyl release (although fans of the band will know this was given away free in a Swedish magazine in November… Continue Reading →

Interview – Down Among The Dead Men

The debut album from new band Down Among The Dead Men was a real revelation when Ave Noctum got our hands on a review copy; a real gnarled piece of crusty punk/metal with real songs and a cracking atmosphere to… Continue Reading →

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