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Barshasketh – S/T (World Terror Committee)

Most genres I tend to revel in all year round no matter the weather or temperament. Yet there is one that speaks to me mainly in the cold and frostbitten months, Black Metal. Befitting its sound and overall aura nothing… Continue Reading →

Cnoc An Tursa – The Forty Five (Apocalyptic Witchcraft)

If you turn on any news channel, on pretty much any day, you will see stories about religion inspired war, whether it be Israel, Syria or the frighteningly frequent terror attacks across the globe to name but a few. Sadly,… Continue Reading →

Doom Over London Part 3 – London Dome 27/3/16

It’s Easter Sunday and some thieving sod has gone and stolen an hour off us with the clocks going forward. Somehow people are here for the start of day 3 though and kicking it all off at 3PM are Landskap… Continue Reading →

Fuath – I (Neuropa)

Scottish band Saor are a name I have seen about although I don’t appear to have had the pleasure of hearing their two albums or catching them live. Recording wise they are helmed by Andy Marshall who has prolifically been… Continue Reading →

The Black Heart Rebellion – People When You See The Smoke, Do Not Think It Is Fields They’re Burning (9000 Records)

As my last review of 2015 this Belgian act has been around for a while and since their original hardcore/punk roots the band has evolved from those genres into something far more complex with this challenging and epically involved release…. Continue Reading →

Barshasketh – Ophidian Henosis (Blut and Eisen Records)

I had heard and read good things about this New Zealand / Scottish band so my hopes were high. To be sure this album, which is basically seven hefty untitled chunks of black metal, carves out its own world and… Continue Reading →

Lantlos, Fen, Falloch & Krawwl – London Boston Arms 23/9/13

A nice mellow post-black-gaze gig tonight not that anyone told the drinkers in the pub next door who are having a right old ding dong of it with the police as many turn up. First on the stage tonight are… Continue Reading →

Falloch – This Island, Our Funeral (Candlelight)

‘This Island, Our Funeral’ is the second album by the Scottish quartet comprising of Tony Dunn (Vocals, Guitar), Scott McLean (Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals), Ben Brown (Bass Guitar) and Steve Scott (Drums). I’m pretty certain that many of their countrymen should… Continue Reading →

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