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Ghast – Dread Doom Ruin (Todestrieb)

Ghast – Dread Doom Ruin (Todestrieb)

Further enforcing the notion that the UK currently has one of the strongest black metal scenes in the world are Swansea-based trio Ghast. This band has failed to get the media attention they deserve with debut ‘May the Curse Bind’ and although their follow up.. Read More
Zom – Demo MMXI (Invictus)

Zom – Demo MMXI (Invictus)

I caught the Fenriz approved Irish band Zom recently at Live Evil Festival and was pretty much blown away by their on stage presence and sound. They conjured up a fearsome brand of occult death metal that reminded a lot of the likes of Grave.. Read More
Darkthrone – Under a Funeral Moon (Peaceville)

Darkthrone – Under a Funeral Moon (Peaceville)

One of the most overlooked items in Darkthrone’s expansive back catalogue is undoubtedly ‘Under a Funeral Moon’. Sandwiched between the infamous ‘A Blaze in the Northern Sky’ and ‘Transylvanian Hunger’ it’s not difficult to see why this ’93 opus doesn’t get the attention it deserves,.. Read More
Darkthrone – A Blaze In The Northern Sky (Peaceville)

Darkthrone – A Blaze In The Northern Sky (Peaceville)

From the depths of the past arises this excellent edition of Darkthrone’s A Blaze In The Northern Sky, which still remains one of the most precious monuments of black metal history. Included is an extra DVD disc with Fenriz and Nocturno Culto explaining the role.. Read More
Darkthrone – Hate Them (Peaceville)

Darkthrone – Hate Them (Peaceville)

As we celebrate the news that Darkthrone are poised to release album number 15 ‘The Underground Resistance’ in February 2013 it is time to once more dip into their back catalogue which has been exhaustively reissued by label Peaceville. ‘Hate Them’ a nice cold and.. Read More
Aura Noir – Dreams Like Deserts (Peaceville)

Aura Noir – Dreams Like Deserts (Peaceville)

It must be that time of year I have four reissues that I’m currently reviewing and all are albums that have to some point either been missing in my life or are boosted with tracks that have not seen the light of day before. This.. Read More
Manilla Road – Invasion (Shadow Kingdom)

Manilla Road – Invasion (Shadow Kingdom)

There are some albums which I find difficult to grasp the nettle of how to review them. Case in point is Manilla Road’s 1980 debut Invasion. Basically if you’re a big fan you’ll have this already in one of its previous incarnations and if you.. Read More
Neptune Towers - Caravans To Empire Algol / Transmissions From Empire Algol (Peaceville)

Neptune Towers – Caravans To Empire Algol / Transmissions From Empire Algol (Peaceville)

More welcome re-issues from Peaceville here and I was stoked to receive these as had not heard them for a long time. Neptune Towers is the work of Fenriz of Darkthrone and shows him experimenting in a very different style than we are used to... Read More
Darkthrone - Plaguewielder (Peaceville)

Darkthrone – Plaguewielder (Peaceville)

Nestling between ‘Ravishing Grimness and ‘Hate Them’ Darkthrone originally released their eighth studio album ‘Plaguewielder back in 2001 on Moonfog Productions. It is the latest reissue from Peaceville and comes with new artwork and a bonus disc of ‘director’s commentary observations’ from the ever entertaining.. Read More
Deathhammer – Onward to the Pits (Hells Headbangers Records)

Deathhammer – Onward to the Pits (Hells Headbangers Records)

These Norwegian’s took my breath away a while back when they performed at the first Live Evil festival in London. Yes ok, it can be said that they first shot into the limelight living off a Fenriz (Darkthrone) band of the week recommendation (and their.. Read More

Darkthrone – Sempiternal Past – The Darkthrone Demos (Peaceville)

This 17 track re-mastered work is a re-release of early Darkthrone demos “Land of Frost” (1988), “A New Dimension” (1989), Thulcandra (1989) and Cromlech (1989), together with a couple of Norwegian TV live recordings and a 1999 track “God of Disturbance and Friction”. Most of.. Read More

Isengard – Vinterskugge (Peaceville Records)

Album (re-release with bonus commentary cd) When I first heard the music of Isengard, the solo project of Darkthrone’s Fenriz, it was like enlightenment. I guess it was about 10 years ago. I was into Black Metal and had heard a lot of Darkthrone, Mayhem,.. Read More