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Agusa – Två (The Laser’s Edge)

Agusa are a psychedelic progressive rock band from Sweden. Reading their story, they formed in 2013 as a kind of organic project where they sat in a forest, played 70s prog and took it from there. This two track album… Continue Reading →

Evoke Thy Lords – Boys! Raise Giant Mushrooms in Your Cellar – Solitude

Sometimes I get pissed off at having to review yet another cookie cutter, cookie monster vocal dominated download, and I seriously consider ditching this reviewing lark; this is definitely not one of those times folks. Evoke Thy Lords are one… Continue Reading →

Purson – In the Meantime (Machine Elf)

Critically acclaimed ‘The Circle and the Blue Door’ cemented Purson as one of the UK’s greatest retro-psychedelia acts. Emerging from a hazy cloud of hookah smoke, the five-piece are back with EP ‘In the Meantime’. Rosalie Cunningham’s vocals are placed… Continue Reading →

Blood Ceremony – The Eldritch Dark (Rise Above)

Two of the finest bands of their ilk Blood Ceremony and Jex Thoth are both poised on releasing new albums within a couple of weeks of each other so if you are a fan of female fronted, occult doom you… Continue Reading →

Zgard – Astral Glow (Bad Moon Man Music)

Back in the day, it was unlikely the flute would make it into the line-up of any decent heavy metal band. To most heavy metal fans it is the aural equivalent of chewing on a lemon. The flute, like its… Continue Reading →

Evoke Thy Lords – Drunken Tales – Solitude Productions

The first time I listened to this album I thought “what the fuck is going on with my computer?”  The vocals were lost in the mix, so it must have been a problem with the equaliser (fans of Edward Woodward… Continue Reading →

Valknacht – Chants De Guerre (CDMR)

60 minutes plus of pagan black metal is not something I would generally be enthralled about, but Canada’s Valknacht kept me occupied with ease throughout this albums duration. As with all pagan influenced albums this starts with battle like noises… Continue Reading →

The Massacre Cave -The Ninth Wave (Self Released)

Referring to the fact that there are only four boats per week in winter from their native Isle of Eigg in the Hebrides, one of the band members of The Massacre Cave commented “if one is cancelled and we have… Continue Reading →

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