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Sykelig Englen – To Walk Among Death And Pestilence (AHPN)

I spend a lot of time lately going down the rabbit hole that is the underground UKBM scene via a combination of odd leads, distros and the tangle that is Bandcamp. It’s a weird and scary place at times but… Continue Reading →

Nachtzeit – Sagor I Natten (Nordvis)

I was having a good laugh (to myself as nobody else was listening) about the amount of requests coming in to review limited edition teenage kvlt misanthropy demos released around the festive season. I certainly don’t follow any traditional bullshit… Continue Reading →

Legion of Andromeda – Iron Scorn (At War With False Noise / Unholy Anarchy)

Ting, ting, ting, dum, dum, dum, plod plod, plod, growl, growl, growl, thump, thump, thump, judder, judder, judder, gibber, gibber, gibber and repeat for 45 minutes and there ladies and gentlemen you have it, welcome to Legion Of Andromeda. I… Continue Reading →

Slidhr – Deluge (Debemur Morti)

Slidhr are Irishman J. Deegan, here helped out with drums by B. Einarsson and they have previously released an EP and a split before entering the dreaded ‘hiatus’. But back they are and this was recorded and mastered in Iceland… Continue Reading →

Goatcraft – All For Naught (Forbidden)

If you took one look at this album and had to guess, I reckon most of us would go for ‘old school black metal’ as the contents. An Ildjarn friendly racket? This however is actually, according to the PR, dark… Continue Reading →

Sturmtiger – Atomic Hammer (Old Cemetery Records)

Subtlety, hidden meanings, ballads: Yeah that’s the red squishy mess left behind when Sturmtiger roll over those concepts. Look: They are called Sturmtiger, they have a member of Necrosadistic Goat Torture in their ranks, have a b&w picture of a… Continue Reading →

Brume D’Automne – ST (Sepulchral Productions)

This second full length from the Quebecois duo of Athros and Nordet, who also play in Forteresse and Ur Falc’h respectively, has been a difficult album to review. I was keen to hear it because of the Forteresse connection, although… Continue Reading →

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