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Towards Atlantis Lights - Dust Of Aeons (Transcending Obscurity)

Towards Atlantis Lights – Dust Of Aeons (Transcending Obscurity)

Towards Atlantis Lights brings together members of various bands including Pantheist and Void Of Silence, who have crafted an album utilising experiences based on historic events. However, be under no illusion, this is no mere retrospective tale in the style of Iron Maiden; dark emotion.. Read More
Esoteric – Esoteric Emotions: The Death Of Ignorance (Aesthetic Death)

Esoteric – Esoteric Emotions: The Death Of Ignorance (Aesthetic Death)

Now this is a real relic and not that I want to make anyone feel old or anything but it was quarter of a century ago that we were first exposed to the hallucinatory musical trauma of Esoteric. I can’t remember when I first saw.. Read More
Wastes – Into The Void Of Human Vacuity (Code666)

Wastes – Into The Void Of Human Vacuity (Code666)

I had only just managed to get to this one around the release date but had been eyeing it up for a while liking the sound of the scant description of it being “Extreme Funeral DOOM metal inspired by filth, scum and everything dirty-related.” Noticing.. Read More
Doom Over London Part 3 – London Dome 27/3/16

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 a little bit of a.. Read More
Lychgate – An Antidote for the Glass Pill (Blood Music)

Lychgate – An Antidote for the Glass Pill (Blood Music)

Now, who doesn’t appreciate a massive organ? Lychgate certainly do, as theirs takes centre stage for album number 2, ‘An Antidote for the Glass Pill’. While not wanting to sound dismissive and flippant, when a particular instrument plays such a big role in a recording,.. Read More
Torrens Conscientium – All Alone with the Thoughts (Solitude)

Torrens Conscientium – All Alone with the Thoughts (Solitude)

Sumptuous, billowing melodic doom here from this young Ukrainian outfit, ‘All Alone with the Thoughts’ is a surprisingly deft and mature debut. The album artwork, title and song titles may be a little bit floppy (‘Being Lonely’? Really?) but we can put that down to.. Read More
Voices – London (Candlelight)

Voices – London (Candlelight)

London our city! The place we live whilst loving and loathing it in equal measure. Or is it equal? Maybe not as I think of the emotions and descriptors it best sums up in me. Fear, paranoia, agitation, disillusionment, schizophrenia, anxiety, stress, alienation, loneliness, greed,.. Read More
Landskap – I (Iron Bonehead)

Landskap – I (Iron Bonehead)

Normally this bonehead bangs fast and furiously with kvlt black metal of death in very limited formats but with Landskap they have something quite different and have got their doom, psyche and rock head on. If you live in London there is little doubt you.. Read More
Wijlen Wij -  Coronachs Of The Ω (Solitude Productions)

Wijlen Wij – Coronachs Of The Ω (Solitude Productions)

The first few moments of opening song ‘Boreas’ make you think that with Wijlen Wij you’re in for some serious Skepticism worship as the organ swells with the riff and fills the room. But then the clean vocals come in and you realise that this.. Read More
Esoteric – Vinyl Reissues (Aesthetic Death)

Esoteric – Vinyl Reissues (Aesthetic Death)

The thing that I have always loved about Birmingham spawned UK act Esoteric is their distinct uniqueness and their skill at turning music into art-forms beyond the scope of what one would anticipate. The emotions and atmospheres that they craft by their tortured sonic visions.. Read More
Skepticism & Pantheist at St Giles In The Fields Church, London – 28/01/12

Skepticism & Pantheist at St Giles In The Fields Church, London – 28/01/12

The last gig I attended in a church so I recall was when I sang in my junior school choir. Yes, houses of worship are not places I usually frequent and I never thought I would be seeing a band perform in one of my.. Read More