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Downfall of Gaia – Ethic of Radical Finitude

Hailing from Germany and formed 2008, they present their 5th album. Downfall of Gaia are a melting pot of influences, taking pieces from many different genres and making them blend into a seamless onslaught which is full of unexpected twists and turns. There are several long pieces on this album …

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Solstafir – Audio, Glasgow – 30/10/2014

Autumn and winter are definitely seasons of great music events. Take the Solstafir tour, for example.  These Icelandic guys did not miss the chance to visit Scotland as well, so a Glasgow gig was a must. It was announced, that they would come here together with Spanish conquistadors Obsidian Kingdom …

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Cult Of Luna – Vertikal

Amidst all our genre squabbling and elitism, there exists a selection of bands who operate on metal’s outer limits. Elusive, erudite and enigmatic, they so staunchly avoid direct genre classification that it’s almost to their detriment. For Cult Of Luna, a five year gap has pervaded between 2008’s Eternal Kingdom …

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ISIS – Temporal

All of your favourite bands will break up. Story of our lives, isn’t it? You wade through hordes of soulless, inoffensive, unimaginative tripe and just before you give up all hope, you see a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of your new favourite band. You latch on …

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