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Negator signs with Massacre Records

NEGATOR signs with Massacre Records Germany’s extreme black metal quintet NEGATOR has signed with Massacre Records! Formed back in 2003, the band can look back on various released albums as well as countless gigs (with Behemoth, Belphegor, Marduk etc), tours (with Der Weg Einer Freiheit, Koldbrann etc) as well as …

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Lemuria reveal album details

LEMURIA reveal album details The Belgian symphonic black metal outfit LEMURIA has released details about their upcoming album “The Hysterical Hunt”! The concept album is set to be released on January 18, 2019 via Massacre Records, and tells a long forgotten tale about fear and monstrosity. “The Hysterical Hunt” was …

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P.H.O.B.O.S. – Phlogiston Catharsis

P.H.O.B.O.S. arrive with an eight track album ‘Phlogiston Catharsis’ that will tear up the rule book as regards defining genres in Metal The concept of Industrial Doom becoming a happy bedfellow with Black Metal is certainly an intriguing one, and P.H.O.B.O.S. have succeeded in ensuring that nuptials did indeed take …

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Et Moriemur – Epigrammata

Et Moriemur  break the mould with this stunning collection of tracks that together form the album ‘Epigrammata’ For those of us not previously overly familiar with the Czech Republic Doom scene, this is as good a way as any to get your feet wet. Drawing from the rich and plentiful …

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The Infernal Sea interviewed at Bloodstock 2017

  Never a band to hold anything back, The Infernal Sea laid waste to Bloodstock on the Thursday night We caught up with the guys on the Friday to see how things went, and to discuss the new material and the bands future plans https://www.facebook.com/theinfernalsea/    

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Bereft – Lands

        Four piece Bereft release an amazing four track album in the form of ‘Lands’   I just love the myriad of sub genres that Metal throws up, and Blackened Doom is one of my favourites. To be fair it’s possibly nothing new , the two genres …

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Karg – Weltenasche

              Weltenasche represents Karg’s  fifth full release since forming in 2006, and is one hell of a powerful record, brimming with so much technical wizardry and jaw dropping ‘punch’, a real beauty to behold I’m full of admiration for anyone that can sit down …

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Raventale – Dark Substance Of Dharma

    Hailing from the Ukraine, Raventale have been producing their brand of Atmospheric Black Metal for some ten years now. Each release builds on the previous in terms of story telling and substance, and gaining many new followers along the way. The latest offering, ‘Dark Substance of Dharma’ is …

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Lamentations Of The Ashen – Libertine Cyst

  American based solo project, Lamentations Of The Ashen return with a thunderous four track epic amalgamation of Funeral/Classic Doom and Black Metal that is as enjoyable as it is adventurous. One of the very few problems I have with the Black Metal genre in general, is that it can …

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Hic Iacet – The Cosmic Trance Into The Void

    This debut full length album has been on my radar for some time, ever since I stumbled across the ‘Prophecy Of Doom’ 7” that surfaced a while back, I had been chomping at the bit to see whether this project could continue to evolve. A full blown band, …

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Cult Of Fire – Ctvrta Symfonie Ohne

    Iron Bonehead Records have an uncanny ability and knack in unearthing some really fantastic Black Metal bands from around the world, and none come better than Cult Of Fire from the Czech Republic. This two track E.P. is basically a celebration and homage to the composer Bedrich Smetana, …

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Stahlsarg – Interview at Bloodstock 2014

      Stahlsarg played the Sophie Lancaster stage on the Sunday of this years Bloodstock Festival, and Planetmosh were there to chat post set and find out more about the performance, current and future plans, videos and much more     http://stahlsargofficial.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stahlsarguk

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Vardan – Enjoy of Deep Sadness

    The one man machine that is Vardan, can never be accused of resting on his laurels and watching time drift by. This album is the second release so far this year, continuing the trend of the three offerings made last year. It really interests me as to what …

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For Ruin, Overoth, Rex Shachath – Fibber Magees, Dublin, 15/02/14

Fibbers was under assault on Saturday night. Carnage Metal Club saw bands from the North and South convene for an aural attack on Dublin. Rex Shachath, Overoth and For Ruin were here to tell the Dublin boys to go home to their mammies –  I joke. Rex Shachath was the …

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Totengefluster – Vom Seelensterben

German Black Metal with a Symphonic twist ticks all the right boxes. Released a few months ago now, this is one album that I particularly feel should be worthy of further investigation from your part if you managed to let it slip under the radar upon its release. For a …

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Hel – Das Atmen der Erde (cd)

  Hel was founded in 1994 by Valdr, and became one of the first German Metal bands dealing with mythologic themes in their lyrics and music.  In 1997 Skaldir joined the band.  Two demos later, the first album Orloeg was released. In 2004 they released the long awaited follow up …

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