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REVIEW: Harakiri for the Sky – Mære

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HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY is an Austrian post-black metal band that has been making waves as pioneers in the scene since their debut back...

REVIEW: Curse Upon a Prayer – Infidel

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CURSE UPON A PRAYER is a Finnish black metal band founded in Tornio in 2010; “Infidel” is their third full length, released on April...

REVIEW: Horna – Kuoleman Kirjo

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Throughout approximately 25 years of creating chaotic ferocious sounds, HORNA has always been consistent in incorporating traditional Finnish black metal elements. The almighty founding...

(2011) Moonsorrow – Varjoina kuljemme kuoleiden maassa: Anniversary Special

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Following the release of 2003's "Kivenkäntäjä," Finnish Viking/pagan/black metallers MOONSORROW started to become known as one of the best pagan metal bands to come...

(2011) Ajattara – Murhat: Anniversary Special

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AJATTARA, founded in the mid '90s in Helsinki is, in my opinion, one of the most innovative bands in the Finnish black metal scene:...

REVIEW: Havukruunu – Uinuos Syömein Sota

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Finnish paganism will remind you of a lot of things: the local animistic protector deity Haltija, the god of thunder Ukko, and the belief...

REVIEW: Scour – EP: Black

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Even without the live music scene, the world of heavy metal has an oversaturation of bands releasing albums on a weekly basis. As such,...

REVIEW: Sólstafir – Endless Twilight of Codependent Love

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Icelandic band SÓLSTAFIR just released their latest studio album, poetically titled “Endless Twilight of Codependent Love.” The band is known for their rebellious songwriting,...

REVIEW: Antipope – Apostle of Infinite Joy

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With a name like ANTIPOPE, you'd expect maybe something like BEHEMOTH – blasphemous black-metal ripping holy books to shreds either literally on stage or,...

REVIEW: Oenos – Musta III

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Nebuchadnezzar was the longest-reigning monarch of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, presented in Giuseppe Verdi's opera Nabucco as a brutal, hawkish, and despotic ruler. The Bible...

REVIEW: Anaal Nathrakh – Endarkenment (Musicalypse Archive)

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Violence, brutality, and a complete lack of compromise - just some of the terms that can be used to describe ANAAL NATHRAKH, a British...

REVIEW: Sepulchral Curse – Only Ashes Remain

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It seems like Finland has two major genres of metal: melodic death metal and everything else (symphonic, Gothic, metalcore, pop-rock, black metal) as the...

REVIEW: Vous Autres – Sel de Pierre

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The famous Swiss psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung, once said, ”knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other...

5.9.2020 Behemoth: In Absentia Dei Livestream @ Pisarzowice (Musicalypse Archive)

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During this coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen quite a few bands broadcast live streams from a wide variety of locations. We’ve seen empty barns, rehearsal...

REVIEW: Black Crown Initiate – Violent Portraits of Doomed Escape (Musicalypse...

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One of the most beautiful things about progressive metal is simply how many forms it can take, from a sound that verges on rock...

REVIEW: Gaerea – Limbo

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GAEREA is a black metal five-piece band from Portugal founded in 2016. The upcoming full length, ”Limbo,” is going to be published on 24...

Interview with Carach Angren – “The only way to become immortal...

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In preparation for their latest release, "Franckensteina Strataemontanus," we've had a great chat with the band's vocalist and guitarist, Seregor, who's given us a...

REVIEW: Mora Prokaza – By Chance

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MORA PROKAZA is a duo from Minsk, Belarus, whose latest full length, ”By Chance,” released via Season of Mist, clearly proves how wide and...

REVIEW: Forgotten Tomb – Nihilistic Estrangement

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FORGOTTEN TOMB is an Italian doom/black metal band established in 1999 as Herr Morbid’s solo project, shortly after developing into a four-piece line up...

REVIEW: Carach Angren – Franckensteina Strataemontanus

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The uniqueness of the Dutch symphonic black metal band CARACH ANGREN cannot be overstated and after almost a month's delay due to the current...