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REVIEW: Fucking Hands – EP: Coniecto Qui

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Temmes-based doom/sludge metal act FUCKING HANDS have release their first EP, “Coniecto Qui,” independently on December 26th, 2020. This is the follow-up to their...

Desolate Realm – Finnish Doom-Metal Duo Announce New Self-Titled Album.

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Just one year following the release of their promising debut EP "Unleash The Storm," Finnish doom-metal DESOLATE REALM are back with their first full-length album, which is set...

REVIEW: Marianas Rest – Fata Morgana

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From all genres in metal, Finland has its own unique twist in melodic metal. While old-school death metal shows no signs of slowing down...

Interview with Marianas Rest — “We had less pressure.”

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Finnish doom metal act MARIANAS REST were recently signed to Napalm Records for the release of their third full-length record, "Fata Morgana." The album...

REVIEW: Lake of Tears – Ominous

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Swedish Gothic metal band LAKE OF TEARS should need no introduction. Such excellent albums as “Headstone” (1995), “A Crimson Cosmos” (1997), or “The Neonai”...

(2011) KYPCK – Ниже (Lower): Anniversary Special

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KYPCK (pronounced as “kursk”) is a Finnish doom metal band founded in 2007, named after a town in Russia, mostly known for a tank...

REVIEW: Orbiter – EP: The Deluge

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ORBITER is a five-piece stoner doom band formed in Helsinki in late 2014, of which first EP, “The Deluge,” was released independently on January,...

REVIEW: Veil of Secrets – Dead Poetry

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VEIL OF SECRETS is a new doom-flavored metal endeavor hailing from Norway. It marks the long-awaited return of former TRISTANIA-singer Vibeke Stene, alongside Asgeir...

REVIEW: Shores of Null – Beyond the Shores (On Death and...

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SHORES OF NULL is an Italian doom metal band founded in 2013. After releasing two acclaimed albums via Candlelight Records - “Quiescence” in 2014...

REVIEW: My Dying Bride – EP: Macabre Cabaret

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Earlier this year, we were treated to beautifully melancholic “The Ghost of Orion,” an album that features one of Aaron Stainthorpe’s best vocal performances...

REVIEW: Draconian – Under a Godless Veil

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Autumn is the perfect season to enjoy some well-crafted doom metal with a palpable gothic tinge to it. And with their latest offering, titled...

REVIEW: Pallbearer – Forgotten Days

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What started as an underground doom metal band with tremendous potential, is now set to release one of the most anticipated doom albums of...

REVIEW: Draconian – Under a Godless Veil (Musicalypse Archive)

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A romantic darkness in the form of doom/death with a gothic touch is the best way I can sum up DRACONIAN, a rather unique Swedish...

REVIEW: Oceans of Slumber: Oceans of Slumber (Musicalypse Archive)

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Inspiration comes from all sorts of sources and sometimes, things need to be broken and allowed to resolve to a natural conclusion. OCEANS OF SLUMBER tries...

Interview with Oceans of Slumber — “As the songs came to...

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After the release of "The Banished Heart," OCEANS OF SLUMBER tackled a drastic change in lineup. With fresh members, the band worked and came...

REVIEW: Oceans of Slumber – Oceans of Slumber

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Nothing is more powerful than a band naming an album after themselves. In the case of the American progressive metal act OCEANS OF SLUMBER,...

REVIEW: Silentium – Motiva

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The last time we heard of Finnish Gothic metal band SILENTIUM was in 2008 with the release of their fifth studio album, “Amortean.” After...

REVIEW: Hinayana – EP: Death of the Cosmic

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Sounding more in line with the European stylings of melodic death metal than with anything similar coming from the United States, the Texas-based melodic...

REVIEW: Mercury Circle – EP: The Dawn of Vitriol

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Metal as a genre has existed for approximately half a century and even though a lot of bands have accepted that almost everything has...

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...