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ERDVE release first track and album details of “Savigaila”

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ERDVE release first track and album details of "Savigaila." Check it out here...

Regarde Les Hommes Tomber release full live performance from Roadburn Redux.

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Regarde Les Hommes Tomber release full live performance from Roadburn Redux. Check out the live set here...

Nero Di Marte release “L’Arca” and “Sisyphos” live from Roadburn Redux.

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The Italian experimentalists of NERO DI MARTE have released a live video for the tracks "L'Arca" and "Sisyphos," which were recorded during the band's set at Roadburn Redux on April 16–18. Check out the video here...

Season of Mist sign epic horror metal act Opera Diabolicus.

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Season of Mist sign epic horror metal act Opera Diabolicus. More info here...

REVIEW: Vreid – Wild North West

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Sognametal is a particular breed of atmospheric, folk-infused metal that combines Scandinavian folklore and mythology with somewhat old-schoolish black metal aesthetics. The term was...

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: Sólstafir – Endless Twilight of Codependent Love (Musicalypse Archive)

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Baphomet is the goat-headed deity that represents the Devil on one of the Major Arcana cards in the Tarot deck. Below his massive figure,...

REVIEW: Crippled Black Phoenix – Ellengæst

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First, there is the lamenting trumpet, reminiscent of certain unforgettable soundtrack moments composed by Ennio Morricone, almost as if you'd just entered the spaghetti...

REVIEW: Obsidian Kingdom – Meat Machine

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OBSIDIAN KINGDOM is a progressive metal outfit hailing from Barcelona, Spain. Their previous release, “A Year With No Summer” (were they predicting 2020?), dates...

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...

REVIEW: Obsidian Kingdom – Meat Machine (Musicalypse Archive)

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OBSIDIAN KINGDOM is a band hailing from Barcelona, which defines their sound as “hard-to-classify heavy with plenty of contrasts.” These kinds of bands tend...

REVIEW: En Minor – When the Cold Truth has Worn...

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Phil Anselmo does not need any introduction, as his status is well known to pretty much anyone who’s into metal music. His reputation as...

REVIEW: The Devil’s Trade – The Call of the Iron Peak

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I hadn't yet heard of THE DEVIL'S TRADE before I received their promo material. I don't know what it was that drew me to...

REVIEW: Septicflesh – Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX

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Concerts have been off the table for a couple of months now and ever since, there have been a plethora of other things metal...

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...

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: 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...

Vreid host streaming concert

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With the world at a standstill and all shows for 2020 canceled, VREID decided to open the gates and invite you all to their...

Interview with … And Oceans — “I think it’s time to...

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The year was 1995, the fumes of Scandinavian black metal were poisoning the air and the second wave of black metal had taken a...

… and Oceans premiere new song “The Dissolution of Mind and...

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Symphonic black metal formation …AND OCEANS have released the first track of their new album. "The Dissolution of Mind and Matter" was premiered on...