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REVIEW: Jess and The Ancient Ones – Vertigo

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If you're at all a fan of Finnish psychedelic rock, you are surely familiar with JESS AND THE ANCIENT ONES. Formed in Kuopio in...

REVIEW: Pågå – The Evil Year

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Swedish post-punk act Pågå released their new album, "The Evil Year," in November 2020, via Svart Records. Read the review here...

REVIEW: Suad – Waves

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Every now and then, an artist comes along who can outperform the volume of the distorted guitars of a stereotypical metal platoon with a...

REVIEW: Polymoon – Caterpillars of Creation

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Maybe I have been hanging around with a rather dubious musical companion during this strange pandemic, but somehow it's starting to feel as though...

REVIEW: Onsegén Ensemble – Fear

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It is not an everyday occurrence that a genuinely unique prog-oddity from the far north of Finland manages to challenge the weirdness factor of...

REVIEW: Dark Buddha Rising – Mathreyata

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Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day in the Western world, which is pretty odd, considering it occurs whenever a month begins on...

REVIEW: Skepticism – Alloy (Re-issued)

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Writing a review about a reissue surely has its own features: it’s a release that fans and supporters are already familiar with so, less...

REVIEW: Kairon; IRSE! – Polysomn

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One version of the Surrealist Manifesto reads something like this: "Surrealism is pure psychic automatism, by which one proposes to express, either verbally, in...

REVIEW: Aleah – Aleah

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Writing about a posthumous album might be quite insidious, since it has some specific implications and issues. In this case, the posthumous album happens...

06.01.2018 Svartfest II @ Klubi, Tampere (Musicalypse Archive)

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Some of you may be familiar with Svart Records, a Finnish record label that was founded in 2009. Svartfest, then, is the mini-tour of...

REVIEW: Hallatar – No Stars Upon the Bridge (Musicalypse Archive)

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As some of you likely know already, the tragic origin of HALLATAR is far from usual. After the untimely passing of singer-songwriter Aleah Starbridge...

REVIEW: Trees of Eternity – Hour of the Nightengale (Musicalypse Archive)

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Death is not an unfamiliar topic for the vast majority of metal bands, as most of them handle the subject in at least one...