Adamus Exul – Arsenic Idols

June 28th, 2014 in Album Reviews0 Comments

There’s a lot of good black metal coming out of Australia recently, but except for maybe Astriaal I can’t think of any bands putting out material as furiously aggressive as that of relative newcomers Adamus Exul.
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Music Video Blast

June 24th, 2014 in Media0 Comments

If you have a few minutes to kill, why not check out the new music videos from Locrian and Beastmilk?
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Culted – Oblique To All Paths

June 19th, 2014 in Album Reviews0 Comments

This third ritual from Canadian doom group Culted is sludgey doom metal at its most oppressive.
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Show Review: Meshuggah / Between The Buried and Me

June 14th, 2014 in Live Warfare0 Comments

MusicalWarfare reviews Meshuggah‘s LA stop on their 25th anniversary tour..
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Dødsengel – Ecstatic Horror / Alongside Choronzon

June 13th, 2014 in Album Reviews0 Comments

After four years Norway’s Dødsengel has reissued two of their excellent older EPs on CD.
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Vinyl Review: Verdunkeln – Einblick in den Qualenfall

June 10th, 2014 in Vinyl0 Comments

Check out the vinyl version of Verdunkeln‘s Einblick in den Qualenfall.
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Ancient Ascendant – Echoes and Cinder

June 6th, 2014 in Album Reviews0 Comments

Remember the name Ancient Ascendant. With an accessible blend of death, black and thrash that fits perfectly into the modern metal scene, these guys feel like they have what it takes to make it big.
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Vinyl Review: Ondskapt – Dödens Evangelium

June 3rd, 2014 in Vinyl0 Comments

Take a closer look at the Osmose vinyl reissue of Ondskapt‘s 2005 release Dödens Evangelium!
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Neige et Noirceur – Gouffre Onirique et Abîmes Cosmiques

May 30th, 2014 in Album Reviews0 Comments

Montreal black metal entity Neige et Noirceur takes a more aggressive turn on their latest full-length.
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Lord Mantis – Death Mask

May 29th, 2014 in Album Reviews0 Comments

With the release of second full-length Death Mask, Chicago’s Lord Mantis can no longer be ignored. And I’m not just talking about the cover art.
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