• Emptiness - Not for Music
  • Emptiness

    Not for Music

    By Michael O'Brien | 18 January, 2017

    Belgium’s Emptiness are a hard band to satisfactorily categorise, being that they’ve evolved their sound rather drastically over the course of their now five full-length albums. From the black/death metal of their first two releases, t...

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  • Sepultura - Machine Messiah
  • Sepultura

    Machine Messiah

    By Chris Gibbs | 16 January, 2017

    I must admit, Roots was my very first exposure to Sepultura, and I loved it. I still do in fact. While I did delve into their past classics with Chaos A.D, Arise, and Beneath the Remains, I honestly did not spend a lot o...

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  • Teramobil - Magnitude of Thoughts
  • Teramobil

    Magnitude of Thoughts

    By Andrew McKaysmith | 10 January, 2017

    Many years ago I was listening to Cannibal Corpse's then new release Gore Obsessed. I was listening on my PC and without realising I managed to get the album to start playing via a 2nd multimedia application. So there I am...

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  • Mayhem - De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas Alive
  • Mayhem

    De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas Alive

    By Andrew McKaysmith | 07 January, 2017

    What is there possibly left to say about one of black metal’s most storied and notorious musical landmarks? Among the plethora of reviews and opinion pieces found both online and via the still traded fanzines from the period the album was co...

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  • Sentient Horror - Ungodly Forms
  • Sentient Horror

    Ungodly Forms

    By Andrew McKaysmith | 19 December, 2016

    According to their Facebook page, Swedeath purists Sentient Horror ironically hail from the town of Stockholm in New Jersey! So I guess one could say the band is showing its hand rather early.

    With that in mind, as I was perusing the album...

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  • Fetid Zombie - Epicedia
  • Fetid Zombie

    Epicedia

    By Simon Crawley | 14 December, 2016

    An album title like Epicedia comes across as being almost tongue in cheek, but then there is always the appropriate sense of stating the obvious that also works. Go ahead and spin this, the creation of renowned metal personality Mark Ridd...

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  • Verdun - The Eternal Drift's Canticles
  • Verdun

    The Eternal Drift's Canticles

    By Andrew McKaysmith | 02 December, 2016

    Verdun is an ancient city in the North East of France that played host to a particularly vicious and protracted battle on the Western Front during WW1. This battle is recognised as one of the most costly in terms of lives taken in human histo...

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