Album Reviews

Aosoth - IV: An Arrow In Heart

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AOSOTH is a good band for anyone in search for Black Metal that is deeply rooted in the past, but definitely not muddy neither repeating. Something that is able to boldly stand in the present having darkness coming out of every musical note.

Written by Yiannis Doukas Wednesday, 05 June 2013 12:48

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Brutus - Behind The Mountains

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The words ‘mostly anticipated’ do not even come close to describe my excitement waiting to listen to this album. I still remember, three years ago, the moment I was firstly introduced to these Scandinavians’ addictive tunes of their self-titled debut that marked my mind and soul for good with their classic 70s Heavy Rock-driven sound. I instantly purchased a copy of “Brutus” and worn it down with multiple spins, waiting for the highly-promised sophomore album to emerge. Many moons have risen and set since, and here I am, browsing for hours the tangy cover artwork of “Behind The Mountains”, BRUTUS’ second album, which, as you can imagine, made me wondering what the heck is hiding behind the colorful mountains...

Written by Maria Voutiriadou Sunday, 02 June 2013 21:30

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Antigama - Meteor

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There is absolutely no doubt that Poland has a long tradition in the extreme Metal scene providing great albums that are characterized with hearty brutality. So, whenever an album falls into my hands with Poland as the point of origin gets into my to-check-list without thinking at all. One of the most recent addition is the new ANTIGAMA album that is already out there under the one-word title “Meteor”. This album has hit the stores almost four years after “Warning” marking at the same time the return of the band to SelfMadeGod Records.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Sunday, 02 June 2013 21:24

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Svartsyn - Black Testament

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Black Metal has changed many faces and in many cases has grown into something different than its primitive form that nowadays is called old-school. Still, there are bands out there nourishing the prime version of Black Metal keeping the underground scene alive and one of them is the one-man act SVARTSYN. “Black Testament” happens to be SVARTSYN’s seventh offering that is already out there as the successor of the pretty good “Wrath Upon The Earth”.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Sunday, 02 June 2013 21:21

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