Album Reviews

I Compagni Di Baal - I Compagni Di Baal

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In case you wonder if the Italian occult Doom Rock scene is still active, I have to inform you that it is and it comes strong with I COMPAGNI DI BAAL’s (a four-piece band from Ancona, named after a French TV mini-series from 1968) self-titled debut that, judging by the cover artwork, the content seems to be quite old-fashioned and obscure. So, if you love Paul Chain, DEATH SS, GOBLIN and stuff like that, you’ll be more than happy to deal with “I Compagni Di Baal” that is brimful of occultism and nice Hammond-vein tunes.

Written by Maria Voutiriadou Saturday, 06 October 2012 18:52

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Pastore - The End Of Our Flames

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PASTORE is the band surrounding singer Mario Pastore: a guy with quite a remarkable voice boasting broadened frequencies and some metallic passion in his performance.

Written by Grigoris Chronis Thursday, 04 October 2012 20:12

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Spiders - Flash Point

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Watching Gothenburg-based SPIDERS’ video clip for “Hang Man” (available below) and all those things happening in such a tiny attic, I was stocked; these guys surely know how bluesy Retro Rock should sound, dealing with the perfect portions of Punk and, of course, psychedelia (the Orange amps in the background surely give a hint to the potential listener).

Written by Maria Voutiriadou Thursday, 04 October 2012 20:09

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Sylosis - Monolith

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It’s been a while since I had listened to a good album belonging to the Gothenburg sound and I think this was due to the saturation of this scene where many bands were pretty much playing exactly the same music. So, without having high expectations, I got the brand new album from UK’s SYLOSIS to see if they had something new for me.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Thursday, 04 October 2012 19:59

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