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Sloth Herder / Horde of the Eclipse – Split CD

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Sloth Herder / Horde of the Eclipse – Split CD

Let’s give ourselves a splitting headache.  Are you ready to understand what it’s like to have split-personality disorder?  Can we think of any other clever usages of the word ‘split’ that doesn’t involve a direct understanding of the term in relationship to music?  No, it stops right here, right now.  Now we get to being serious. […]

Zom – Flesh Assimilation

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Zom – Flesh Assimilation

Raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!  Ever just want to do that?  Ever just want to scream the scream of sacrilegious pleasure when you come across something so absolutely filthy, so disgustingly, awfully corrupt it defines your entire existence as a thing of the soil?  You worm, do you not know of Zom?  Zom come from Ireland and their sound […]

Centinex – Redeeming Filth

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Centinex – Redeeming Filth

This was a day when we wanted to feel manly, or womanly.  It was a day to break down gender barriers, to enter a world where everyone can be beast and the image is not restricted to false presentations in the media.  This is that day.  This is the day when you toss things around […]

Theologian – Some Things Have To Be Endured (LP Edition)

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Theologian – Some Things Have To Be Endured (LP Edition)

It’s time for some of The Blast (our ‘hey there buddy’ nickname for Crucial Blast), perhaps one of the most underrated underground labels currently, with powerhouses like Gnaw Their Tongues under the belt, bursting at the seams.  Theologian is relatively new in the scene of death industrial, though that tag doesn’t necessarily describe him.  In […]

Bog Oak – A Treatise On Resurrection And The Afterlife

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Bog Oak – A Treatise On Resurrection And The Afterlife

God damn take a breath before you finish trying to say the title of this one.  It’s so blasted long there’s probably a new law that will be on the books in about ten years after it passes through the House, provided the dichotomy of idiocy up in there gets with it.  It shall thus […]

Old Lines – No Child Left Behind

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Old Lines – No Child Left Behind

After all that Thanksgiving indulging where we questioned the existence of such a cool-to-hate-on holiday (for a number of a reasons), we were in the mood for a full-course serving of several overly-filling genres at once.  Like a turkey that’s been brined for a week in cigarette butts and street water, we were looking for […]

Jessica93 – Rise

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Jessica93 – Rise

Goth night.  Let’s all hide in the corners and stare at our sneakers whilst viewing the more courageous of dark dwellers engaging in the dance of Goth, faces painted, hair dyed in deep colors, chains around their necks, fishnets down to heels, let us watch.  Let us brood about all things that require pills, and […]

Вий – S/T

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Вий – S/T

We were just totally in the mood for something terribly ugly today.  This one was actually discovered by accident, after checking out the Facebook page of SaturninE, who we reviewed only a few weeks ago.  Вий was an act playing with them in Italy for an underground doom gig that came up in the feed, […]

Panychida – Grief for an Idol

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Panychida – Grief for an Idol

Good pagan metal, where art thou?  Any time this guy right here has an urge to release the catharsis of the pagan somewhere deep in his being, he goes straight to Eastern Europe.  Partially because his roots lie there, partially because he can speak one Eastern European language and understand some others, and also partially […]

Oyaarss – Zemdega

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Oyaarss – Zemdega

Could have sworn we reviewed Oyaarss’ last release, but apparently it was too old for our little two-year rule when it came in.  Well, since we didn’t, here’s a quick summary and introductory statement for his newest album, Zemdega, which we can, in fact, review.  So that last one, spectacular, an incredible mix of ambient with […]

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