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Venowl: Patterns of Failure (Remaster)

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Venowl: Patterns of Failure (Remaster)

Music is an expression of self  often used to convey stories and feelings to, in a sense, inspire the listener. Most music is short and catchy with great hooks and emotional expressions that the listener relates to or at least enjoys hearing.  However, there’s a small percentage that should simply be reduced to an art performance. […]

Anathema: Distant Satellites

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Anathema: Distant Satellites

There really shouldn’t be an introduction to Anathema – a band who’s been experimenting with rock and metal since 19-fucking-90. Their 2012 release Weather Systems won great praise from critics and currently holds an average of 90% from six reviews on Metal-archives.com. Shit, with Distant Satellites being their 12th release, you would think they would run out […]

Doom: VS: Earthless

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Doom: VS: Earthless

A long time ago in a summer, far, far away, Draconian’s Turning Season Within came out and changed the game for my musical world.  Few albums since then have come close to matching the sheer amount of emotional significance that Turning Season Within invokes.  Johan Ericson, one of the masterminds behind such a fantastic album has his own […]

Emptiness: Nothing But The Whole

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Emptiness: Nothing But The Whole

Let’s start with punches; the Belgian black metal band Enthroned makes generic music. They’re one of many icons that represent the stagnation of black metal’s growth today by consistently spitting out bland black metal. The reason why this is discussed because two of the primary members of Enthroned are also a part of the band […]

Helmsplitter: Enraptured by Suffering

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Helmsplitter: Enraptured by Suffering

Battle jackets, cut offs, or a kutte, are denim or leather jackets adorned with band patches and/or pins, sometimes studs, and are often found at hardcore, punk, heavy or thrash metal concerts. Enraptured by Suffering just screams battle jackets. It feels purely wrong to listen to this album without one – similar to the feeling of […]

Quick and Dirty Reviews

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Quick and Dirty Reviews

Here we go again, folks, dirty reviews, and a hella dirty, poorly Photoshopped header taken from a forgotten Mexican horror film that probably involves wrestling.  Whenever we have a ton of things to dish out, and we need it done fast, hard, and dirty, we do this.  A paragraph with some blab and a score, […]

Teramaze: Esoteric Symbolism

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Teramaze: Esoteric Symbolism

When a band or record label says an album sounds like Tool, Metallica, Soilwork, and Devin Townsend, you can’t help but be skeptical and want to at least see if it matches up to such high expectations. This album…. does meet some of that hype – no doubt about that – but some of these […]

Dota 2: Thoughts 400 Hours In

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Dota 2: Thoughts 400 Hours In

It definitely needs to be said first that I, Cole Olson, have only played this game for 400 hours. That is it – 400 hours with probably around 50 alone dicking around with bots but do you know why I spent 100 hours dicking around with bots? Because I’ve heard such atrocious things about the […]

Den Saakaldte: Faen i Helvete

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Den Saakaldte: Faen i Helvete

Do you guys like oatmeal? Because this review is oatmeal based. Oatmeal is great because of all the varieties of food that it can be mixed with such as berries, peanut butter, yogurt, jelly, cinnamon, protein powders, etc,.. Black metal is oatmeal and this bowl has been prepared by Den Saakaldte with their album, Faen […]

Lions of Tsavo: Traverser

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Lions of Tsavo: Traverser

When using the Google machine to research these lads, the Wikipedia page for the actual lions of Tsavo appears. The story is rather brutal and suits the music well. Back in the day when they were building a railroad over the Tsavo River in Kenya, the British led by Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson, two […]

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