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Bay of Blood

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Bay of Blood

Mario Bava has always been that Italian director false horror fans seem to overlook, instead latching onto Lucio Fluci for some damn reason, often without sufficient explanation.  Fulci, to his credit, was a rather prolific director with his hands over almost any genre you could think of, and today he has a cult following largely […]

Glorior Belli: Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls

Glorior Belli: Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls

Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls, the newest full length offering from French black metalers Glorior Belli, opens with a riff so similar to "Sunshine of your Love" by Cream, that, if it weren't for the fact that it's very clearly a knowing homage, could potentially result in a career demolishing lawsuit. Which isn't to say the […]

Portal: Vexovoid

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Portal: Vexovoid

Portal have always been one of those bands that caused line walkers to jump off the chasm and never return.  This means, we're not going to use the classic argument.  It's not a matter of "love them or hate them", it's not at all.  Portal doesn't give you an opportunity to sit any sort of […]

Mamiffer + Circle: Enharmonic Intervals (for Paschen Organs)

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Mamiffer + Circle: Enharmonic Intervals (for Paschen Organs)

Mamiffer & Circle have combined to create a joint production, Enharmonic Intervals (for Paschen Organ), a project which is experimental and completely different than what one would normally associate with the works of either Mamiffer or Circle separately, such as Mamiffer’s piano sketches or Circle’s metallic sound. This collaboration is largely lacking the characteristics that make these […]

Drive-In Massacre

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Drive-In Massacre

After finding this tape at Goodwill for way less than you'd pay for it online, Drive-In Massacre left me only enjoying the cover art.  What could have been an interesting slasher just ends up a gimmick, a total goddamn gimmick.  There were a bunch of these films after the legendary Blood Feast was released in the 60s, and […]

Carcass: Surgical Steel

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Carcass: Surgical Steel

There is probably no album that better represents a step forwards and a step back than Surgical Steel, while removing any negative connotations of those phrases.  Let's not kill it by blanketing all of music, though, we don't give ourselves that much credit, but at least as far as metal is concerned these guys have done […]