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Australasia: Vertebra

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Australasia: Vertebra

As we found before with Australasia, the artwork doesn't tell you so much about what to expect.  It's like a blank cover to a two-thousand-page epic masterpiece of literature.  When we first came across this guy in his release Sin4tr4, there was a nice horsie on the cover, so we sadly ignored listening to it for […]

Trist/Lonesummer: Split

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Trist/Lonesummer: Split

The curse...of the split.  Splits can have this problem, if one band does reasonably well but the other is less so it can be a disaster.  And no one wants to be that band, the placeholder, there primarily so the definition of 'split' isn't violated.  Is this opener obvious enough?  Do you get it?  Not yet, […]

Germ: Grief

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Germ: Grief

We've argued this point countless times by now.  You either go classic and do it right, which is apparently impossible for some bands, or you do something new, you do something original, something that excites and confronts.  If you can't do either, we'll be more than happy to toss scores of 1.5 and 2.5 your […]

Černá: Restoring Life

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Černá: Restoring Life

Coming out of Kalamazoo, Michigan is Černá, a one-man instrumental, post-black metal band formed in 2011. Cody McCoy, the visionary behind Černá, is also the drummer for Death/Crust band Traitor and progressive death band Boreworm - both of which are great bands but are very unlike what he has created with Černá.   The first […]

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