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Hell:On – Once Upon a Chaos…

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Hell:On – Once Upon a Chaos…

Experimentation is occasionally a path of ruin, irrespective of history and skill, a choice often made for the wrong reasons, or even when made for the right reasons it leads to abject failure.  It's a dangerous path, fraught with danger, covered in brambles leading up to steep cliffs where a single foothold means either progression […]

Kapitan Korsakov: stuff & such

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Kapitan Korsakov: stuff & such

Damn it, not again!  Not again!!!  You see, you look at the poorly Shooped (that means Photoshopped) cover, and you immediately write it off.  "Wow, nice, someone got the free download version of CS or something, that's nice, next!", you say to yourself, and come back to it as you get to the bottom of the […]

Czar: No One Is Alone If No One Is Alive

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Czar: No One Is Alone If No One Is Alive

Jason Novak is the Rodney Dangerfield of the Chicago industrial scene. Mention Acumen Nation to most fans of either extreme metal or industrial rock, and chances are good no one’s heard of them, and if they have they, they tend to have very polarised opinions about them. This is mostly due to the fact that […]