Tag Archives: black metal

Review: Crawl – This Sad Cadav’r

Texas sludge/noise metal group Crawl bring us their latest opus, This Sad Cadv’r. This Sad Cadav’r is made up of three tracks, each simply titled ‘I’, ‘II’ and ‘III’. Maybe because it doesn’t need to go any further –  the songs easily speak for themselves. This EP is dark, dank and depraved. It is roughly 30 minutes of heavy, slow, ...

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Thy Worshiper

Thy Worshiper – Popiól (Introibo ad Altare Dei)

It was over two decades ago when black metal began to take a hold on the music scene in Poland. Bands such as Behemoth, Lux Occulta and Sacrilegium came to the forefront, as Thy Worshiper whose 1997 release Popiól (Introibo ad altare Dei) is being reissued by Arachnophobia Records. Remastered by Haldor Grunberg at Satanic Audio with new design work, the band are still active ...

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Furia - Ksiezyc Milczy Luty

Review: Furia – Ksiezyc Milczy Luty

Listening to many new albums as I do from RAMzine, I always find myself reviewing more foreign bands, maybe that’s because I love hearing various languages sung to some of my favourite genres, not the fact I have to give Google Translate a visit, as half the time it doesn’t give a good translation but at least it points you ...

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Mord’A’Stigmata – Hope

Mord’A’Stigmata release Hope, a follow-up to 2013’s critically acclaimed Ansia album on 17th February 2017 through Pagan Records. Originating from Poland’s ever-blooming black metal underground in 2004 and helmed by guitarist, composer and main visionary, Static, the band has maintained a reasonable distance from the main routes extreme music has followed, forming its identity year by year. Recorded at Studio 67 and featuring cover artwork by Bartek ...

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Furia Release Ksiezyc Milczy Luty

Furia, pioneers of nekro folk, a blend of black metal and European folk music, have released their fifth album Ksiezyc Milczy Luty – that roughly translates as “Moon Silent Severe” – on Pagan Records. Two years since their previous full length release, Nocel, the six tracks that encompass Ksiezyc Milczy Luty were recorded at Czysciec Studio and mixed by the band’s ...

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UR - Hail Death

UR – Hail Death

Featuring former members of Bloodthirst and Bloodstained, Polish black metal band UR have released their debut six track EP Hail Death on Arachnophobia Records. UR consist of the singularly named Gregor on guitars and vocals, Bony on bass, Kroll on drums and recorded Hail Death at Left Hand Sounds studio where it was produced and mixed by Marcin Rybicki (known for his work with In Twilight’s ...

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Angelcide breaks silence of 6 years

Former vocalist/guitarist of Maelstrom, Abazagorath has returned after a 6 year silence with his solo one man project, Angelcide. The original soul eating black metal band to hail from New Jersey, Angelcide released multiple demo’s since 2003 that eventually built up to the first full length release in 2009. Since this time, there has been complete radio silence from the ...

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Black metallers Khanus debut EP release

Khanus release their debut EP ‘Rites of Fire’ today, the 23rd of February with a sound of soul destroyed, blackened, death metal. Beginning back in 2015 by Sovereign (Wrathage/Selcouth) in expect massive death metal stories influenced by the likes of shamans and metaphysics, this blackened metal will give you the musical out of the world feeling. ‘Rites of Fire’ is ...

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Review: The Infernal Sea – The Great Mortality

It’s safe to say that black metal is an acquired taste. Some love it, some hate it, some just don’t ‘get’ it. That being said, throw all of your pre-conceived notions about the genre aside for just one moment and take a listen to the latest release by UK black metal maestros The Infernal Sea. The band have come off a ...

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Interview: Alan Cassidy, Black Dahlia Murder

The Black Dahlia Murder are currently on a tour across Europe in support of their latest album Abysmal which was released back in September 2015. We caught up with drummer Alan Cassidy prior to the doors opening for what was to be a fantastic night of quality metal in one of London’s most iconic music venues The Underworld in Camden. ...

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