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Being - I: Odes to Nothing

Artist: Being
title: I: Odes to Nothing
keywords: black metal, metal, krautrock, progressive metal, london
label: Super-Void http://super-void.com/

Without hesitation or buildup (in finer words; without the usual bullshit!) our hero of the day with the name of ‘Being’ drops his listeners of in ‘St Kilda’. 645 more words

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Obliteration - Black Death Horizon (2013)

Obliteration’s third studio album is a killer chunk of old school death metal worship, played with the right amount of legitimate conviction to make this release a beast of its own rather than just… 388 more words

Metal

Highly anticipated Fjokra EP ‘Thoughtsteps’ arrives June 9th

Versatile Irish songwriter looks to build on a growing reputation with brand new release

Influenced by a list of genres and artists taking in classical, metal, funk, jazz and more, Fjokra is an artist who is nigh on impossible to pigeonhole. 423 more words

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Highly anticipated Fjokra EP ‘Thoughtsteps’ arrives June 9th

Versatile Irish songwriter looks to build on a growing reputation with brand new release

Influenced by a list of genres and artists taking in classical, metal, funk, jazz and more, Fjokra is an artist who is nigh on impossible to pigeonhole. 423 more words

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Highly anticipated Fjokra EP ‘Thoughtsteps’ arrives June 9th

Versatile Irish songwriter looks to build on a growing reputation with brand new release

Influenced by a list of genres and artists taking in classical, metal, funk, jazz and more, Fjokra is an artist who is nigh on impossible to pigeonhole. 423 more words

Music

Highly anticipated Fjokra EP ‘Thoughtsteps’ arrives June 9th

Versatile Irish songwriter looks to build on a growing reputation with brand new release

Influenced by a list of genres and artists taking in classical, metal, funk, jazz and more, Fjokra is an artist who is nigh on impossible to pigeonhole. 423 more words

Music

THE ORDER OF ISRAFEL Signs With Napalm Records

When Tom Sutton left the doom band Church of Misery, it was to make his long-established grand vision of an epic doom band come true. 215 more words

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