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Wayfarer - Children of the Iron Age (Review)

Wayfarer are from the US and this is their début album. They play Atmospheric Black Metal/Post-Black Metal.

For fans of Enslaved, Cobalt, Wolves in the Throne Room… 214 more words

Metal

Devil Sold His Soul - Belong ╪ Betray (Review)

Devil Sold His Soul are from the UK and this is their latest EP. They play Progressive/Post-Metal.

I’m a big fan of Devil Sold His Soul’s early work, but somehow I never kept up with them and this is my first exposure to them in a while. 207 more words

Metal

New Music Review - Cotillion - The Debuantes

Band: Cotillion
Album: The Debutantes
Genre: Post-metal, math-rock
Social-media: Facebook/Twitter/Bandcamp

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Cotillion are a post-metal band from New York that haven’t released something recently, but did release an album back in February of last year (when I started MusicGleaner), called… 536 more words

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Old Thunder - Slings & Arrows (Review)

This is Atmospheric Doom/Sludge from the US. It’s the début release from this solo project.

The intro track Our Fields Are Burning is slow and meandering, and reminds me of Abandon. 356 more words

Doom

Autumn's Dawn - Gone – Eisenwald

Where’s the metal in black?

The problem was suggested by Darkthrone in one of their songs: there’s too much black for too little metal… And that’s true to this “new generation” of “black metallers”. 265 more words

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Infographic Review: Devil Sold His Soul "Belong Betray" EP

Trying a new thing. Reviewing bands using infographics because those are cool right? Right?

Here’s a first go on the latest EP from Devil Sold His Soul.

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Aspiring Musician? Don't Quit Your Day Job

Contrary to what you might have heard, music doesn’t pay the bills.

Well, only certain kinds of music anyway. Piracy and a general lack of interest in physical purchases might have slowed the otherwise continuous cash flow for today’s shimmering pop stars, but the almost-universal unawareness of the more avant-garde side of music keeps even the most talented musicians showing up at their day jobs. 532 more words

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