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All Hell - The Red Sect - Horror Pain Gore Death Productions

The cult of UH!

This is the sophomore album of All Hell, a then unknown band for me, and of course I haven’t heard their first offering. 423 more words


TRIPTYKON @ Vagos Open Air, 2015/08/08

Originally written for Valkyrian Music.

TRIPTYKON stirred another kind of turmoil – an emotional one. Although the crowdsurfers kept the security guys busy during the black metal parts that spice the doom nature of the band. 128 more words


Tor Marrock - Destroy the Soul (Review)

Tor Marrock are a Gothic Metal band from Wales. This is their second album.

Tor Marrock play Gothic Metal with a plethora of different influences; Black, Death and Doom Metal are all represented to various degrees.  221 more words


Bloodlust - Cultus Diaboli (Review)

Bloodlust are an Australian Black Metal band and this is their début album.

This is Black Metal that’s infused with a good helping of dirty Thrash Metal to produce ugly Black Thrash that has a very Old-School vibe. 110 more words


Interview with Tom Warrior

On Sunday, May 24th of 2015 I interviewed Tom G. Warrior of Triptykon (and formerly Celtic Frost and Hellhammer). It was the final day of Maryland Deathfest XIII and I had to miss a couple bands that I wanted to see because of it, but it was definitely worth it. 4,280 more words

Maryland Deathfest

Death (DOOM!) Metal Monday, A to Z: WINTER

Greetings!  Today, in honor of the rather shitty and out-of-season weather we’re having,  I’m going to stretch my self-imposed limits just a bit and feature the brilliant and groundbreaking death/doom metal pioneers WINTER from New York City.   277 more words

Death Metal

Proto-underground Metal

Arguably Slayer’s debut Show no Mercy and Hellhammer’s string of demos in 1983 laid the groundwork for death metal, the first full-fledged genre to fully emerge from the proto-death and black metal underground in the mid 1980’s. 716 more words

Metal Studies