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Album Review: Blood Incantation - "Starspawn"

Blood Incantation‘s debut full length Starspawn is that rare album that transcends the throwback or old school tag. Matter of fact it renders those terms useless. 653 more words

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Vanhegld - Temple of Phobos (2016)

Author: TK White

Band: Vanhegld

Album: Temple of Phobos

Genre: Death Metal

Label: Pulverised Records

(Ed: The fetid dead have arisen once more! We are back and resuming our hopefully regular posting schedule!) 723 more words

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Ghoulgotha - To Starve The Cross

Maintaining a level of authenticity and integrity can be tricky when a band decides to step outside convention, especially when it comes to death metal. Most bands that decide to think outside the death metal box do so by way of overzealous musicianship, incorporating sounds from non-metal genres, or abandoning form in favor of creating music that is suffocating and cacophonous. 509 more words

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Blood Incantation - Starspawn

After getting a healthy taste last year of what Denver’s Blood Incantation had to offer on their debut EP, Interdimensional Extinction, we have finally arrived in August and the release of the death metal band’s debut LP, … 360 more words

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Vanhelgd- Temple of Phobos (2016)

Vanhegld- Temple of Phobos

I have had zero introduction to Vanhegld, but I figured these dudes are on Dark Descent so it has to be good and—spoilers—it is. 696 more words

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Review: Phobocosm - Bringer of Drought

Canadian death metallers Phobocosm hail from Montreal, and if you’re thinking ‘Canadian death metal’, you’re thinking Cryptopsy and Gorguts. You’re also thinking about some of the most inventive and ‘difficult’ death metal on the planet. 223 more words

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Unconquered Darkness Festival, DUBLIN - Pt 1. (29th, 30th April 2016)

For the first time in Dublin‘s history the local promoter Invictus Production and an American label called Dark Descent Records joined their forces and organized a weekend long concert series for their most favoured bands. 1,278 more words

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