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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


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


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

Black Metal

Sheidim - Shrines Of The Void

Label: Dark Descent Records (CD) / Me Saco Un Ojo Records (vinyl)

There’s some comparisons you have to be careful when making, lest you give the wrong impression. 533 more words


Album Review: Phobocosm - "Bringer Of Drought"

On second full length, Bringer Of Drought, Montreal’s Phobocosm go beyond the impenetrable wall of death metal they displayed on their debut. Choosing instead to mine the depths of despair, anguish and horrific ambience this time out has paid off. 520 more words


Horrendous - Anareta (2015)

Author: Jan Jakobsen

Artist: Horrendous

Album: Anareta

Label: Dark Descent Records

Trying to follow up from last year’s excellent LP, Ecdysis is far from an easy task. 539 more words


Review: Grave Ritual - Morbid Throne

Alabama death squad Grave Ritual have returned after five years to unleash their second album, ‘Morbid Throne’, nine tracks of rumbling death metal heaviness. You’re looking at raw, early death metal dripping with deadly atmosphere, out on the 30th of October through Dark Descent Records. 238 more words