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Potmos Hetoimos - The Paragon Trisagion (2015)

Author: Dave

Band: Potmos Hetoimos

Album: The Paragon Trisagion

Label: Independent

I have no idea where to begin with this one. I bought this album purely out of curiosity, and had no real knowledge of the artist prior to stumbling upon their bandcamp page. 1,108 more words


Deafheaven - New Bermuda

It took my friends over at Nine Circles to remind me that post-metal band Deafheaven had released their newest album “New Bermuda” last Friday. Being a fan of their last album, the critically acclaimed “Sunbather,” I was interested in hearing how these guys would follow it up. 947 more words

Album Review

Deafheaven - New Bermuda (Album Review)

As easily the most divisive, yet critically acclaimed Black Metal band of the 21st century, Deafheaven have built a massive fanbase for themselves based predominantly off of 2013’s ‘Sunbather’, an album that took the bare essentials of Black Metal and blended them with elements of Post-Rock, Screamo and Shoegaze. 1,171 more words


So Hideous - "Laurestine"

So Hideous are the definition of a dichotomy. It start with their name because they are anything BUT hideous. They take the majestic beauty of sweeping orchestration and marry it to some heavy post metal, complete with screaming death vocals. 488 more words

Progressive Metal

Deafheaven - New Bermuda

Deafheaven – New Bermuda


The purists are going to hate this.

Let’s start at the beginning.

Black metal is a form of metal originating in Norway in the late 1980s and early 1990s.   1,043 more words

Music Reviews

Kowloon Walled City: Grievances [Song Stream]

Song: Grievances
Band: Kowloon Walled City
Label: Neurot Recordings
Album: Grievances
Release Date: Oct 9, 2015
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Cubic Space Division - Sunspot (2015)

The return from long absence of Kentish progressive metal mob

Cubic Space Division have returned from a 9 year absence with this reimagining of the track “Sunspot” from their previously unreleased EP of the same name and it simply serves as a reminder of what a high quality and sorely-underrated band they were. 144 more words