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Allfather - And All Will Be Desolation

 About two years ago, there was an album that was released that everyone seemed to go crazy over with its special blend of sludgy doom with spices of hardcore thrown into the mix which is a very unique blend that we simply don’t see often by any means. 478 more words

Review

Review: Churchburn - None Shall Live... The Hymns of Misery

Label: Armageddon Shop

None Shall Live… The Hymns of Misery is an album every bit as heavy as you’d hope, what with a title like that. 511 more words

Reviews

Subnoir - A Long Way From Home (2018)

🇳🇴 Get prepared for northern wind which carries a heavy storm: Subnoir has something to overwhelm you. 119 more words

Experimental

Interview: HEMELBESTORMER

Dark, dynamic and undoubtedly massive, Hemelbestormer is an unsung juggernaut within the sludge/doom/post-whatever scenes. Those whose have not experienced this Belgian act’s monolithic tunes are missing out on some truly devastating, forward-thinking “post-metal” that sounds like an environmental cataclysm in audio form. 1,819 more words

Metal

ALBUM REVIEW: Grave Lines - Fed Into The Nihilistic Engine

Here I am reviewing another promo sent to me from “I Like Press”. This time from the Doom/Sludge Metal band Grave Lines with their latest album. 759 more words

Album Reviews

Aseethe / Snow Burial - split

 A big plus that has always been for me when it comes to sludge metal is simply how fucking filthy it can be at times. Sometimes we get a calculated chaos from the likes of Lord Dying, unique experiences from the likes of YOB or Inter Arma, and then downright nasty examples of what it means to take sludge metal to its darkest corner. 374 more words

Review

Body Void - I Live Inside a Burning House

Year Released: 2018
Genre: Sludge Metal, Doom Metal
Availability: Bandcamp

Here’s the deal with Body Void’s I Live Inside a Burning House: it’s nothing new.  466 more words

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