Reviews

Dornenreich “Hexenwind” (2005)

14. May 2018 Jobst 0

In this album, in some continuation to the previous, Dornenreich’s music reflects the structure of a dream. The passages, turning from bleak and blur dark metal to soft Neo-Folk, laced with delicate touches of Ambient, […]

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Bethlehem “Dictius Te Necare” (1996)

2. May 2018 Jobst 0

Beyond any generic definition, this is extreme. Extreme metal, extreme music, extreme humanity. Although the impression given at times, of gauntness and plainness of black metal, Bethlehem’s music contains the most fragile and utter low […]

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Bergraven “Dödsvisioner” (2007)

2. May 2018 Jobst 0

When one begins his departure towards death, this journey is bound to open in deep silence, of reckonings to come. Cleaning mind and soul is highly necessary before diving into this faraway yet incredibly close […]

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Anaal Nathrakh “Eschaton” (2006)

30. April 2018 Jobst 0

Anaal Nathrakh, the dirty baby of Englishmen Mick Kenney and Dave Hunt, is all about fusion. Fusion of the rotten, the cold and the filthy, into a pile of infested scum and litter, encrusted with […]

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Amorphis “Elegy” (1996)

30. April 2018 Jobst 0

Through a panoramic view of the world’s folk metal scene, one can recognize most of the bands under the umbrella organization known as ‘Scandinavia”. A reasonable explanation to this phenomenon can be found in the […]

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Akercocke “Choronzon” (2003)

28. April 2018 Jobst 0

What distinguishes Akercocke from other bands in the mystery region of blending enemy-metal-genres is the highly meticulous and detailed aesthetics of their music. A successful combination of black metal riffs with death metal guitars, for […]

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