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Neronoia “Un Mondo In Me” (2006)

17. June 2020 Jobst 0

Italy is known as one of the world’s leading melancholy capitals. It seems that even though the sunny existence of Pasta, Tuscany and the San Remo festival, the gloom is flowing and floating endlessly in […]

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Loits “Must Album” (2007)

13. June 2020 Jobst 0

One of the highlights of being a writer in a music magazine is definitely the pleasure of acquaintance with new bands and artists, either market-fresh or as a late arrival to your personal encyclopedia. In […]

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In the Woods “Heart of Ages” (1995)

7. June 2020 Jobst 0

It begins in a forest, as shown on the cover; ever melancholic with white-purple pastels. A private place is this land of wood, where you can share yourself with sounds and set ablaze a peaceful, […]

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Hardingrock “Grimen” (2007)

6. June 2020 Jobst 0

Hardingrock is the lovechild of three ever-talented Norwegian musicians: Ihsahn, one of the landlords of black metal, Ihriel, mistress of Star of Ash and Peccatum and fiddler Knut Buen, known as Grimen. They illustrate Norwegian […]

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Geasa “Angel’s Cry” (1999)

5. June 2020 Jobst 0

Geasa creates a rather unique mélange of black metal and Irish-driven melodies. So far, quite banal. However, what makes this combination more close to the border, is the heavy wave of gothic rock which lies […]

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Enslaved “Monumension” (2001)

1. June 2018 Jobst 0

Much has been written about the Norwegian phenomena, the ultimate mutant of the eclectic 70’s guitar works and the black metal mechanisms – here is some more: let us talk about the evergreen sharp senses […]

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Elend “Winds Devouring Men” (2003)

1. June 2018 Jobst 0

What really lies beyond the border? We have different answers, views and wishes, but maybe vision is all that matters and hence flickers the dream. I may be ambivalent regarding zillion things located on the […]

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