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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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Aberrant Vascular “Pelopia” (2007)

28. April 2018 Jobst 0

This is a three-piece suite EP, the latest effort from the Finnish band. Already at the inside cover, the band stages itself as “operatic avantgarde metal”, and this claim has a lot to do with […]

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Aarni “Tohcoth” (2008)

28. April 2018 Jobst 0

Welcome to the monkey ranch, welcome to the land of hallucinations. Welcome to Finland. But this time, it is not the naïve head-trip into the caves of wonderland. It is apocalypse-driven psycho-buzz and that giant […]

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Aarni “Bathos” (2004)

28. April 2018 Jobst 0

Someone wrote sometime, somewhere along the net, that Aarni’s music is doom-metal standing on its head. Well, I’m not sure whether is the head, but is sure does see the world upside down. Listening to […]

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