Reviews

Virus “Carheart” (2003)

19. May 2018 Oliver Side 0

Ved Buens Ende fanatics always knew how much potential Carl-Michael Eide had as an experimental metal composer. Even though he was only credited as being the drummer and vocalist of that band, it’s now clear […]

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Yurei “Working Class Demon” (2009)

8. May 2018 Oliver Side 1

Since we have featured an interview with Norwegian multi-instrumentalist composer Bjeima in the past, this will permit me to avoid spreading unnecessary information about Yurei, one of his one-man bands. Hailing from Norway, this rather obscure project […]

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Clair Cassis “Clair Cassis” (2010)

3. May 2018 Oliver Side 0

Clair Cassis, the name itself, reminds me of some 19th century French wine from the deepest cave, or perhaps my ex-mistress’ haut de gamme perfume which she would wear only once my eyes had been delicately blindfolded. […]

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Chrome Hoof “Crush Depth” (2010)

3. May 2018 Oliver Side 0

For this never seen before review, I was joined by the grand, grand, little grandchild of the late Aleister Crowley, an underground magus and post-mentalist who goes by the name of Sir Julius Henry Crowley. […]

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Choronzon “Panic Pandemic” (2005)

3. May 2018 Oliver Side 0

Welcome to this Noise And Metal United in Mutual Deconstruction today lesson. Please have a seat – there you go, good boys and girls. In case you should feel a panic attack, there are only two emergency […]

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Choronzon “Psychosis Ex Machina” (2004)

3. May 2018 Oliver Side 0

In 1998, Samoth’s Nocturnal Art Records released something of a milestone record that went by without being noticed at all in the underground circles. Choronzon’s Magog Agog, a mostly industrial-fed post-black-thrash-heavy psychedelic and nightmarish beast, however, […]

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