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Tiamat “Prey” (2003)

2. January 2021 Polygon 0

With “Wildhoney” Johan Edlund established Tiamat 1994 as a strong and inspired force of avant-garde metal. The follower “A Deeper Kind Of Slumber” (1997), demonstrated Edlunds passion for 80’s dark-pop/rock sounds and his aversion to […]

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Tiamat “Wildhoney” (1994)

2. January 2021 Tentakel P. 0

Ah, 1994. Those were glorious times. It was the year when I started to seriously listen to Metal, and one of the best years to pick from an embarrassment of riches. I remember MACHINE HEAD […]

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Thy Catafalque “Sgúrr” (2015)

2. January 2021 James Slone 0

Thy Catafalque, the art metal project of Hungarian multi-instrumentalist Tamás Kátai, has been making progressively larger waves in the underground metal scene since relocating to Scotland. Mr. Kátai is something of a folk hero, or […]

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Thy Catafalque “Rengeteg” (2011)

2. January 2021 AGMHQ 0

This is an excellent work to start following Thy Catafalque for those of you who are not familiar with the band and the musical path it leads. I find “Rengeteg” (which means “a lot” in […]

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Thorns “Thorns” (2001)

2. January 2021 Jobst 0

This world is a breathing mechanism. The ghosts of the machine are the sirens on its shores. They hammer you like the parasite that you are, through tunnels of existence. But existence does not care […]

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Thee Maldoror Kollective “Knownothingism” (2014)

2. January 2021 James Slone 0

Many years (and albums) ago Italy´s Thee Maldoror Kollective (TMK) abandoned their black metal sound for a more eclectic, cut-and-paste experimental approach, creating expansive tracks out of cinematic genre-hopping vignettes, threaded together with horror and science fiction […]

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