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Jesu “Silver” (2006)

8. June 2020 James Slone 0

Right now, the music-listening public is infatuated with prefixed genres like “post rock” and “post metal,” further complicating the once easy task of usefully labeling music. Jesu, along with the current crop of heavy Anglo-American […]

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Jesu “Conqueror” (2007)

8. June 2020 James Slone 0

Who would have thought that one day a founding member of Napalm Death would create something so pleasant? Despite its tough metal title, “Conqueror” is actually comparatively subdued next to the bone-crushing weight of the […]

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Island “Island” (2010)

7. June 2020 Tentakel P. 0

If there still is anyone out there who does not know about Zeitgeister and their various projects, stop reading and return only until you have listened to a minimum of 5 of their outputs. Words […]

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Island “Orakel” (2008)

7. June 2020 Tentakel P. 0

Sometimes the first impression counts. In the case of ISLAND it does not, not really. When I looked at the cover of “Orakel” (which is a compilation of two previous demos of the band) I […]

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Ini “If Nothing Is” (2015)

7. June 2020 Melt Kruger 0

“Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.” – Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy Abandon all hope, ye who listens to this album. That is, unless you were hoping to embark on an audial voyage that […]

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Infestus “Ex|Ist” (2011)

7. June 2020 Mystery Flame 0

Infestus manifested itself from the ashes of German outfit Dunkelfront in 2006 but it was only two years later that it gained the attention of a wider audience with the second full-length “Chroniken des Ablebens”, […]

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Indukti “Idmen” (2009)

7. June 2020 Thor Joakimsson 0

“The band is such an eclectic fusion of personalities that there can be no other way to express our chemistry than to have a huge blast!” (from an interview conducted with INDUKTI in 2006) Chemistry-wise […]

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In the Woods… “Omnio” (1997)

7. June 2020 Adam McAuley 0

A work of emotional beauty is capable of being crafted by this band, who hold such a great sway over their trajectories on Omnio. They are able to put together orchestral sounds that are difficult to […]

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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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In the Woods “Strange in Stereo” (1999)

6. June 2020 James Slone 0

After the ornate symphonic rock of “Omnio,” In the Woods… stripped down their sound and production for “Strange in Stereo,” opting for a somewhat colder, edgier approach. The songs are shorter, more straightforward, and less […]

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