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Bathory “Blood on Ice” (1988/1996)

2. May 2018 James Slone 0

“Blood on Ice” is one of the essential metal albums, being both the termination point of black metal and the beginning of Viking metal, years before either sound became full-fledged genres. Some might argue about […]

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Bal-Sagoth “Battle Magic” (1998)

2. May 2018 James Slone 0

In my opinion (which counts for a lot in some parts of rural Honduras), “Battle Magic” remains the crown jewel of the Bal Sagoth filmography. I say filmography because Bal Sagoth albums are multimedia experiences […]

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Bal-Sagoth “The Chthonic Chronicles” (2006)

2. May 2018 aVoid 0

Lo and behold! The Britonic war-gods do descend anew, to grace us once again with their mighty and epic sagas of gloriously cataclysmic battlefields, arcane scriptures of ageless unnameable horrors, the fall of aeon-old civilisations… […]

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Ayin Aleph “I” (2008)

2. May 2018 Kevin Reichel 0

“The music of Ayin Aleph is at the confluence of very different styles: metal, baroque and German 19th Century romantic music.” That’s what her homepage says and I have to confess that’s true. There ARE very […]

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Avicularia “Born to Be Vial”

2. May 2018 Ulv 0

Hey you regular death metal fan there, fuck off! -Confucius 490 BC  Who is better than Vader because Vader play simple boring thrash metal a bit louder? Who is better than Lamb of God because […]

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Averse “The Endesque Chants” (2010)

2. May 2018 aVoid 0

AGM.com and our readers were first introduced to the French progsters of AVERSE in 2007, with their first offspring Scolopendrian Perception Haze. Five years in the making, this album is a massive pillar of romantic progressive […]

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