Posts From Cheryl

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Take Over And Destroy
Split Screen

Last year Take Over And Destroy released one of my personal favourites of 2013, so the news that they were ready to go with a follow up to Endless Night so soon was quite the pleasant surprise. Vacant Face is

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Three Days | Old Skin // Oblivionized

Two of the UK’s most visceral and exciting live acts headed out for a three day mini tour recently. Oblivionized and Old Skin are at the forefront of the underground movement in England and both are extremely intense in a

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HUSK – Hymns

Now based in Bristol (in the UK) but hailing from as far a field as Australia, Botswana and Norway in some shape or form, HUSK have a multitude of issues to overcome in order to record or even play live.

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The Room Colored Charlatan – Primitives Review

The Room Colored Charlatan hail from Indiana, and the quintet are on the cusp of breaking into the collective consciousness of those who enjoy something a little more on the difficult, but listenable, side. Intricate details fall into their sound,

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Gazpacho – Demon Review

High concept records can often become decidedly hard work or terribly boring but as with the case with Demon, Gazpacho’s eighth full length record, sometimes all the elements combine to create a work that touches the soul and forms a

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Verdelet – Lights Of The Old World

UK black metal has always been seen as some kind of lesser son to that of its Norwegian counterparts, through no fault of the makers of course, but when the one name to touch upon is Cradle of Filth then

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KRIEG – Isolation/Transmission

Krieg have been around in some form or another for nigh on twenty years now, and their outrageously prolific career has seen their take on black metal evolve and shift from album to album (and EP and split and demo)

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Paramnesia “IV”

French project Paramnesia may not be a name on the lips of every black metal fan just yet, but their sound is one that is much loved the world over and their full length debut is sure to push them

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BAST – SPECTRES

London based Bast have been slowly creating a name for themselves on the local scene and with their recent support slot on the Conan tour and the incredible presence of their debut full length Spectres, the trio have all the

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Barren Harvest – Subtle Cruelties
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Barren Harvest’s gorgeous dark neo-folk inflected music is deliciously beautiful. The affecting vocal of Jessica Way (Worm Ouroboros) complements Atriarch’s Lenny Smith’s post-punk influenced approach and the two make wonderful, simple constructions of sound breathe with the mournful soul of

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