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Nightfell’s latest, Darkness Evermore, is an aural tapestry of isolation and nihilism. From the opening of the album to its close, the band displays a refreshingly wide range of attack. Consisting of Tim Call of Aldebaran on drums and vocals, and Todd Burdette of Tragedy and His Hero Is Gone

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Welcome to where the stars fall out of the night sky, and to where cold winds forever blow. Welcome to a place of solitude and retreat, where the silence and vastness of the world immerses you into a strange state of peace, loss and fear all at the same time. Ragana

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There are certain things that will never go out of style in the realm of stoner metal — good riffs, guitar and bass tones that find the perfect balance between presence and attack, and fat-as-fuck drumming — and Spelljammer is keenly aware of this. Ancient Of Days, the Swedish trio’s

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Remember when the second wave of black metal bands dominated the sub-genre with a barrage of cold, dense annihilation, and when melody was used to catalyse and define the extremity of the music? One Master are here to help you remember. Formed in 2002, the American quartet’s two previous full

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At last! The debut Cruciamentum album is finally upon us. And damn, was it well worth the wait. Carving a path much like fellow countrymen Grave Miasma (which makes sense, seeing as how they share members, duh) Cruciamentum was quick to make waves with their initial releases like the demo

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Yesterday, I got really drunk with my roommate and we had a fabulous time. While intoxicated, we discussed how various hardcore and punk bands have recently developed bro-tastic audiences, and at one point my roommate even showed his ass to some women who claimed it was their birthday and wanted

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