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Sacrocurse have released a new offering to the Ancient Ones, besides fans of the flourishing underground scene who love bestial black/death metal.  Sacrocurse have been steadily releasing material through various vaunted labels, starting out with a razor-sharp guitar attack set to blastbeats years ago, while since then refining the songwriting

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Like a serpent slithering across desolate rock and sand, Amnutseba’s screeched whispers have the rasp of a Rattlesnake’s vibrating tail, fitting for a predator that writhes in the most challenging places to survive the forces of nature. The band doesn’t just stay on the blastbeat section that opens up the

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The band Possession is well-known to fans of underground metal.  They started out playing blackened thrash for label Iron Bonehead Productions, and since then, they’ve evolved their approach into what sounds most similar to black/death metal.  Their songwriting chops on newest release, Exorkizein, have retained the band’s penchant for catchy

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Scene veterans of countless revered acts including Aldebaran, Nightfell, Vassafor, Ritual Necromancy, Ascended Dead amongst others, in Weregoat guise, these musicians are brutal bar none.  Bestial black/death metal with big hooks will always be premium for underground fans, and I am also likely to concur with initial feedback from other

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Death Worship is Cvlt Nation Penultimate, the pennant and pinnacle of cvlt music. War metal this brutal doesn’t come often, and collaborations between members of legendary band Blasphemy and Revenge are undisputed for music more than hype or notoriety. And while there is certainly a lot of buzz surrounding this

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It may occur to some learned metal fans that French black metal band Aum sounds more like a band from Central Asia. In song titles and ideology, Central Asia appears to be a strong topic of choice for this mysterious French metal militia, just like Cult of Fire’s fascination for

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