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Anti-Cosmic Doom Adversvm launch their exciting debut L.P on May 4th.  It is fitting that the day known as ‘Star Wars’ day is the release date for this band’s Anti-stellar ethos to be unleashed on the world. “Aion Sitra Ahra” is a monstrous, massive sounding collection of powerful blackened doom.  The

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Melodies of Annihilation Oakland, California’s Abstracter return with their 3rd full length album, Cinereous Incarnate on 8th June.  This latest offering further refines the band’s blackened crusty doom approach to new levels. There were some mammoth, gargantuan tracks that made up their previous two albums Tomb of Feathers (2012) and Wound Empire

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Gold Standard? Well.  Where do I start? It took one listen for me to realise what I’d got my grubby hands on, an album that would hijack my music-listening side of life. Not only for the past few weeks, but for a good while yet.  Tomb Mold are back and

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Little is known about Serum Dreg, a two-piece, signed to Portland, Oregon’s Vrasubatlat label.  Serum Dreg offer up a particularly nasty brand of black metal that is raw and dangerous.  ‘Conjure of Plague’ takes care of the drums and some vocals, and ‘Ad Infinitum‘ provides the rest.  Only guitars, bass and some occasional

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Wiegedood return with their third album, De Doden Hebben Het Goed III.  This album serves as part 3 to their album series dedicated to the loss of their good friend, Florent Pevée (from the band, Kabul Golf Club). Wiegedood are a black metal trio from Belgium, consisting of members from both Oathbreaker

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April 30th marks the debut release from Dagger Lust, a power electronics trio with blackened death and grindcore overtones from Portland, Oregon. This is 24 minutes of pure, primal filth. Wash hands before and after listening.  The band is somewhat elusive. The members going only by the short stage names

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