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Mitchell

Metal. Literature. Philosophy. These are the things.


If you want more of my writing pertaining to these, well, you know.
mitch7188@yahoo.com

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When it comes to American Death Metal, there may not be another name more underrated than Seattle’s Drawn and Quartered, a band that is every bit as consistent as it is under the radar. Each and every album in their catalog is as solid as it gets, firmly steeped in

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Hailing from France, Autokrator are by far one of my current favorites and best kept secrets in the Black/Death underground, and thankfully for myself and others like me, they don’t keep us waiting for long between releases, as they just notched their third album in as many years with Hammer

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If any of you happened to read my review of the last Tetragrammacide release Typhonian Wormholes, you know just how incredibly floored I was by what I will continue to call one of the most chaotic, ruthless, battering audial experiences of my life. Needless to say, I have waited with

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Every year there is an album that kind of comes out of left field and grabs people by the balls, and I’m going to go ahead and say right now that Trance of Death is going to be it. Those who already know Venenum know that they put out a

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Covered previously here at Cvlt Nation, it’s that time of year again: Blood of Wolf Fest. Back for a third installation from March 24th to 26th, the rising tide that is this underground fest that takes place in Lexington, Kentucky once again boasts a strong, diverse line up some of

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Far and away my most anticipated album of the year, Lantern are finally back with a follow up to their brilliant debut Below – an album, that, in my opinion, pretty much came out of left field and completely stole the show in 2013. Unconventional in approach and sounding much like

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