Category Archive: Album Review

Jul 27

Album Review: The Dagger – The Dagger

The Dagger - The Dagger

The Dagger [Sweden]
The Dagger
2014
Full Length
Century Media Records
Heavy Metal/Hard Rock

We already know the love for the old school with the ever-increasing number of bands emulating the style that Sweden pioneered, particularly in the death metal genre. On the other hand, there is an increasing number …

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Jul 27

Album Review: Coffinborn – Beneath the Cemetery

Coffinborn - Beneath the Cemetery

Conffinborn [Hungary]
Beneath the Cemetery
2014
EP
Xtreem Music
Death Metal

Featuring members of such bands as Morbid Carnage and Gravecrusher, Coffinborn is one of the latest Hungarian death metal exports, and this year sees the release of their debut dosage of filthiness under Xtreem Music. With myself being very much a …

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Jul 20

Album Review: Enoid – The New World Murder

Enoid - The New World Murder

Enoid [Switzerland]
The New World Murder
2013
Full Length
BergStolz
Black Metal

Having already encountered Ormenos and his black metal mastery with the two Borgne releases, it is nice to hear something out of yet another solo black metal project of his - Enoid. Forming back in 1995 and going through …

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Jul 19

Album Review: Skinelpsy – Condemning the Empty Souls

Skinlepsy - Condemning the Empty Souls

Skinlepsy [Brazil]
Condemning the Empty Souls
2013
Full Length
Independent
Thrash Metal

Condemning the Empty Souls might be Brazilian thrash metal band Skinlepsy‘s debut full length album, but the members behind this South American outfit are definitely not amateurs to the genre, with members hailing from other excellent bands such …

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Jul 13

Album Review: Riti Occulti – Secta

Riti Occulti - Secta

Riti Occulti [Italy]
Secta
2013
Full Length
Epidemie Records
Black/Stoner/Doom Metal

Since encountering Riti Occulti on their 2012 eponymous debut album, I have been rather fascinated with the band and their concept, not only through the fact that they make use of no guitars and multiple vocalists, but also in the …

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