Tag Archive: Hellthrasher Productions

Jan 15

Album Review: Burial Hordes – Incendium

Burial Hordes - Incedium

Burial Hordes [Greece]
Incendium
2014
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Black Metal

After the last two high octane releases from Burial Hordes, one would almost expect something similar to come out from this Hellenic outfit on their third full length release, Incendium. Proving many otherwise, Burial Hordes surprises many followers of the band …

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Apr 17

Album Review: Kingdom – Morbid Priest of Supreme Blasphemy

Kingdom - Morbid Priest of Supreme Blasphemy

Kingdom [Poland]
Morbid Priest of Supreme Blasphemy
2013
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Death Metal

Kingdom‘s Polish origins obviously did not stop the band from exploring extreme sounds from other regions, and this is rather obvious with the band’s second full length release, the aptly titled, mouthful Morbid Priest of Supreme …

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Apr 16

Album Review: Abyssal – Denouement

Abyssal - Denouement

Abyssal [UK]
Denouement
2012/2013 (Reissue)
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Black/Death Metal

Black/death metal has often been associated with bands of the Polish veins, with bands such as Behemoth or Infernal War bearing the flag of this sub-genre of black or death metal. But mysterious UK black/death metal band Abyssal

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Mar 14

Album Review: Into Darkness – Into Darkness

Into Darkness cover art

Into Darkness [Italy]
Into Darkness
2012
EP
Hellthrasher Productions
Death/Doom Metal

I guess one of the main influences for Italian death/doom metal outfit Into Darkness are pretty clear solely from the visual aspects of their eponymous debut release, with the band logo bearing such a strong resemblance to death metal …

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Nov 01

Heavy Metal Tribune Issue 4 (November 2012)

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OUT NOW: The fourth (November 2012) issue of Heavy Metal Tribune!

This month we talk to Dagon, mastermind behind the cult black metal band Inquisition to learn more about the history of the ancient cult, and their evolution over the years. Rob Moschetti then tells us more about the project featuring Exodus‘ Rob Dukes, Generation Kill. Polish …

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