ALBUM REVIEW: MTVoid (Tool) – Matter’s Knot, Pt.1 – Lobal Orning
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by Tom Osman
1M ago
  Tool’s bassist Justin Chancellor and Polish Alt-Metal outfit Sweet Noise’s frontman Peter Mohamed first met at a European music festival. A shared desire to collaborate in some way or another finally came to fruition in 2013 with MTVoid’s first … The post ALBUM REVIEW: MTVoid (Tool) – Matter’s Knot, Pt.1 – Lobal Orning appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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EP REVIEW: Dreamwheel – Redeemer
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by Duncan Evans
1M ago
  The Redeemer EP (Nefarious Industries) is the debut release from Dreamwheel, a duo consisting of Evan Linger (guitar, bass, piano, synth — also of Skeletonwitch and Cultist) and Julia Gaeta (vocals — also of Madrigal and Light of the … The post EP REVIEW: Dreamwheel – Redeemer appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Iron Roses – The Iron Roses 
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by morgan y. evans
1M ago
  Anyone who has ever screamed along to every word of Boysetsfire‘s biggest anthem “Rookie” knows Nathan Gray can deliver messaging, intensity and hooks in equal parts, but only until recently they weren’t living their full truth showing all the … The post ALBUM REVIEW: The Iron Roses – The Iron Roses  appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Darkplace – About the End of the World 
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by Reza Mills
1M ago
  There are a few artists in history whose identity is shrouded in secrecy – The Residents, Buckethead, the majority of Goat and Darkplace. In an age where social media is so prevalent and where privacy is seemingly such a … The post ALBUM REVIEW: Darkplace – About the End of the World  appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Crosses – Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete 
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by Abstrakt Soul
2M ago
  Chino Moreno has never been shy at exploring his mellower side away from Deftones, and over the years has dipped into the Post-Rock, Shoegaze and Trip-Hop genres providing us with some highly refined music by way of projects such … The post ALBUM REVIEW: Crosses – Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete  appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: False Fed – Let Them Eat Fake 
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by Reza Mills
2M ago
  To say that a line-up which features Discharge vocalist Jeff (JJ) Janiak, guitarist Stig Miller (Amebix), drummer Roy Mayorga (Nausea/Amebix) and bassist JP Parsons is an enticing prospect would be an understatement. This type of musical pedigree promises us … The post ALBUM REVIEW: False Fed – Let Them Eat Fake  appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Fearing – Destroyer
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by Tom Osman
2M ago
  Do you like to dress in black? Do you prefer a solitary pint of cider in the back of a smoky bar? (the smoky part might be hard to fashion in this day and age) Do you favour wearing … The post ALBUM REVIEW: Fearing – Destroyer appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: KEN Mode – VOID
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by Ralka Skjerseth
2M ago
  With spoken word poetry recitations comparable to Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and strong emphasis on immense existential dread, KEN Mode returns with their newest studio album VOID, released via Artoffact Records, the band’s ninth studio album. The genre spectrums that … The post ALBUM REVIEW: KEN Mode – VOID appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Blodet – Death Mother
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by Duncan Evans
2M ago
  Death Mother (Church Road Records) is the debut full-length from Sweden’s Blodet, and it arrives after the tragic death of their guitarist Rickie Paleski-Östland, who contributed to the writing of the album. In spite of the inevitably difficult process … The post ALBUM REVIEW: Blodet – Death Mother appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Hexvessel – Polar Veil
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by Reza Mills
2M ago
  Having reviewed Grave Pleasures‘ Plagueboys for Ghost Cult earlier this year, as a Mat McNerney fan I was excited to see he had another record out, this time via his folk-orientated project Hexvessel.     Despite McNerney being a fellow … The post ALBUM REVIEW: Hexvessel – Polar Veil appeared first on Ghost Cult Magazine ..read more
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