ALBUM REVIEW: Suldusk – Anthesis
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Keening – Little Bird
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embarks on a solo project journey four years after ’s disbandment under the moniker of , presenting a full-length consisting of Gothic Chamber Doom elements, accompanied by the feature of a handful of instruments, being flute, strings, harp, French horn, piano, organ, and hammered dulcimer – creating a vast multitude of echoed soundscapes ..read more
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Conny Ochs Shares a New Single and Video for “Hickhack” – New All-German Sung Album Incoming
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ALBUM REVIEW: Nytt Land – Torem
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ALBUM REVIEW: Baroness – Stone
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11M ago
has been unlike any other band to me, and more akin to a spiritual experience since I first got into them in 2007, I set the mood for myself before listening. I turned the lights down low, cracked the window open to get a nice breeze going, and heard the sound of large late summer raindrops filling my ears. The city’s heartbeat in the deep background was the only other sound besides my breathing. I just stared at the new album artwork for five straight minutes. At peace for a change, in the still and calm of myself, and by chance, present in the city of my birth for a few days, I hit play on t ..read more
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Ghost Cult’s Second Guest DJ Special on Gimme Metal to Air This Tuesday
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1y ago
Ghost Cult is honored to once again join the ranks of past, present and future Gimme Metal hosts this week as our chief, hosts our very own “Guest DJ special!” Celebrating 9 years of , He’ll bring you a two-hour show of killer tunes this Tuesday, November 9th at 11 AM EST with our own curated playlist of awesome metal tracks from across Death Metal, Stoner Doom, Prog, Thrash, Viking, Dark Folk, Black Metal, and more! Sign up for with the app or online, tune in and let’s goooooo ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Sylvaine – Nova
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1y ago
is the pseudonym of Norway’s , a classically trained composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. Since 2014 Shepard has been releasing albums as Sylvaine, of which ) will be the fourth (not counting a 2020 split with ..read more
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Ghost Cult’s Second Guest DJ Special on Gimme Metal is Today!
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Ghost Cult returns to Gimme Metal hosts today as our chief, hosts our very own “Guest DJ special!” Celebrating 9 years of , He’ll bring you a two-hour show of killer tunes today, Tuesday, November 9th at 11 AM EST with our own curated playlist of awesome metal tracks from across Death Metal, Stoner Doom, Prog, Thrash, Viking, Dark Folk, Black Metal, and more! Bands on our playlist include Creeping Death, Vreid, Matriarchs, Suffocation, Melvins , and more! Sign up for with the app or online, tune in and let’s goooooo ..read more
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ALBUM REVIEW: Darkher – The Buried Storm
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1y ago
There’s a slow, mournful funeral march coming through the mists, on a still silent plain, on ), the latest release by , the album at times bears a resemblance to at their most quiet and reflective. With each song centred around the vocal layering of Maiven, the instrumentation often stripped to cello and violin backing, it’s an evocative and understated musical landscape. Often bringing to mind one that sings her siren song with a doom folk backing, this is soothing music for people who like it dark ..read more
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REVIEWS ROUND-UP: ft. Emma Ruth Rundle, Emily Jane White, Eight Bells, and Hangman’s Chair
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1y ago
Atmospheric and considered, the pairing of ‘Pariah & The Plague’ – a beautiful, layered non-vocal piece of music with tinkling guitar effects and brooding electronics – and the melancholy title track sum up the strengths of this unsung album. have been labelled as Stoner and / or Doom (which in itself has a couple of different applications), yet there is nothing Desert or Weed-based here, as their sixth album style looping, rolling low-slung supporting guitar moments, such as on ‘Cold and Distant’, a track that demonstrates Hangman’s Chair have a neat line in understated chorus, too, as do ..read more
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