Tag: 1349

1349 – The Infernal Pathway Review

1349 isn’t exactly a band that does things unexpectedly. Sure, Revelations of the Black Flame saw them taking on more atmosphere and ambience, but it kinda sucked, so they quickly course-corrected to their roots. For

1349 – Demonoir Review

originally written by Jim Brandon 1349’s last album Revelations Of The Black Flame was far less of a disappointment to me as it was for many others, mostly because while I’ve always respected the band,

1349 – Revelations Of The Black Flame Review

Chris McDonald’s take: I’m never one to condemn a band for making radical changes to their style. Throughout my years as a metal fan I have stood behind many bands as they underwent noteworthy sound

1349 – Hellfire Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Humorous how a band like 1349 conjures the fiery depths of Hell, whereas a group like Immortal embodies cold Arctic winds which terrorize frozen tundra. I’m also obligated to point out that – though I’ve

1349 – Beyond The Apocalypse Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Wait a minute… what is going on here? There is decent production, a solid sound… there’s no way this could be the same 1349 that released Liberation just a little

1349 – Liberation Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett It isn’t too hard to come across a band that embodies the true essence of black metal these days, but to come across a band that is actually worth listening