Tag: Akercocke

00s Essentials – Volume Six

Somewhat fittingly, Volume 6 contains some of the most sinister, diabolical concoctions this decade has seen. This edition of the 100 Most Essential contains some wickedly twisted stuff, but tempers the assault with some calming

Akercocke – Antichrist Review

originally written by Jim Brandon ‘I believe that when I die…I shall rot’. Two fictional styles of fighting form ying and yang: one Fist comes from the North, and uses precise strikes onto vital pressure

Akercocke – Words That Go Unspoken Deeds That Go Undone Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Synopsis: Another album of compelling death influenced black metal from Akercocke that ultimately rewards listeners willing to deal with its somewhat erratic pacing… Review: Is this a concept album? I

Akercocke – Chronozon Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett All right, I don’t know how this band managed to slip through the cracks for me, but they did and I’m glad I have finely heard them. Akercocke is easily