Tag: Atmospheric

Void – Void Review

I had sort of given up hope, you see. After I grudgingly convinced myself ages ago that the world would never see a follow-up to 2002’s Posthuman, British avant-black metal troupe Void has now just

Agalloch – Marrow Of The Spirit Review

In 1994, the Norwegian band Ulver lit a fire with the release of their uniquely composed folk metal album, Bergtatt – Et Eeventyr I 5 Capitler. Although small, this flame burned uncharacteristically bright within the

Wolfshade – When Above Review

originally written by Jim Brandon Whether it’s because of my own personal tastes in breakneck-speed black metal, or the fact that there’s so much of it out there to listen to, an album like Wolfshade’s

Umbrtka – Kovový Háj Review

Since Kovový Háj is the first encounter I’ve had with Umbrtka, I wanted to begin with a bit of investigation through the band’s back catalog. Investigate I did, and to my very pleasant surprise, I

Sorgeldom – Inner Receivings Review

Brilliant music, although all around us, can sometimes be rather elusive. We, as music lovers spend a significant amount of time searching for those special albums, which are not merely enjoyed but also take strong

Eibon La Furies – The Blood Of The Realm Review

Have you ever been on a new roller coaster for the first time and closed your eyes for the entire thing? Me neither, but it sure felt like I did upon listening to Eibon La

Svarti Loghin – Drifting Through The Void Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t fully understand the roots of the post-rock and neo-folk influences that are slowly creeping their way into black metal. Yeah, it’s

Burzum – Belus Review

originally written by Chris McDonald So there’s a new Burzum album. Wow, where does the time go? I remember when I was a lowly high school sophomore just starting to submerge myself in the depths