Tag: Blut Aus Nord

Blut Aus Nord – 777: The Desanctification Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell It’s no secret that Blut Aus Nord has been on an absolute creative tear over the the past few years. After Odinist‘s baby steps, Memoria Vetusta IImarked a glorious emergence

90s Essentials – Volume Five

Another week, another entry in MetalReview’s soon-to-be-legendary 100 Most Essential Albums Of The 1990s… This week features two thrash classics, a Maryland doom masterpiece, one of the best progressive death metal albums of all time,

Blut Aus Nord – 777 – Sect(s) Review

originally written by Jim Brandon We have too few enigmas these days, and all our gods are dead. If you seek true transcendence in the realm of black metal, I can guarantee you won’t fucking

Blut Aus Nord – The Mystical Beast Of Rebellion (Reissue) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald The Mystical Beast of Rebellion has inexplicably become the “black sheep” of Blut Aus Nord’s long-running and highly celebrated catalogue. Resting between the raw, more traditional black metal explored on

Blut Aus Nord – What Once Was…Liber I Review

Funny story about a guy who writes without all the evidence…. What you’re reading now was posted about a day after what you are about to read. From the moment the upload of What Once

John Ray’s Top 20 Of 2009

First, my apologies for being so late with this.  Thing is, I spent the last couple of weeks battling an upper respiratory infection and simultaneous nasal staph infection.  If you’ve never had the pleasure of

Zach Duvall’s Top 20 of 2009

2009 has been one helluva year for me and music. The sheer number of killer albums and shows (Neurosis!) has been overwhelming, making the 29th year of my life my best yet as a music

Jordan Campbell’s Top 20 of 2009

Another year in heavy metal…and what a year it was. It seems like every band on the planet released something in 2009; when Immortal, Absu, and Destroyer 666 all emerge from hibernation at once, it’s a sign that things