Tag: Negura Bunget

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: September 1st – September 7th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: November 4th – November 10th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Negura Bunget – Tau Review

Negura Bunget. That name, while not referring to the exact same group of people that produced albums such as Om, still carries with it a great amount of weight. Regardless of the people in the

Negura Bunget – Poarta De Dincolo Review

So, as it turns out, all that worrying was largely for naught. After the bickering between the Negru and Sol Fraur / Hupogrammos camps, the former’s continuation of the Negura Bunget name (more a brand

John Ray’s Top 20 Of 2010

I’ve seen a lot of folks talking about how weird 2010 has been.  And how shitty.  I don’t know how I feel about it yet, except that it went too fucking fast.  Or maybe not

Last Rites’ Best Of 2010 – Combined Staff List

Another year, another list. 2010 brought yet another onslaught of heavy metal, and we at Metal Review sifted through the gross majority of it. Finally, the dust has settled, and all that remains are our

An Interview With Negura Bunget – Rebirth and Evolution

Originally written by Erik Thomas. My first exposure to Romania’s Negura Bunget was 2006’s OM. From then I was hooked, waiting four years for a new effort. However, as with many bands, personal issues and creative differences caused

Negura Bunget – Vîrstele Pamîntului Review

originally written by Erik Thomas There are some heavy expectations for Negura Bunget and Vîrstele Pamîntului, not in only following up 2006’s critically acclaimed Om – an arguably classic, landmark black metal album that elevated the band to an Emperor-like pedestal