Tag: Profound Lore

Worm Ouroboros – What Graceless Dawn Review

Guilt by metal association. For many, that’s the principal reason you’ll see a band like Worm Ouroboros crop up on metal sites whenever a new album drops. All three members are connected to the scene,

Auroch – Mute Books Review

Some bands wander by mistake. On their third album Mute Books, Canada’s Auroch have made an album that, while not exactly bad, is very much not an album I want to listen to. On its

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Dysrhythmia – The Veil Of Control Review

There are bands on this earth that would be better off without vocals. Often we hear music critics proclaim that albums are good but for the vocals. Perhaps they are too harsh or formulaic. Perhaps

SubRosa – For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages

Here is an ashamed thing I am: I live in the same state as SubRosa, within a 35 minute train ride, probably…maybe some city buses and walking… You get the point. I live within easy

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A.M.S.G. – Hostis Universi Generis Review

The roiling world of chaotic, experimental black metal, loaded with samples, atmosphere and evil all backed by an ambiance torn straight from the devil’s liver is full of apostates. Ryan Page (ex-Ouroboros/Rites Of Thy Degringolade),

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Gevurah – Hallelujah! Review

True, dark spirituality is not often found within black metal. Sure, bands like to posture that they are Satanists while the vast majority of them probably don’t even know what that actually means. Basically, there’s

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Grave Miasma – Endless Pilgrimage Review

Long before 2006, when Grave Miasma wised up and changed their name from Goat Molestör, the band cemented their sound as a pragmatically chaotic blackened death metal outfit. Sharing members with Cruciamentum, Destroyer 666, Binah

Chthe’ilist – Le Dernier Crepuscule Review

Chthe’ilist (pronounced “Dok’ken?”) made some serious waves with their 2010 demo, Amechth’ntaas’m’rriachth (pronounced “Tooth’n’nail?”), and deservedly so, because not only was that recording a grimly satisfying 20 minute peek into some seriously freaky-deaky, deathly Lovecraft