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Urfaust – The Constellatory Practice Review

If you want to get all scientific about it, music is just physics. “Just physics,” of course, is a silly statement, as physics is the vast study of about everything, and the tiny vibrations that

The Ruins Of Beverast – The Foulest Semen Of A Sheltered Elite Review

originally written by Erik Thomas For those that don’t know, The Ruins of Beverast is a one man black/doom metal band consisting of former Nagelfar (the German one) drummer Alexander Von Meilenwald. And with his third album, he has

Genocide – Apocalyptic Visions Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell No, this isn’t a reissue of a long-lost, proto-Arghoslent demo from 1990.  This, unfortunately, is a novice black metal band. Despite the fact that at least two bands in their home country

Sol – Let There Be A Massacre Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell An overtly misanthropic black/death/funeral doom hybrid, Sol is the twisted vision of one Emil Brahe. Let There Be A Massacre is an extremely draining, totally nihilistic labor of hate, driven by a vehement disdain