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Mamaleek Invite Us to “Come and See” the Horrors of American Reality

This black metal duo broke the mold altogether, weaving jazz, blues, and more into their latest release "Come and See" -- the album's tense timbre draws inspiration from the difficult realities of life in American public housing.

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Six Six Sweven: “The Eternal Resonance” is Death Metal Perfection, Plus One

Robert Andersson of Morbus Chron named his new project after the now-defunct band's greatest album, and for a damn good reason: Sweven's "The Eternal Resonance" one-ups anything you can throw at it. Here's our in-depth review.

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Spectral Lore and Mare Cognitum Go Full Supernova on “Wanderers: Astrology of the Nine”

The combined forces of two pioneering solo black metal outfits detail the solar system in a two-hour voyage -- we delve into the journey and dissect what makes this split such a cosmic success.

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The Black Metal Albums That Ruled February 2020

We load up our quad-barreled review bazooka and blow apart the four best black metal albums released last month to see what their insides look like.

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February 2020 Release Roundup

Eight of us teamed up to compile our favorite albums from last month's insane whirlwind of releases; we've got the best of the best in here and gladly give these albums our top recommendations.

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The Doom Aquatic with Drown’s “Subaqueous”

We dive into "Subaqueous," the latest funereal dedication to the watery depths from Markov Soroka's doom project Drown (p.k.a. Slow).

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Wrekmeister Harmonies Portrays An Entrancing Disaster on “We Love to Look at the Carnage”

Read our review of NYC drone-doom collective Wrekmeister Harmonies' latest album, which details a late-night journey dabbling in sleep-deprived fantasy and cynical self-loathing.

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Surging After the Fall: Envy’s “The Fallen Crimson” is an Atmospheric Rush

The band reunited with their founding singer to craft their latest release, a thoroughly postmodern album that relishes in deep beauty and huge climaxes -- here's our full review.

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Ihsahn’s Black Metal Interpretation Hits the Mark on the “Telemark” EP

Here's a super-deep dive into Ihsahn's latest release, a three song + two cover EP named after the black metal and prog mastermind's hometown in Norway. What sort of black metal return-to-form does this EP turn out to be?

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The Hällas “Conundrum”: How Prog-Rock Can Rock So Hard (Stream + Interview)

Sweden's Hällas has set the bar for throwback progressive rock; we've got a stream of their new album "Conundrum" plus an interview with organist/synth-master Nicklas Malmquist right here, right now.

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