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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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Kvelertak’s “Splid” is Rowdy Fun and Slightly Dangerous

The latest release from these Norwegian rockers is slick, savory rock-'n'-roll with a gnarly attitude and plenty of punk, prog, and metal thrown in because why the hell not? Here's our full review.

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Azoth’s “Magnitude of Extinction” Registers a Ten and Annihilates Everything

This newly formed black metal entity (mem. Sól, Vitriol, and more) has written an atom-smashing masterpiece of an album.

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One of a Kind: MONO and A.A. Williams Forge a Singularity on the “Exit in Darkness” EP

Japanese instrumental rockers MONO found a creative peer in A.A. Williams on a new EP; we take a look at "Exit in Darkness," the output of this unlikely fusion.

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Death Metal for the Mind: Odious Mortem Tap Into Senses Unknown on “Synesthesia”

We deep-dive into Odious Mortem's comeback album -- it's been more than a decade since this death metal outfit's last release, but the wait was worth it. Very worth it.

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Fen as Fenster: “The Dead Light” Forever Shines Through the Glass of Memory

We review the sixth full-length from UK-based black metal project Fen -- how does the band stack up after nearly a decade of releases?

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