Teitanblood – Seven Chalices
2xLP w/ included A4 booklet
Sometimes reverb rules. Seven Chalices (Noevdia/AJNA Offensive/Dauthus, 2009) recalls classic "wet" sounds like Pleasure to Kill, Hell Awaits, and early Bathory. Five of its 11 tracks are interludes, forming almost a quarter of the record
Foscor – I Torn
Catalan black metallers Foscor have released a video for "I Tornà de les Cendres", from their album The Smile of the Sad Ones, which I wrote about here. The video takes place in a spa in Catalonia called the Balneari de la Puda (built in 1870, abandoned in 1958). It
Foscor – The Smile of the Sad Ones
Black metal can be both the ugliest and most beautiful kind of metal. I've never bought into the glowering demeanors and spiky wristbands; the more armor one wears, the more vulnerable one feels. This frailty has yielded some of the most gorgeous guitars I've ever heard...
Nahemah, Flesh reviews
My review of Nahemah's new album is up at Stylus. After many listens, I realized that Nahemah was like a lusher, less repressed Isis.
Up at Metal Injection is my review of old-school (and excellent) Swedish death metal act Flesh.
Nahemah - PhoenixFlesh - Baptised on the Demon's Throne

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