Reviews

Review: Les Chants du Hasard – Les Chants du Hasard

The French one-man project Les Chants du Hasard drops an imaginative and explorative debut of the very same name, a metal album with none of the usual metal instruments. Hasard bridges classical music with black metal in a form much ...

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Review: Municipal Waste – Slime and Punishment

Virginian party thrashers Municipal Waste first exploded on to the thrash renaissance scene at the turn of the century, producing a slew of albums that eventually saw them garner the attention of Nuclear Blast, who issued The Fatal Feast in ...

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Review: Carach Angren – Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten

The Dutch trio show no signs of changing their approach in their fifth album, as they once again craft their one-of-a-kind brand of symphonic black metal in a strict narrative mode. After the somewhat forgettable This Is No Fairytale, Carach ...

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Review: Harmonic Generator – Heart, Flesh, Skull and Bones

‘Harmonic Generator’, described as a heavy rock band from the South of France have released their ambitious new project ‘Heart, Flesh, Skull and Bones’. The album, packaging together four previously released EP’s, was released on June 9th and is currently ...

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