Newsletter 05
May 2017
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[93991 bands] [295351 albums] [24462 reviews] [1117 interviews]

Big Wreck: Grace Street
Whenever there is a big wreck, you see a cluttered mess of debris. Their first two albums were an eclectic mix of influences from nineties grunge...[continue]
Sonic Syndicate: Confessions
One would think with a comeback, there would still be hope for this band. I, as an avid supporter of the Sonic Syndicate that I used to know, feel...[continue]
Xerxes The Dark: Transmutation
Transmutation is a nocturnal, deep, quiet and ominous blackened ambient release which definitely figures among the most accomplished ones published...[continue]
Venom: Demon
This reminds of some really dirty rock n roll music given some extra overdrive with a punk vibe. The vocal does remind me of Paul Di'Anno. The...[continue]
Lord 13: 2013
This album has some very catchy guitar riffs and rhythms. Some of the riffs are reminiscent of some of the great 90s rock band. This band comes...[continue]
Dark Tranquillity: Atoma
Melodic death metal icons Dark Tranquility just released Atoma last month, and the album, perhaps more than many of their past albums, reflects the...[continue]
Black Star Riders: Heavy Fire
Thin Lizzy was a hot band in the seventies and into the early eighties. It ended when they split up in eighty three and their legendary front man,...[continue]
Black Anvil: As Was
During the nineties, metal music declined in the states with the rise of the grunge genre. In the two thousands, Scandinavian metal was made...[continue]

Interview with Aluk Todolo

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April 2017.


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