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Lecherous Nocturne – Occultaclysmic

Many of the early Scandinavian black metal bands had their roots in death metal; Mayhem’s infamous Deathcrush EP is more of a death metal...

Cold as Hell: An Interview with Frost from Satyricon

Considered by many as one of the most influential black metal bands in history, with a career that spans almost three decades, Satyricon truly need no...

Abbath – Abbath

Like so many other fans of Immortal, I was shocked and saddened when I heard that Abbath Doom Occulta left the band, back in March...

Hornwood Fell – Hornwood Fell

When I first started listening to black metal, I had a select few bands that I spent the majority of my time listening to:...

Enthroned – Sovereigns

As a band, Enthroned have stayed surprisingly consistent in their sonic output, particularly when you consider that there aren’t any original members left in the...

Grave – Morbid Ascent

I have always found it rather foolish to discount anything that Grave has done throughout their illustrious career.  After releasing one Swedish death metal masterpiece...

Satyricon – Satyricon

Well, you probably know who Satyricon are. If you don't, you should be ashamed of yourself, so stop reading, go out and get a...

Nokturnal Hellstorm – Nokturnal Hellstorm

I had said earlier this week that doom metal was the subgenre most enamored with its humble roots, but in retrospect that statement's more...

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The Dark Side of Business: An Interview with Scott Ian Lewis of Carnifex

Scott Ian Lewis on the dangerous state of live music, comics, and Necromanteum

Belphegor – The Devils

Belphegor's twelfth studio album, "The Devils," is a dark and intense offering that showcases the band's signature blackened death metal sound. From the opening...
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