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Ov Shadows – I Djävulens Avbild

Though they're not treading any new ground, Ov Shadows deliver a powerful and horrendous kind of black metal

Watain – Trident Wolf Eclipse

Watain have earned themselves quite a reputation for their uncompromising approach to songwriting and live shows over the last 20 years. With a sound...

As Usual, Vice is Full of Shit (this time about Satanism in Metal)

Vice is a terrible publication, run by a bunch of know-it-all hipsters with more money than talent and integrity. When they're not busy running...

Breeding Pestilence: An Interview with Nergal

Although we had interviewed him before, this was my first time meeting Nergal, the singer of Behemoth, so I was pretty excited. With him...

Infernal Awakening – Enlightened by Lucifer’s Flame

Hailing from, of all places, Tucson, Arizona, Infernal Awakening are a symphonic “orthodox” black metal band that promises to set the world on fire....

Defenders of the Faith: Metal and Religion

There are certain hypocrisies in the metal world when it comes to religion; a double standard that we all apply when it comes to...

Satan Save Me From Your Followers: Why I hate Black Metal Fans

I love black metal. From the melodic approach taken by Dissection and Watain, to the downright cacophonic sounds of Burzum, I fucking love it....

The Worship of Evil in the Heavy Metal Scene

Michael Kiske, a devout Christian, gives his opinion on what he sees as the glorification of evil in heavy metal and how it affects people.

Axxis – Kingdom of the Night II

It often happens that when I review an album, even if I enjoy it, it leaves my playlist as soon as the review is...

Astrophobos – Remnants Of Forgotten Horrors

The Swedish black metal scene has always produced bands of a high caliber; bands that took the speed and nihilism of standard black metal...

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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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