Album Review – Outstrider by Abbath (Season of Mist)

Norwegian black metal band, Abbath, are back with their second album called Outstrider, released on the 5th of July via Season of Mist.

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Album Review: Baroness – Gold and Grey (Abraxan Hymns)

A new Baroness album always brings a certain level of excitement as they’re seen as a trusty and consistent faucet of rock. Baroness don’t release bad albums and the follow up to 2015’s excellent Purple has been hotly anticipated. Well, Gold & Grey is here now so the big question is have Baroness done it again?

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Album Review: Kneel – Interstice (Pulmonary Records)

A man of heaviness without limits and enemy of pre-conceived song structures re-emerges from the underground with Interstice. A unique record for those who like heavy music without formulas and catchy chorus. It is out on May 22nd 2019 via Pulmonary Records.

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Album Review: Starless Domain – EOS (Pacific Threnodies/Black Horizons)

Meant to be experienced as a single, 58-minute suite, EOS is an excursion into what Starless Domain calls ‘Deep Field Black Metal.’ EOS will be available on cassette on May 15th 2019 as a split release between Pacific Threnodies and Black Horizons.

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