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Stilla – Synviljor

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Yeah, my child of the night. I'm perfectly aware that Doro's new release is no news at all. But the news are we have...

Mist – Free Me out of the Sun

Ladies and gentlemen, this is Mist! Please, do not confuse with The Mist, which is a classic extreme metal band. This is a female...

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Has my dear fan ever considered how influential some bands are? Have you ever given a thought on the legacies that bands as Black...

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Ancestral Kvltv – Nomen Omen

It's really odd when an album kicks off right off with the vocals blazing his guns and yelling his throats out. As the ladies...

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Sometimes in only one day planned to happen lots of releases it is possible to find bunches of efforts with the same, or near,...

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What can we tell from a band named Sathanas? At first, I can't help it comparing to the impression most had listening to the...

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By its first seconds, no one would say Carnal Tomb "Abhorrent Veneration" is a putrid and virulent album. It's so because the first seconds...

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