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First things first. Sometimes I'm in no mood for Doom Metal or all atmospheric genres. As I said before one has to be in...

Revulsion – S/T Review

I respect a lot a band that started an album with an insane drum spanking as this Revulsion "S/T." What drummer Atte Karppinen does...

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 The fan that goes beyond Metal music frontiers will understand the comparison I'll make. To listen to Sea Sleeper "Nostophobia" the fan goes into...

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First thing that comes to mind while listening to Korpiklaani "Jylhä" is that the album is long, or appears to be very long. Well,...

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Unlike my peers, I consider Symphonic Metal a kind of point of entry to heavier sides of Metal. I guess it's the only subgenre...

Anael – Mare Review

For reasons I absolutely don't know there are weeks that concentrate releases of some subgenres of Metal. I don't know if record companies make...
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Angelus Apatrida – S/T Review

This the kind of album that goes into it direct with no regrets or hard feelings. "Indoctrinate" opens up "Angelus Apatrida" leaving the fan...

Harakiri for the Sky – Mӕre Review

Before more than 1,000 reviews the fan knows a little who I am. I'm the one who asks the questions nobody else dares to...

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This is the abum I've been waiting all my reviewer's life to have the opportunity to put my dirty hands in it. Accept are...

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Sometimes I confuse band names and albums. It's natural due to the great amount of bands and albums I've been running into for all...

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After a post-hippie stuff there's nothing like having a down-to-earth release as this Kira "Peccatum et Blasphemia" which couldn't be more down-to-earth. Furius, insane,...

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Sometimes working here is like a time travel. It's like taking the time train to 1968's San Francisco's hippie summer of love with the...

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