The Algorithm - Brute Force

Electro + metal = madness.exe 31.03.2016

A refined polymorphic code of madness. Ten slabs of heavy hitting, guitar infused, abrasive electro shit.
Now with added Igorrr / Pryapisme value!

Listen here or there!

A Forest Of Stars - Beware The Sword You Cannot See

Gentlemen music! 04.03.2015

The gentlemen's club of A Forest Of Stars came again from the 1890's to bring us their fourth album of their unique take on atmospheric black metal.

Check it out on bandcamp!
Unless you prefer videos, then ckeck this and this!

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Nero Di Marte - Derivae

meloproggy post-death (and stuff) 01.11.2014

Ever wondered how Ulcerate would sound if they were less extreme and more progressive? That's Nero Di Marte for you: a melodic take on the post-death sound, less suffocating but maybe more disquieting.

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Trepalium - Voodoo Moonshine

Swing Death Metal 19.10.2014

Supersexy Swingin' Sounds? Hell yeah!

Trepalium have been searching since XIII for the perfect mix between the aggression in death metal and the swing and catchiness in jazz. Well, they nailed it perfectly with that awesome EP!

Check Moonshine Limbo's video if you haven't already!

Yob - Clearing The Path To Ascend

Heaviness incarnate 12.10.2014

Four songs, one hour of pure heavy and pounding doomy stuff. Dynamic, entrancing, atmospheric, all at the same time.

Beware, this beast is HUGE!

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Skyclad - Prince Of The Poverty Line

Skyclad at their best! 21.07.2014

You know what? This album's twenty years old and it's still as relevant as it was when it first came out. So do yourself a favor and check it out - or spin it a few times again!

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Darkside Momo
R'Vannith, Mr. Doctor, Daniell

The Great Old Ones - Tekeli-Li

At The Mountains Of Madness 04.06.2014

Relive the story of that ill-fated Miskatonic University expedition in Antarctica with The Great Old Ones's second album.

If you haven't checked it already, find it HERE!

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Vulture Industries - The Tower

Extreme Prog / Avantgarde Metal 02.10.2013

Long gone are the Arcturus copycat days, now Vulture Industries just released their most personal album to date. Soaring, theatrical, twisted, deeply emotional, awesome.

Try here or there!

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The Ocean - Pelagial

Post-hardcore / symphonic / sludge / and then some... 14.05.2013

Precambrian part II, at last!! Well, quality-wise, that is; musically it's a different beast...

Are you ready to dive in the deepest of waters?

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Hacride - Back To Where You've Never Been

Metal (melo-prog-extreme-djent-Hacride) 22.04.2013

With a renewed line-up (featuring Klone's drummer, no less), Hacride are back with their most accessible, melodic yet technical album to date. But, most of all, it's the emotional intensity that truly makes the difference.

Terra Tenebrosa - The Purging

Crushing. 27.02.2013

Easily as crushing and terrifying as The Tunnels, but in a different, more dynamic and less claustrophobic way.

A must-listen, no less.

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A Forest Of Stars - A Shadowplay For Yesterdays

Unique Atmospheric / Avantgarde Black 24.07.2012

Maybe, maybe, more accessible than their previous two offerings, yet still completely unique, A Forest Of Stars didn't disappoint at all with this new gem of an album.

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Terra Tenebrosa - The Tunnels

Claustrophobic 22.01.2012

A description? What? You want a description? It's simple, really. Go in a cave, a really deep one. Now get relentlessly crushed by tons of rocks. That'll do the trick.

Or, in other words, it's some dissonant avant/post/sludge/drone stuff. Or something else. But who cares, as long as it's awesome?

Thy Catafalque - Rengeteg

Beautiful 02.01.2012

What? Isn't "Beautiful" descriptive enough? OK, fine then, what about "avant-garde atmospheric metal with BM roots"? Yeah, that's what I thought. Beautiful is better.

And Hungarian does really sound poetic.

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Textures - Dualism

Textured Goodness 30.09.2011

As technical and progressive as Silhouettes, but this time violence and wildly evolving song structures left some place for finely crafted melodies and atmospheres.

A new Textures album, a new wonder to immerse oneself in. Simple as that.

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