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Posted by deadone on 27.10.2014 at 00:19
Kreator - Enemy of God

Good album - Kreator have proven to be quite consistent since returning back to thrash.

Opeth - Ghost Reveries

I like it but my 2 year old doesn't. Go figure.



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deadone
loins are moist

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From: Australia

  01.09.2015 at 16:25
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 01.09.2015 at 15:46

Written by deadone on 01.09.2015 at 13:33

Various - Grindhouse
Old Terrorizer comp from 2010 featuring unsigned bands. Of this batch, only Bloodshot Dawn seem to have got anywhere but there's some decent stuff on here.



Who else is featured on it?



Mutant
Eradiator
Juggernort
Burial
Adestreia
Amongst The Survivors
Bloodshot Dawn
Kataplectic
This Means War
Greg(O)Rian
Between The Screams
Galleons
Devoured
Redmist Destruction
Fireblade
Muted


Enjoyable stuff overall. I used to like the Terrorizer comps but they went down hill in the last few I listened to (Fear Candy's numbered 100 and higher). The best ones were these ones showcasing new bands.

The compilation CD was always a great concept in my mind - came across many cool things that way.
Infernal Eternal

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From: Greece

  01.09.2015 at 19:57
I actually bought 2 albums last week, The Serpent's Gold, a best-of of Cathedral and Sodom's In the sign of evil/Obsessed by cruelty. I had the time to listen only to the latter and it's really cool. Every time I listen to:
I turn the cross upside down
and read Satanic Bible with fucking grown
my life begins at midnight twelve
masturbate to kill myself
Blasphemer...

I laugh my ass off!
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Wukk

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From: UK

  01.09.2015 at 20:40
Amorphis - Elegy
Something always put me off this album. I don't know what it was, because this was a brilliant listen.
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no one

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From: New Zealand

  02.09.2015 at 02:38
Sadhaka - Terma
Trist - Večerní samoty
Pantopticon - Roads to the north
Life is pain - bloody melancholy
Echtra - sky burial
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Masterchief

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Age: 30
From: Sweden

  02.09.2015 at 18:34
Ophis - Withered Shades
Bloodway - Mapping The Moment With The Logic Of Dreams
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Stormtroopers of Death - ''Speak English or Die''

I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
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Defaeco

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From: Israel

  03.09.2015 at 00:59
Ahab - The Boats of the Glen Carrig
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Wukk

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Age: 22
From: UK

  03.09.2015 at 02:49
Countless Skies - Countless Skies [EP]
Be'lakor plugged these guys today for, you guessed it, being so musically inspired by Be'lakor that they named themselves Countless Skies. I loved sampling this EP and I can't wait for them to play my town on Saturday.
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Candlemass
Defaeco

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From: Israel

  03.09.2015 at 12:48
Amorphis - Under the Red Cloud
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Netzach

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From: Sweden

  03.09.2015 at 19:26
Written by Candlemass on 03.09.2015 at 12:48

Amorphis - Under the Red Cloud

This.

What do you think about it? Even though it isn't anything really new (and who though it would be?), I like the heavier, a bit faster sound and it might just become my favorite Joutsen-era album. Time will tell (Silent Waters is hard to beat). Best tracks are "The Skull" and "Tree Of Ages", imo.
Candlemass
Defaeco

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From: Israel

  03.09.2015 at 20:01
Written by Netzach on 03.09.2015 at 19:26

This.

What do you think about it? Even though it isn't anything really new (and who though it would be?), I like the heavier, a bit faster sound and it might just become my favorite Joutsen-era album. Time will tell (Silent Waters is hard to beat). Best tracks are "The Skull" and "Tree Of Ages", imo.


Generally I'm not into melodic metal and I prefer the earlier Amorphis albums, but this album, I'm enjoying. It has an easy flow to it, great melodies and contains enough heavy riffs to keep me my head-banging and enough complexity to keep me interested. Need to listen a few more times for favorites, but so far, it's awesome.
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no one

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Age: 32
From: New Zealand

  03.09.2015 at 22:04
Nhor - Within the darkness between the starlight

such a good album
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