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Posted by Boxcar Willy on 03.10.2012 at 04:36
Nice stuff to return home to




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  26.05.2016 at 15:43
XIV Dark Centuries - Jul: better than their LPs
Moonsorrow - Jumalten Aika: Epic, specially two first tracks
The Hammer33

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Age: 36
From: Canada
  05.06.2016 at 23:50
After recently re-listening to "Slaughter of the Soul" I decided to buy the new At The Gates album (At War With Reality). I was pleasantly surprised by the song writing and the vocals on that album - especially considering the 19 years in between ATG working together. I have had it my truck's CD player non-stop for 2 weeks now. Very good.
Guib
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Age: 25
From: Canada

  06.06.2016 at 22:40
Recently acquired:

Cult of Luna - Mariner
(Really like the vibe of this album and I think Julie Christmas's vocals are amazing. This collaboration, in my opinion, is a real success)

Also classics like..

Isis - Oceanic
Isis - Panopticon

And a more recent jewel...

Anciient - Heart of Oak
(Can't wait to hear more from this band, I love what they're doing)
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Paz
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Age: 27
From: Poland

  07.06.2016 at 09:54
Written by Guib on 06.06.2016 at 22:40

Also classics like..

Isis - Oceanic
Isis - Panopticon

I'm conisdering the purchase as well. Are these re-mastered, digisleeve editions? Quite curious how the sound is going...
Guib
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Age: 25
From: Canada

  08.06.2016 at 04:53
Written by Paz on 07.06.2016 at 09:54

Written by Guib on 06.06.2016 at 22:40

Also classics like..

Isis - Oceanic
Isis - Panopticon

I'm conisdering the purchase as well. Are these re-mastered, digisleeve editions? Quite curious how the sound is going...


Digisleeve editions both of them, I don't think it's re-mastered and well the sound is great, I'm not noticing any problem with it whatsoever. You should purchase these two my friend
you certainly won't regret it.

EDIT: Nevermind after checkin' a second time, they're both re-master from 2013.
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Paz
Synthwave Whore

Posts: 2043

Age: 27
From: Poland

  08.06.2016 at 08:38
Written by Guib on 08.06.2016 at 04:53

Digisleeve editions both of them, I don't think it's re-mastered and well the sound is great, I'm not noticing any problem with it whatsoever. You should purchase these two my friend
you certainly won't regret it.

That's all I wanted to hear. Thanks!
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  13.06.2016 at 16:36
Satyricon - Dark Medieval Times First presing
no one

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Age: 33
From: New Zealand

  13.06.2016 at 21:09
Life is Pain - Bloody Melancholy (re-release) cd

Been wanting this for ages but the original was like 70 bux or something
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Fallen Ghost
Metal & Beer

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Age: 25
From: Norway

  26.06.2016 at 19:57
The Ocean - Fluxion. Was at a festival and they sold very cheap records, so I picked this up blindly. And damn what a great blind purchase! Sounds really good
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  28.06.2016 at 22:52
Turisas - Battle Metal not as good as TVG, but a great viking journey
Graveland - Immortal Pride, probably best Graveland along with TS and WSTD, two great and epic tracks, repetitive sometimes but great atmosphere
Agalloch - The Mantle I don't know if this is better than AATG, less metal, more neofolk, more melancoly, great anyway
Mael Mordha - Damned When Dead I only heard two songs from this band after, butI bought it because it was very cheap, great surprise
Summoning - Old Mornings Dawn great Summoning album, not good as the three previous but better than the others
Dimmu Borgir - StormBlast (1996) I'm probably the only person who likes more early and later Dim gir than middle mu Bor, great album
Vombatus
Potorro

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From: Belgium

  29.06.2016 at 17:37
Written by ..... on 28.06.2016 at 22:52

Dimmu Borgir - StormBlast (1996) I'm probably the only person who likes more early and later Dim gir than middle mu Bor, great album


Most people I know prefer old DB, unless they dig mainstream crap. Personally, Stormblast is one of the best meloblack albums ever done. The band really had something special about their sound in the first two records, shame about the direction they took afterwards.

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