Bands
Catarsis Incarne

Catarsis Incarne is a death metal band from Costa Rica. Originally formed in 2002 as Katharzys, the band released a demo and an EP, The Beginning Of Desolation, before relaunching under their new name, Catarsis Incarne.

Catarsis Incarne released their first album in their current guise, Katharma in 2011 under the independent label Plectro Records. The topics encompassed subjects around anti religion and existentialism. A highlight is the title track, which explores the arrival of the conquerors to Central American lands with all its pros and cons.

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Posted: 10.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Saturnalia Temple

Saturnalia Temple is the musical potion born from ages spent in occult strife. Inspired by diabolic inner experiences, encounters with Qliphotic energies and entities, psychedelic trips and the Northern climate. Musically deep down in the late sixties/early seventies Black Magic Rock, heavy metal, psychedelia and deep stuff. The band was first conceived by Tommie, who wished to return to musical roots, who invited drummer Paul and guitarist Konstantin.

Bass player Peter was accepted into the temple in March 2008. Our first demo UR was released during 2007, received several outstanding reviews, and has just been released as a cassette by Nuclear Winter Records, to be followed by a 7 vinyl ep in the autumn. In September 2008, renown doom label Psychedoomelic (Ramesses, Reverend Bizarre etc) was chosen to release UR as a digipack cd.

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Posted: 10.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Adaliah

Adaliah is a 6 piece metal/hardcore band from Florida.

The band formed in 2008 and Adaliah has been amassing a loyal fan base on the east coast through constant touring in support of their self-released EP entitled Rituals.

Their first album Broken Families was released June 5th 2012.

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Posted: 10.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Dissolution

Dissolution was formed in 2003 by Ryan Forsyth and Dennis Mott. After writing a few songs and posting on a couple of local message boards looking for band members, Graeme Martin eventually auditioned for drums. He didn't make the cut as a drummer, but was persistent and also auditioned for bass. He made the cut for bass. The three then tried out and attempted jamming with a few different drummers, and eventually played their first show in early 2005 with Dave Boyle, the drummer in Dennis's former band, Deadfall. Dave, however wasn't interested in continuing on at the time, and the trio decided to attempt to jam with programmed drum tracks, since they had a show booked already before Dave quit.

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Posted: 10.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Archon

Archon is a New York City based metal band whose sound blends the heaviest of psych, stoner, doom and sludge. Created in 2008 by Andrew Jude, Archon has persisted through several lineup changes. In 2010, the band self-produced its first full length record, The Ruins At Dusk.

Ouroboros Collapsing, their second album, will be released on February 19, 2013 on The Path Less Traveled Records.

(Source: Facebook, 9.2.2015)

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Against Tolerance

Against Tolerance is a metal/experimental band from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

In 2011, they released their first album called Undefined, produced by Dr. Sin's bass player Andria Busic, and masterized by Korzus guitar player Heros Trench.

After At Sessions project, which was a series of videos recorded live in the studio Papiris in Sao Paulo - including a metal version of the "Redemption Song" by Bob Marley, the group is preparing for the release of their new EP Redefined. The work also consists in creating a comic that complete the theme of the EP.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Los Random

Random appears in 2006, when Pablo and Raul get together to make some noise. The other musicians changed several times, until Marcos joined the band. That's when Random was really born, in 2009.

Just in time, a partner of Raul at the Psychology's University accepted the challenge and decided to give Random a chance. So Marcos started playing with the band and a mutual musical understanding and innovative expression took form. After several rehearsals and a few concerts, Random released their first EP Prrimo, The in 2009.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Descend Into Despair

The first steps of Descend Into Despair into this barren world were made in a gloomy day of February, 2010 in the cheerless town of Radauti, Romania. The band took birth from the ashes of many projects Denis Ungurean and Alex Cozaciuc tried to form.

Musically speaking, Descend Into Despair focus on the funeral doom metal genre. Their lyrical themes oscilate between the hope of a better tommorow and the decaying society that surrounds us. The downspiral of mankind is probably our most proeminent source of inspiration while misanthropy, dissapointment and many other negative emotions fuel our music.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Krokmitën

In the early 90's, inspired by the peak of thrash metal and the early death metal scene, mainman Simlev and a couple of friends formed Krokmitën. They recorded two demos and played gigs in and around the Montreal area. Subsequently, each band member had to deal with their respective life obligations - a lenghty hiatus ensued.

With a fresh start in mind, Simlev rebuilt Krokmitën from the ground up, wrote and recorded Alpha-Beta starting in 2005. The 46-minute track with animation synched to the music was then released in August 2011 with help from original drummer Mathz and newcomer guitarist Dubg. Alpha-Beta created fans worldwide and was very well received by critics of the metal scene.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Arbor

Formed in 2011, Arbor contains members from Green Bay and Milwaukee, WI. Arbor's first release, The Plutonian Shore, was released on July 13th, 2012.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Nachtblut

The beginnings of the band date back to 2005, when Askeroth started Nachtblut as a solo project. He soon found like-minded musicians who shared his visions and ideas. Thus, Nachtblut evolved into a real band. The line-up comprised Greif, Sacerdos, Skoll, and Lymania.

The band played their first concert in early 2007, which helped them achieve a great following outside their native Onasbrück. They continued to perform live and soon released their debut "Das erste Abendmahl" in June 2007. This collection of songs turned mere fans into disciples of the band. All over Germany, the dark scene could no longer turn a blind eye to the grim sounds of Nachtblut.

In the winter of 2007, the band opened up for the likes of Eisregen, Immortal, Sodom, Watain, Varg, and Endstille, to name but a few, helping Nachtblut become a major player in the underground scene. From its very beginnings, they were either met with love or hate. This polarization is due to Nachtblut's attitude. While other bands will say something to provoke, Nachtblut provokes in order to make a point and draw the listener's attention to a particular topic.

The concept album "Antik" was released in January 2009. The band was in charge of the recording and production at Trollheim Studio with the help of Ingo Hampf. With this release, the band was able to continue its path toward success, as more and more worshippers became part of the Nachtblut legion.

In 2011, Nachtblut signed a worldwide recording deal with the Austrian label Napalm Records.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Son Of Aurelius

Son Of Aurelius was formed in 2009 when vocalist Josh Miller assembled willing local Santa Cruz musicians for a short recording project at Castle Ultimate Studios. The musicians were Berkelee trained bass player Max Zigman, Spencer Edwards on drums, and Cary Geare playing guitar. They quickly wrote some material and recorded a 3 song demo in 5 days. The mix of styles and influences ranged from brutal death to swedish style melodic metal. Everyone involved saw the potential for a full time band and Son Of Aurelius was born. Upon hearing the demo, Animosity's Chase Fraser joined the group on second guitar.
In August of 2009, Son Of Aurelius spent 15 days recording their full length debut album with Zach Ohren at Castle Ultimate Studios. The new material reflected the demo in it's diversity of influences and genres. The 11 song album was officially finished in September, and the band began immediately rehearsing full time for live performances and relentless touring. On 6th of July the band digitally released an EP containing 5 new tracks, also released them with their debut album in a deluxe edition.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Bask

Bask is a four-piece group from Asheville, North Carolina that dabbled in stoner rock, post-rock, and their Americana roots.

The band came together around 2013, and since then has been putting time in on stage, performing for a steadily growing fanbase. For 2014, they entered the studio to record six songs that would make up their debut full-length album, American Hollow. Said to contain thundering percussion, loose grooves and scenic songs that conjure spirits of "old country crooners,"

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Spectral Haze

Spectral Haze was first conjured from the Void three years ago, through four sonick sorcerers residing in Oslo, Norway; Cëlestial Cöbra (Battery), Döömdogg (Bass guitar), Spacewülff (Vocals, guitars) and Sönik Slöth (Guitars). Through these last few years, Spectral Haze has undulated and grown into channeling through a fifth vessel, namely Electric Starling (Theremin, VOID). The upcoming album "I.E.V.: Transmutated Nebula Remains" follows their eponymous debut EP released in 2012 CE, and brings even more psyched out doom rock rituals

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Destroying Divinity

The band Destroying Divinity was founded in January 2001, starting it's musical path with following members: Erik - vocal, Gassi - guitar, Nagard - guitar, Ommurtag - drums.

Destroying Divinity recorded their first demo Created in this formation at the Šopa studio in June 2001. This demo was self-released and send to local labels. After releasing this demo, guitarist Mille was replaced by guitarist Nagard.

At the beginning of 2002 Flagin joined Destroying Divinity as a bass and guitar player. In this new formation, Destroying Divinity played a few concerts and wrote some new songs, which were recorded in the Šopa studio in the spring 2002. Subsequently a Czech label Grodhaisn offered DD releasing a full lenght debut album, where all material from the demo and the 4 new songs were used.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Fright Night

Fright Night was founded at the end of 2005 by its guitarist Marianna Lukianova. In October 2006 Fright Night found their lead voice, Alexey Ovsiyenko (Ergil). Marianna started singing backing vocals. The band started playing live shows and soon afterwards, all lyrics were changed to English. Ergil is the co-author and translator for the lyrics even to this day.

In February 2007, band members started recording a mini-album under the name "Inspired." It was done by mid-summer and contained four songs: "Black," "The Letter Of The End," "Rainbow Demon," and "The Cross And The Pyre." All of these songs were later released on a full album.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

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