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

Bands
Lenore S. Fingers

Lenore S. Fingers is an Italian band formed in 2010 by five people with very different styles, influences and musical approaches. Roman Dirge's comic "Lenore, The Cute Little Dead Girl" and David Firth's fantasy character Salad Fingers, are at basis of their monicker but also represent the roots of the music made by dark and melancholic atmospheres with Metal distortions and rhythmic structures everything overwhelmed by a dreaming and fantastic aura.

Lenore S. Fingers are ready to debut with their first release Inner Tales, a full-lenght album made by 9 tracks, proof of a more than 2 years lasting intense work and absolute dedication with a unique and original sound and that has been released on late february 2014.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Unseelie

Unseelie were founded at the end of 2010 in Paris, with a strong reference to the gothic metal aesthetics. Profound and intense, full of emotion, the band's music combines mysticism with modernity, darkness with a dreamlike atmosphere, powerful riffs with haunting melodies and electro beats. It is also a world made of myths and symbols, those languages we will never finish deciphering. It is an invitation to immerse oneself in the dark beauty of the unseelie courts, these ominous fairies who might still be hiding in the back streets of our megalopolis. After releasing its first EP Unholy Light in 2012, appearing on numerous compilations, shooting their first music videos and being broadcast on several radios, the band gave a series of concerts in Paris (Le Klub, La Cantine, Headbang Contest, Le Zèbre de Belleville, Le Reservoir...) in 2012-2013. In August 2013, Unseelie started to compose an ambitious concept album entitled Urban Fantasy, for which a crowdfunding campaign was launched on Indiegogo. The success of this fundraising was far beyond all expectations and enabled the band to enter the studio Zoé H in July with a confident state of mind. After more than a year of gestation, the album and its extensions (photobook, short story...) are ready to be officially released in early December 2014.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Goblin Hovel

Founded in 2010 with the hiatus of the first Meadville Gnome Folk Metal band Gnome Hut, Goblin Hovel is the solo project of Goblin. This project continued along the same lines as Gnome Hut, but with more emphasis on the folk influence. The live band consists of various musicians. The music is predominately based on scandinavian and eastern european folk music, although recent songs incorporate chinese, african, and brazilian influence as well. Prominent lyrical themes are goblins, ghosts, shamanism, alchemy, melancholia, and mythology.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Sorcery (Swe)

In the Beginning:
Sorcery was formed during the summer of 1986 and was influenced early on by the harder part of the hard rock spectrum. On the first demo from 1987 there are clear thrash influences but on the next release from 1988 the band has changed focus to what was to become known as Swedish death metal, something that the third demo from 1989 is an even clearer proof of. In the summer of 1990 the first single was released and in the following year the debut album Bloodchilling Tales was released.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Burnsred

Loosely fitting into the doom/sludge/post-metal genre, Burnsred play music which ebbs and flows through harmonic progressions, tempo changes, and dynamic shifts, while maintaining a presence both raw and unfettered.

Classically inspired melodies, elaborate song structures, and caustic tone yield a brand of metal with the Sturm Und Drang of Neurosis, the morose gloom of Asunder, the visceral sludginess of Burning Witch, and the tranquil melancholy of Godspeed You! Black Emperor. As doomy guitar and bass weave above pummeling drums and beneath a thin layer of rasped vocals, ambient noise, and keyboards, a sound roaring from the skerries of the San Francisco metal underground.

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Posted: 09.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Lost Inside

Formed originally as a solo project by Kold to express lack of feeling,

Band released two demos Endless Denial and Never Again later combined with three previously unreleased tracks to create a full length entitled No Place In Life released by Corkra Productions. After that vocalist Faulnis joined the band and recorded Cold Days released by Solitude And Despair Music.

The next full length Alone In The Wind is mainly an instrumental release excluding one track which features vocals by R. and it is available through Pest Productions.

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Unrest

Unrest was started in 2006 between Steve Jansson (Crypt Sermon, Infiltrator, Trenchrot) and Chris Grigg (Woe). Brooks Wilson (Crypt Sermon, Trenchrot) was added to the lineup later.

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by J. N.

Bands
Minutian

Minutian are a progressively inclined rock/metal group based in Helsinki, Finland. The band aspires to bring something fresh to the world of traditional rock rhythms. Their influences are drawn from various directions, with some of the more prominent ones from bands like King Crimson, Tool, Mastodon and Oceansize, to name but a few.

The music of Minutian is quite rhythmically oriented and odd time signatures are not frowned upon. The band originates from a three song demo by drummer Antti Ruokola with which he started looking for like-minded musicians. With the forming of the band's lineup the music too found its distinctive form.

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Djevel

Djevel was formed in 2009 by T. Ciekals.

T. Ciekals plays guitars, E. Hjelvik handles the grim vocal while Mannevond plays bass. Drums are aggressively performed by Dirge Rep.

The album Dødssanger was released in 2011, and features eight tracks of high quality black metal infected with a melodic darkness.

The album Besatt Av Maane Og Natt was released may 31st in 2013.

(Source: Facebook, 8.2.2015)

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Hyban Draco

Hyban Draco was founded in 2006 by Hyban Sparda with the objective of recording his own songs. He worked alone waiting for meet good band mates and during its time he recorded some unofficial products.

The first formation was Hyban Sparda, Cristhobal and Oby Mictian. They were using programming drums during a long time but they found Vincent.

With its formation in 2007 they edited the demos A Prophecy Of Insane and Infernal Glory which were distributed in Europe. Thanks to that demos Hyban Draco obtained his first label contract to record their debut CD.

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
S.D.I.

S.D.I. (short for Satan's Defloration Incorporated) is a German speed metal band.

Osnabrück based S.D.I. was created by Black Jack Co. members vocalist/bassist Reinhard Kruse and drummer Ralf Maunert during 1986. Enrolling another ex-Black Jack Co. member, guitarist Franck Tiesing, the demo Bloodsucker was recorded during 1986, followed by debut album Satan's Defloration Incorporated then Sign Of The Wicked in 1988. Tiesing was substituted by Rainer Rage the following year for the album Mistreated.

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by Bad English

Bands
Tonic Breed

In 2003, Patrik Svendsen and Bjørn Myhren got to know each other when they found out they shared the same interest for music. They were classmates and so was Rudi Golimo. In 2006, Patrik and Bjørn started playing together, both of them guitar. Rudi wanted to join in as well, and by Patrik and Bjørn's request, he bought a bass guitar. They had a lot of tryouts with different drummers in a period of time. It was first when the three of them met Daniel Pettersen they considered them self as a full band for the first time. The first rehearsal with this four man line up was in September, 2007. The band then started practice in Daniel's garage.

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by nicaZe

Bands
Abscession

Abscession are a Swedish death metal band who burst onto the scene in 2009 with their impressive demo 'Death Incarnate'. It took a while, but with Grave Offerings there is finally a follow up and real debut full-lenth by these guys. The trio mix up a heavy cocktail of strong, catchy melodies, nicely varied vocal patterns (and vocals), adding some clean (backing) vocals to the mix and a neat solo here or there, served up with thick layers of groove and a grave overall mood.

Source: http://abscession.bandcamp.com/

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Posted: 08.02.2015 by Bad English

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