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      Earth Even Hell has its Heroes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album cover

      Earth – Even Hell has its Heroes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Album Review

      Earth’s Newest Album Is A Self-Referential Soundtrack To A Documentary About The Bands History. Read About The Film And Its Music HERE!
      TÍRAD DÛR FELL LIGHT IN WINDY CLOUD album cover

      ALBUM REVIEW: TÍRAD DÛR – FELL LIGHT IN WINDY CLOUD

      Album review of the latest release by Native American black metal outfit, Tírad Dûr.
      Kollaps Until The Day I Die Front Cover

      ALBUM REVIEW: KOLLAPS – UNTIL THE DAY I DIE

      A review of the latest album Until The Day I Die by post-industrial band KOLLAPS.
      Album cover of And Deeper Still by The Magician Reversed

      ALBUM REVIEW: THE MAGICIAN REVERSED – AND DEEPER STILL

      A review of And Deeper Still by blackened funeral doom band The Magician Reversed.
      Enclave World In Progress EP Cover

      EP REVIEW: ENCLAVE – WORLD IN PROGRESS

      Enclave is a Sydney band who play an aggressive kind of post-punk with some noise rock/art-rock sensibilities. Learn more about their first EP World In Progress HERE!
      Bretwalda Cammock Tongue Cassette

      ALBUM REVIEW: BRETWALDA – CAMMOCK TONGUE

      What happens when you put an experimentally-inclined literature teacher in a bustling Eastern megacity? The answer is Bretwalda - Cammock Tongue, a medieval inspired approach to pre-industrial atmospheres.
      Anton LaVey Strange Music cassette tape

      ANTON LAVEY – STRANGE MUSIC ALBUM REVIEW

      A pragmatic look at the 1994 release by Church Of Satan leader - Strange Music by Anton LaVey.
      Photo of Asian American artist SINE for her upcoming EP Mantis 1

      SINE Mantis 1 REVIEW – Darkwave From Texas

      Step into the first EP from upcoming trilogy, Mantis 1 by SINE. Synth, beats and darkwave from Texas.
      Brighter death Now All Too Bad Bad To All album cover

      “RETURN TO NOTHING” – BRIGHTER DEATH NOW All Too Bad – Bad To All...

      Still upholding the black flag of industrial music, Roger Karmanik's legendary Brighter Death Now returns with their latest album All Too Bad - Bad to All.
      Son Of Seth De Dor a Odio album cover

      Death Industrial Ritualism – Son Of Seth, De Dor a Odio ALBUM REVIEW

      Doom laden death industrial ritualism from the dark icy depths of the nordic states.