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Quandary Sokkole (Rising Recording 2014)

   Energy and impressions gets through the combinations of the releasing album from the producer bert Minnaert and mastering by Chris Common that comprising on the blended devotional Progressive Post-Hardcore/Math-Rock and Liege – Belgium unit playing the Post-Rock sessions under the name of Ilydaen for the finishing touch over Maze the album record; sounding closer to the rest of the bone-yard shift  shadows addicted to the legendary Tool, Prog-Metal and noise exhibition performing by the trio clues: Anthony L behind the drum-sets, Erik B on bass guitar and Daniel S on six-strings as added their influences from Magyar Posse, Bear McCreary, Isis, These Arms are Snakes or Twelve Tribes and Cult of Luna as they’re putting something different like a short vocals but mostly, the highly techniques of improvements among the instrumental adventuring tunes available there such on Argon Walls, 1/121, Lux for the under three minutes durations onto the higher six minutes more aggressively head-bangs via Curves & Saeptums, Breach or Daedalus. 

Feels like you has been flown within the evening winds or summer force of nature after hearing the half of this.


Archer Nomini Violent (Relapse Records 2016)

   Extensively cannot be and resisting to be categorized and generalized as the quintet possessing unparalleled universe of rocking music uniquely found out within these wide-spreading name calls to themselves as T.J Childers the drummer, Steven Russell and Trey Dalton on the guitars department; vocalist Mike Paparo and Joe Kerkes on bass guitar might somewhere being mentioned as one of the worst band coming out from Richmond, VA but the reality sees that this connecting of the blended Black Metal Sludge with Progressive Psychedelic Metal given the powerful passages that grew out expansively funereal and evocative in heaviness as your forward thinking for Extreme metallic music causing some propulsive proportions to getting thicker, darker and also fully grooved like the formations you would find inside the compositions over the tracks like Primordial Wound, Transfiguration, Potomac or even The Paradise Gallows and Where the Earth Meets the Sky releasing what we should calling as the small apocalypse in growling gazing sounds of Post-Metal, Doomy Sludge, Avant-Garde and Death metal epic provides by the Inter Arma’s destructive crushed journey over the ocean in Paradise Gallows … 

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Mental Sentence (Relapse Records 2016)

Underground quartet of Nathan Misterek on vocals, Nick Phit on guitars, Bryan Sours the drummer and Sketchy Jeff the bass player bring their Doom Metal alliance music project as a solid band adding more Sludge metallic grids as the past former members and the background story found out and sharing as the group from Portland, OR keeps continuing to decided exploding the tension for the true Heavy Metal extreme loving people gone head-banging and get lost into the perfect dangerous sounds in slower-bashing tunes just like over this cult-dark magical ritualistic artworks covers on the recording of The Curse That Is recorded by the band themselves – Graves At Sea  which sending the audiences their groovy, cutting teeth and gravy messages written between the lyrics over the themed about another urban legends or cult-burning tales like you going to hear within the metallic songs on Dead Eyes, Tempest, The Ashes Make Her Beautiful, Luna Lupus Venator or The Waco 177 relenting the mega-doomy slabs with fucking brutal riffs with maximum threats as self-loathing tormented demise of minutes closer to hell awaken.

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The Puzzle (Independent 2016)

Connecticut’s rocking alternative Grungy Dream-Pop and Folk sounds in a break-up recording releases as such an obvious essential romantic relationship for chance over thus one sided story digging deeper within the sad lyrics and themes spreading in deep tore schedules background available to cope the helps of calling onto the written book of poem, short story and ex-girlfriend confessions using the all instruments played by Conor Ryan or Lilian Burns-Merril additional vocals and the collage pictures of Ember did pretty much acoustically soften by Woozle as thus featuring tracks singing in a bit Garage/Bedroom style live takes as Anniversary Song, Aggression, Marrow, How Are You? Okay. as well as Consclusions or Conjugation which all make sense in their shortest forms jam-out not as a band yet. 


Oraculum Hope (Independent 2015)

Red-haired beauty female vocalist – Nele Messerschmidt as well as Phil Kohout (bass), Gilbert Gesldorf 9guitars) and Pascal Pannen (keyboards) with Martin Kluners (drums) are your newcomer group ultimately, representing Moers, North Rhine-Westphalia for their self-written melodic/harmony on hope, life and dreams themed tunes making as Symphonic Metal becoming their striking tidal power to possessing your interests upon them presence here.

As Elvellon releasing their debut extended play recording called Spellbound within thus five track spotted inside it  spreading the great sounds of operatic female vocals of European uniting and double pedals of the clean techniques higher enough to make your ears loving them. 

Dead-End Alley or Shore To Aeon as well as My Wings truly – sharing at least, sixty percents of the force to liking much about this works and the beauty whom driving it to look outside the night window by the tower of power of the symphonic.


Admiration Hill (NoCut 2011)

   Viva Hades means a metallic worshiping on the same god of war the ancient world knew him powerfully and intimidating enough to causing every single wars happening during the old world civilizations which led these Hamburg, Germany records for their fifth studio albums headlining the taste of your principle within how thus Gothic Rock or Symphonic Goth Metal elements comes catchy the eleven tracks-listing there arranged and composed by the Mono Inc. band: Manuel Antoni (bass), Carl Fornia (guitars), Martin Engler (lead vocals) and Katha Mia (drums, backing vocals) raising the black flag and harmony sounds and horn-signals the realm for another war ensemble within these romance themes and mystic tunes from Potter’s Field, A Love That Never Dies, Revenge, C’est La Vie, When All My Cards are Played and Reminiscence – all been written due to their first touring as the spreading of the Gothic Doom romantic death slowly crawling like creeps between your thighs and above your ignorant heads; pretty much invisible and hollow as sweeter.

Viva Hades:

Roses A Life Lost (Arising Empire 2015)

One melodic-core new-style with a real babe front woman singer/growler just feels sounding right to the ears of those Heavy Metal lovers whom thirsty for something delighted beauty and dangerous on the similar times as it bursting higher like the hot temperatures and protest lyrics tales about the surrounding worlds which these Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg – Germany of Venues crew with Dennis the drummer, Flo the bass player, guitarists Constantin and Toni onto the double vokilists Robin and Nyves given the Post-Hardcore with a bit of little influences from the likes for Underoath, Vanna, Silverstein and Funeral For A Friend which didn’t specifically just elaborating the brutal-mazed sizing grinds but also there’s harmony melodic sounds like the second song out of Break Down A Venue in Punk-Pop skates romance for Nights Like These or the opening blatant crushing of Broken Glass in four minutes and forty-nine seconds. If time’s up and the raven died inside the hour glass; means perhaps – it’s the end of the rock as we might know it ? 

Don’t … 

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