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Review: Germ – Grief

November 21, 2021

What’s going on with the Australian metal scene, really? There’s only thirteen reviews posted on this site so far and three of them involve Australian bands. Back in the 90s there was an accumulation of Norwegian Bl...


Review: Draconian – Sovran

January 20, 2019

For me, Draconian has a unique style for itself. I cannot call it precisely gothic or doom. Frankly speaking, I also cannot call it a hybrid of those two genres called “gothic doom”. I know it’s futile to insist on limiting the...


Review: Portrayal – To the Black Sea

December 9, 2018

‘To the Black Sea’, Portrayal’s only full album to date, is full of dreamy synth pop, post-rock and melancholic darkwave melodies. Indiebeat named this two-man band from Shrewsbury UK (since 2013) the ‘B...


I believe that I understand the rebelliousness displayed by black metal bands due to the essence and roots of the music they make. Being a continuation and evolution of punk music, metal first appeared in thrash and heavy forms...


Review: Aquilus – Griseus

November 17, 2018

Would you be surprised if I told you that Aquilus is a one-man project? Well, you probably would be, upon listening to the album called Griseus. Not only the compositions and lyrics, but also all the instruments are handled by ...

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