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Obscurity – Streitmacht Review

Obscurity – Streitmacht Review

“What’s in a name? For Obscurity, an awful lot. Two decades of hammering away in their Viking forges have produced an armory’s worth of albums, but none particularly sharp. Their Amon Amarth-worship has suffered steep decline since 2010’s Tenkterra, but eighth entry Streitmacht is girding itself for a long raid up the coast.” Gone coasting.

Varg – Das Ende aller Lügen Review

Varg – Das Ende aller Lügen Review

“The arrival of 2016 finds the tides turning for Varg, now signed to Napalm Records. Das Ende aller Lügen (The End of All Lies) is here and with it Varg presents their latest direction—one encouraging impulsivity, unpredictability, revelry and brute force. All packaged in nice bright red war paint.” Madam X is here to tell you about the creepy German dogs she dragged home. Who’s not interested in that?

Arkona – Stenka Na Stenku Review

Arkona – Stenka Na Stenku Review

Arkona (Russian: Аркона) are a Russian folk metal band that has been a real revelation in the scene, as one commenter over at the Angry Metal Guy facebook page put it. Their music deftly blends Russian folk themes with black metally influence and ends up being a bit of a Finntroll plus Russia result. As far as this Angry Metal Guy is concerned, this cannot be more welcome. So while we aren’t being graced with a follow up to 2009’s excellent Goi, Rode, Goi! you can at least get a taste of an acoustic version of it on this EP.

A Great Review of Burzum’s Belus

A Great Review of Burzum’s Belus

Burzum- Belus. Some people wanted me to review the new Burzum a review, but honestly I didn’t even get a promo of it and wasn’t about to download it illegally or spend money on it just so I could review it. So instead, I have found a review that will work, a review written entirely […]