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Kreng by Jeroen De Wandel

Kreng, “The Summoner” Review

Kreng might make the scariest music on Earth. This is a bold statement when I consider my listening habits, but I find myself pleasantly disturbed sitting here listening to Kreng’s new masterpiece, “The Summoner”. Most of the tracks are named for...

Adrian Aniol "Obscura"

Adrian Aniol, “Obscura”

“Obscura” is an original score composed by Adrian Aniol for a theatre production. This must have been a frightening production as the music is utterly dark, tense and horrifying. This music is scary in the same way the Penderecki compositions used...

Pinkish Black

Pinkish Black, “Razed To The Ground”

The new album by Pinkish Black, “Razed To The Ground” is an epic work that could be the soundtrack to a bad ass, early 80’s Sword and Sorcery flick. This is heavy, drudge metal, layered with waves of vintage filter sweeps that evoke images of...

Row Boat

Row Boat’s “ETT” reviewed by Stationary Travels

Row Boat’s new full length album, “ETT”, was reviewed by Stationary Travels, a nice blog that focuses on ambient, post-rock and modern classical music. As enjoyable as were the EPs, ”Romance” and “Svaret är ja”, “ETT” unfurls the full scope and...

Chelsea Wolfe

Chelsea Wolfe, “Pain Is Beauty”

Chelsea Wolfe’s album “Pain Is Beauty” is epic, bold, ethereal and beautiful. This is a full fledged, fully realized rock album, covering all the gothic torch-bearing attributes one could ever hope to find in one album. The instrument selection...

Lustmord at Maschinenfest 2011

Lustmord, “The Word as Power”

Lustmord’s “The Word as Power” is an appropriately potent album that departs musically from the drones that make up his previous albums. This album still has Lustmord’s signature drones and dark ambiance, but is accompanied by extremely rich vocal...

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