CADAVERIA: Mondoscuro

 

 Within seconds the world is bathed in a chaotic madness that leaves the neightbourhood aflame. This is the kind of music that could open the gates of Hell. It’s unbridled chaos! This is Cadaveria. This is “Mondoscuro“. The songs on this short album are pretty bloody brutal. Songs such as ‘Helter Skelter‘ and ‘Spell‘ are about as powerful as any Metal can be. It’s glorious. Overall, “Mondoscuro” is a powerful album worthy of any music collection.

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Bone Cult: Blackwork

 

 There is something new happening in Nottingham, England. No, it’s not zombified remains of Lord Byron running around and looting ASDA. Instead, there is a new type of music running around the countryside. This is the land of Death-Electronica. This is the land of Bone Cult. This is their brutal EP, “Blackwork“. The songs on this EP are quite simply, brilliant. The combination of handmade music mixed with electronics and Nottingham madness makes for a great and entertaining album. Overall, “Blackwork” is a brilliant album that would fit in fantastically in any music collection.

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Voidthrone: Spiritual War Tactics

Voidthrone
 

 Bloody. Brutal. Killer. Destructive. All these words sum up the undeniable power of Voidthrone, and latest offering to the gods of insanity, “Spiritual War Tactics“. The songs on this album are about as violent as songs can be. There is a savageness and a brutality here that is unbridled and pure. It’s all the levels of Hell burning into oblivion at once. It’s epic! Overall, “Spiritual War Tactics” is a bloody slaughter house of epic proportions. It’s a must have.

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Mantle: Lost (Music Review)

Mantle Music:Lost
 

 Well it seems that mad Scottish type person of the Celtic variety is at it again. Once again Fracture is playing around with music, but this time he’s gotten a few of his friends on board. This is Mantle. This is the multi-remix album “Lost.” The tracks on this lost EP are, well, EP tracks. 6 of the 8 are remixes for the title song “Lost.” 1 is the original song; and the last one is a bonus track. The remixes are quite diverse though. They tend to range from the bouncy club filler by Bastard Son, to the pounding sounds of miXile, and finally to the grinding industrial of Harsh Discipline. Overall, “Lost” is a tight little album that […]

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All Else Fails: The Forever Lie (Music Review)

 

 There is something running feral across Canada. No, it’s not Quebec Mooses on Gooses. It’s Metal. Pure bloody Metal! This is All Else Fails, with the brilliant “The Forever Lie“. The songs on this short album are powerful and come in a rapid assault. Songs like ‘Bones‘ and ‘Twice Broken‘ are incredibly fast monsters that are worthy of any moshpit. It’s bloody awesome! Overall, “The Forever Lie” is a brilliant album worthy of any Metal collection.

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Eve To Adam: Odyssey

 

 Power, power, and more power! That is how one could sum up the Metal scene. Be the bands 40 years old or 40 minutes old, the chances are they are bands that kick all kinds of backside in all sorts of directions. One of these rump stompers is Eve To Adam, and their latest offering to the gods, “Odyssey“. The songs on this, 10 track, album are wonderfully stalwart and extremely potent.  Songs such as ‘The Price‘ and ‘Landfill’ are the sorts of songs that can -and will- dominate the Metal scene for years to come. It’s that bloody powerful. Overall, “Odyssey” is a killer album that’s fast moving and worthy of any moshpit.

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for all the emptiness: mt

 

 I adore darker electronic music. There is something esoteric and primal in the use of distorted or aggressive vocals, powerful synths and brutal drumming. It’s perhaps the mixture of happy, carefree music mixed with threatening sounds of vicious technology that makes this sort of music so appealing and unappealing at the same time. This is For All The Emptiness, with their latest offering to the elder gods, “MT“. The songs on this, 5 track, album are powerful and driven, yet not insanely chaotic and savage. There is a sense of perfection and universal unity with every single piece of work on this appetite whetting album. Overall, “MT” is a brilliant album full of powerful dance-floor filling songs that will fit […]

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Something Mechanical: Less Than Human

 

 There is a something to be said about good Rock music. It’s powerful. It’s moving. It’s got potential. This is something powerful, something moving, something with potential; this is Something Mechanical, with their latest offering to the gods of chaos; this is “Less Than Human“. (Once again I was unable to find a music video for the new album. So here’s an old one.) The songs on this rapid album moves from strength to strength as the sounds assault the ether. Songs like ‘Gunn‘ and ‘In Shadows‘ flow with a power that is personal and entertaining. It’s just bloody good music. Overall, “Less Than Human” is an epic little album worthy of any Rock collection.

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OmnisighT: Power of One (EP)

 

 The sound of unbridled passion flows across the ether and dominates the surrounding environment. Drums and guitars and powerful vocals spill out across the world and show the peasants the power of “real” Rock music. It’s amazing! This is OmnisighT. This is the “Power of One (EP)“. The songs on this EP are exactly what you need to whet your appetite for Metal. Songs such as ‘Seven Sisters‘ and ‘Power Of One‘ are wonderfully entertaining and exceptionally diverse. This bands sound ranges power ballads and insane guitar solos to moshpit starters and raiding songs. It’s awesome. Overall, “Power of One (EP)” is a brilliant album worthy of any Metal collection.

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Molehill: Hearts On Fire

 

 I adore the combination of handmade music with that of electronics. The sounds produced can cross genres in numerous ways and bring a diverse and eclectic groups of people into the bands radar. One such band embracing this diversity is Molehill. This is “Hearts On Fire“. (I could not find a music video for the new album. But I did find this nice piece of live entertainment.) The songs on this progressive EP are fantastic and incredibly diverse. They whet the appetite and excite you for future releases. Overall, “Hearts On Fire” is a brilliant EP that hints at the glorious future this band will have.

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