Ihsahn – Das Seelenbreche – Review

April 28, 2014

There are now more Ihsahn solo records than Emperor records. It’s safe to say the former Emperor frontman is committed to this life of relentless experimentation.

Ihsahn – Das Seelenbreche – Music Stream

April 28, 2014

With last year’s release, there are now more Ihsahn solo records than there were Emperor records, so I think it’s safe to say the former Emperor frontman is committed to this new life of relentless experimentation.

Nonexistence – Antarctica – Review

July 2, 2013

Seeing as Antarctica is a vast, harsh, desolate, ice cold expanse of misery, it’s amazing that it’s taken this long for it to get its due from the metal world.

Anaal Nathrakh – Vanitas – Review

January 21, 2013

Superior black metal from the UK. Anaal Nathrakh mix in all sorts of extreme sounds into their attack, from grind to industrial, and they do it with style.

Khors – Wisdom of Centuries – Review

January 9, 2013

Your street cred will go through the roof (and your sex life through the floor) once you bust out that you have some UKRAINIAN BLACK METAL in your collection.

Ihsahn – Eremita – Review

July 24, 2012

Former Emperor frontman Ihsahn has been killing it on his solo albums in recent years, and Eremita is no different.

Sigh – In Somniphobia – Review

July 1, 2012

Extreme noise bringers from Japan, Sigh have run the gamut of styles over their 20+ years, from black metal to progressive to avant-garde.

Taint – Secrets And Lies – Review

April 1, 2008

Taint (taint stoner, taint sludge, taint hardcore neither) competing with Spice, Spiritual, and Clutch, but adding an artful noise and an Entombed Viking vocal.

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