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Book of Black Earth - Horoskopus (2LP) Cover Art Book of Black Earth - Horoskopus (2LP)

Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Seattle's Book of Black Earth have really delivered some crushing, molten, sludge-filled death metal here. This 5-piece is as heavy as they get, their sound filled with behemoth guitar riffs, beefy bass lines, pounding drums, and some solid Dan Swano/Edge of Sanity inspired death metal vocals.

On Horoskopus, Book of Black Earth produce an interesting sound that contains elements of Benediction-like blunt death metal, minimally produced rattling black, roaring sludge and ominous doominess. The unstoppable bluntness of the sound can be compared to Lair of the Minoraur.

Featuring members of Skarp, Iamthethorn, and Teen Cthulu, Book of Black Earth are much like label mates Withered, in that they are deeply rooted in Stockholm styled death metal, but where Withered have heavy black metal, and post rock injections, BoBE are a pure death metal act with maybe a hint of crusty sludge and pure old school heavy metal a la Lair of The Minotaur. The end result is easily one of the better examples of an American band plying old school death metal ever to grace these ears.

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Book of Black Earth - Horoskopus (CD) Cover Art Book of Black Earth - Horoskopus (CD)



Seattle's Book of Black Earth have really delivered some crushing, molten, sludge-filled death metal here. This 5-piece is as heavy as they get, their sound filled with behemoth guitar riffs, beefy bass lines, pounding drums, and some solid Dan Swano/Edge of Sanity inspired death metal vocals.

On Horoskopus, Book of Black Earth produce an interesting sound that contains elements of Benediction-like blunt death metal, minimally produced rattling black, roaring sludge and ominous doominess. The unstoppable bluntness of the sound can be compared to Lair of the Minoraur.

Featuring members of Skarp, Iamthethorn, and Teen Cthulu, Book of Black Earth are much like label mates Withered, in that they are deeply rooted in Stockholm styled death metal, but where Withered have heavy black metal, and post rock injections BoBE are a pure death metal act with maybe a hint of crusty sludge and pure old school heavy metal a la Lair of The Minotaur. The end result is easily one of the better examples of an American band plying old school death metal ever to grace these ears.

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Book of Black Earth - The Cold Testament (CD) Cover Art Book of Black Earth - The Cold Testament (CD)



Where before the band oozed despair, they now emanate panic and fury each shriek and shred bright and irritated as a fresh wound. The Cold Testament marks a new plateau for one of the best death-metal acts around.

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Holy Grail - Crisis in Utopia (CD) Cover Art Holy Grail - Crisis in Utopia (CD)



Rarely does a band put out an album that makes me clinch my fist and pound it on my desk with approval but leave it to Holy Grail to do just that. “Crisis In Utopia” is chock full of classic metal anthems full of thundering double bass drums, harmony lead guitar and enough sweep picking that would make Yngwie Malmsteen feel threatened.

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Holy Grail - Crisis in Utopia (LP) Cover Art Holy Grail - Crisis in Utopia (LP)

Limited edition of only 800 copies on 135gr. black vinyl.

Rarely does a band put out an album that makes me clinch my fist and pound it on my desk with approval but leave it to Holy Grail to do just that. “Crisis In Utopia” is chock full of classic metal anthems full of thundering double bass drums, harmony lead guitar and enough sweep picking that would make Yngwie Malmsteen feel threatened.

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Kylesa - Static Tensions (CD) Cover Art Kylesa - Static Tensions (CD)



I remain steadfast: this is the best Kylesa record to date. Static Tensions picks up where Time Will Fuse Its Worth left off - two drummers weaving beats around each other, spurring on pummeling riffs. While the dual drumming usually results in a monolith of primal sound, it’s used on songs to create a polyrhythmic cacophony. The guitars are tuned bowel-loosening low, but the vintage amplifiers lend them a warm, soothing tone. There are a few proggier numbers vaguely reminiscent of the band’s fellow Savannah, Georgia dwellers Baroness, although a fair bit darker. Kylesa’s achievement: sludgy bottom end, psychedelic leads, heavy grooves, hardcore punk speed, and compelling vocals.

Static Tensions sees the avant sludge metallurgists concocting yet another highly individualized piece of post-metal, thicker, darker and seemingly more focused on songcraft than 2006’s Time Will Fuse Its Worth with heavy atmospherics built from aggressive riffs and savage performances. As ever, with Kylesa, it’s a tale of sonic conflict. We hear guitarist/vocalist/producer Phillip Cope versus guitarist/vocalist Laura Pleasants, Cope and Pleasants then teaming up to take on drummer Carl McGinley and drummer Eric Hernandez, McGinley, and Hernandez then turning on each other, the songs doing battle with themselves (and our eardrums) and the unavoidable maturation process and willful progression engaged mano a mano with the desire to bludgeon listeners over the head with heaviness. Whether this is the record that garners Kylesa the notoriety they seem to have been trying to beat down the wall of for so long, I don’t know, but it rocks.

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Kylesa - Static Tensions (T-shirt) Cover Art Kylesa - Static Tensions (T-shirt)



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Kylesa - Time Will Fuse Its Worth (Standard Edition) (CD) Cover Art Kylesa - Time Will Fuse Its Worth (Standard Edition) (CD)



Time Will Fuse Its Worth sees the band continuing to evolve upon Kylesa's signature sound, seamlessly flowing from track to track encompassing listeners with sounds far and wide and an utter disregard for musical boundaries. Bringing together avant-garde experimentalism with the pure fury of dirty, sludgy riffs and raw, coexisting male and female vocals, Kylesa's ambient noise interludes, grimy rock riffs and impassioned gruff vocals portray the doom-inspired punishment they are capable of dishing out with dual drop-tuned guitars.

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Kylesa - To Walk a Middle Course (CD) Cover Art Kylesa - To Walk a Middle Course (CD)



To Walk a Middle Course expands on the sound displayed on the No Ending.. EP, putting the band with contemporaries like Rwake, Dove, and Mastodon. They’ve got complicated, mathy moments, where they abruptly shift directions mid song, and repeat listens show that there’s significantly more going on than your standard verse - chorus - verse template. But Kylesa also know that the most effective approach is the simplest one. So while some songs may be jammed with about face moments, they never stop being direct. Besides, with three singers, there’s more than enough going on with Kylesa. You’ve got an early Mike Muir signin’ shout, a John Connelly (Nuclear Assault) screech, and a hardcore bark.

So far it blows doors on the EP- and that's saying alot.

It reminded alot of Dystopia in a way with some of the more noisier/trippy parts mixed with the sludge.

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Rebel Wizard - Triumph of Gloom (CD) Cover Art Rebel Wizard - Triumph of Gloom (CD)



Rebel Wizardís negative metal is an anarchic alchemical process of outsider energies respecting the power of traditional triumphant metal into a unique sound to smash out the coerced gloom and banality of our times. It is a creation from Australian musician, NKSV, also from the long running black metal/noise band Nekrasov. NKSV started the band in 2012, released his first demo in 2013 and since then has self-released a steady flow of music including 5 EPs, a mini album and this yearís Triumph of Gloom album which has received a ton of praise from the press all over the world. Rebel Wizard canít be summed up with one simple label. Itís not black or thrash metal but firmly rooted in both. Thereís a touch of NWOBHM in there as well the epicness of power metal. Many bands try to combine different genres of metal, some fail, some succeed, but what makes Rebel Wizard strive is itís done from instinct. 30 years of listening to all genres of metal has given NKSV a vast arsenal to choose from. However itís not so much the music heís going after, but rather the feeling. Remember the first time you heard Maiden, Blind Guardian, Rainbow, Emperor, etc? NKSV takes those sentiments and then grabs the guitar and puts them into music. The result is fresh and full of emotion, probably words NKSV would not like associated with his music, but canít be avoided when approaching writing this way.

The description he does like however is aforementioned ďNegative MetalĒ. Not so much on the sense of depression of nihilism, but more so of the negation of self. Self negation has been defined as of doing away with categories that limit oneself and others from oneís full potential. Labels and tags hinder the arts more than they assist in the appreciation of it, which is something Rebel Wizard seeks to destroy with triumphant pounding fists.

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