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Gutiroth : Metal albums reviews

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Gutiroth

Band name: Gutiroth

1.- Horizontes 2.- Tabebuia Chrysantha



Album: Esencia Dorada , review

The bands country origin: Venezuela

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Raventale > Dark Substance Of Dharma album review : Metal albums reviews

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Raventale >  Dark Substance Of Dharma album review

Band name: Raventale

Again demonstrating they're nothing if not consistent, Raventale bring out their seventh full-length album, an outwardly aggressive yet palatable block of professional grade Black-ish, Death-ish metal with loads of speedy double-kick drums for the headbangers and a liberal heaping of synthesizer icing for those who like to get a bit mystical while they're at it. No major changes to Raventale's familiar formula appear on 'Dark Substance of Dharma'. Raventale continue to embody the core musical mission of Solitude Productions, they're just faster about it compared to many of their labelmates.



Album: Dark Substance Of Dharma , review

The bands country origin: Ukraine

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Khemmis > Hunted album review : Metal albums reviews

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Khemmis >  Hunted album review

Band name: Khemmis

This sophomore proves it’s not enough to say that Khemmis is a great band; they’re a group of true artists. With their debut release, ’Absolution’, Khemmis made some noise in the Doom world, giving us all something to talk about. They pulled off several approaches to the genre, with each attempt demonstrating a high level of musical proficiency, marking themselves with the cute, but appropriate label of Doom n’ Roll, due to the innumerable riffs and leads one might expect to come from an 80’s rock legend. Their guitarists knew how to play and weren’t afraid to show it. Yet, it was this



Album: Hunted , review

The bands country origin: USA

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(EchO) > Head First Into Shadows album review : Metal albums reviews

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(EchO) > Head First Into Shadows album review

Band name: (EchO)

Formed in Brescia, Italy, in 2007, (EchO) return with sophomore album, ‘Head First into Shadows’, the follow up to 2011’s well-received ‘Devoid of Illusions’. If you’re wondering, the unusually formed name of the band is inspired by the nymph, Echo, of Greek mythology who fell in love with Narcissus, and the parenthesis that envelop the name are intended to represent the sound waves created by (EchO)’s atmospheric Doom sound. Certainly an interesting story behind the band name, and a promising debut in 2011, but does this always-tricky second album build on this solid foundation? From



Album: Head First Into Shadows , review

The bands country origin: Italy

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Soijl > Endless Elysian Fields : Metal albums reviews

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Soijl > Endless Elysian Fields

Band name: Soijl

The debut effort from Swedish doom/death project Soijl brings about a rather simplistic and minimalist approach to the genre that’s certainly quite decent enough in it’s approach. Revolving around a simple swirling guitar-and-keyboard heavy framework here, this gives off a series of lethargic-to-slow paced efforts built around those swirling riffing patterns and haunting melodic keyboard work as the drumming keeping the pace behind it all dominate the album overall to the extent of forsaking everything else. Even with this minimal approach here, there’s a rather intriguing dynamic throughout



Album: Endless Elysian Fields , review

The bands country origin: Sweden

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No Pleasure in Life > Happiness Is Not an Option : Metal albums reviews

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No Pleasure in Life > Happiness Is Not an Option

Band name: No Pleasure in Life

I don't know how I even found this project or why I actually listened to any of the material. Like many, it looks like a typical bedroom depressive black metal project with typical fonts and only one demo. Fortunately, it's decent and people will find this listenable. "The Coils of Depression" starts off with an acoustic piece that is recorded with a poor use of equipment, however it doesn't fail to appeal to the ears. The drums are really good and don't sound cluttered and obnoxious like most US depressive black metal. The vocal work reminds me of Forgotten Tomb with its desperate strains



Album: Happiness Is Not an Option , review

The bands country origin: USA

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Ov Hollowness : The World Ends : Metal albums reviews

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Ov Hollowness : The World Ends

Band name: Ov Hollowness

The World Ends in 2013 – at least this is what Edmonton’s Ov Hollowness claims on their latest album. This is not a bald suggestion, but an absolute, extreme and fatal statement. Third installment in Ov Hollowness’ discography, The World Ends reads like the logical follow up to Diminished (2010) and Drawn to Descend (2011). Mark R., mastermind behind the entity, is a busy man, and his latest offspring is nothing but monumental. The title is proverbial, and so is the music. Ten songs, 73 minutes; longer, more complex than the previous albums, and thicker in production. From the arrangements



Album: The World Ends , review

The bands country origin: Canada

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Ov Hollowness : Drawn to Descend : Metal albums reviews

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Ov Hollowness :  Drawn to Descend

Band name: Ov Hollowness

Diminished was the debut record of Mark R., which offered a good mixture of atmosphere and black metal. Lost Resolve did develope a straighter style of black metal, with less atmosphere and no keyboard at all. Drawn to Descend seems to be a symbiosis of both. In comparission with the debut there are nearly no piano/keyboard parts left on Drawn to Descend, but he uses a lot more dense layers of guitar sounds to create the atmosphere. The guitars are responsible for the main melodies as well, paired with the growled black metal vocals. The production improved a bit as well and the execution is



Album: Drawn to Descend , review

The bands country origin: Canada

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Ov Hollowness : Diminished : Metal albums reviews

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Ov Hollowness : Diminished

Band name: Ov Hollowness

Ov Hollowness presumably did a lot of things right in the past; this term should not be stretched over excess. They spread the demo version of their demo release as a free download and received some praises for their well-crafted atmospheric black metal art. Only some months after the initial release a more professional debut album has hit the streets and even though the tracks indicate a striking similarity, they do actually differ a bit from each other. The background behind this has been discussed in the interview, so this would be a good source to understand the band’s intentions in



Album: Diminished , review

The bands country origin: Canada

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Ov Hollowness : Demo 2010 : Metal albums reviews

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Ov Hollowness : Demo 2010

Band name: Ov Hollowness

Free downloads are a hit or miss. You do not know what you get, but the advantage of downloading free stuff is that you can get rid of the stuff easily. In case of Ov Hollowness such might not be the necessary – the latter argument –, because on their first demo they are already able to write some interesting compositions as well as create a decent atmosphere. Surprisingly, also a nine minute compositions is able to fascinate in some respect and does not come with the fallacies a lot of bands tend to web into their music: too much repetition, too many vocals etc. A lot was done right here



Album: Demo 2010 , review

The bands country origin: Canada

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