Tag: Agonia Records

Nov 05

Aosoth – V: The Inside Scriptures

After four long years, the great Aosoth are finally back with V: The Inside Scriptures. With their last album IV: An Arrow in Heart being a French black metal masterpiece, will Aosoth live up to their death/thrashy expectations? Our extreme metal specialist Prab gives you a sneak peak.

Nov 08

The Moth Gatherer – The Earth is the Sky

Swedish atmospheric doom/sludge metal band The Moth Gatherer returns with their second opus, The Earth is the Sky, further exploring the sound created on their 2013 debut, A Braight Celestial Light, resulting in what could be one of my favourite records for 2015.

Mar 19

Infernal War – Axiom

Infernal War finally returns this year with their brand new album, Axiom. With Transfigurations being a personal disappointment after the excellent Conflagrator EP in 2009, what does Axiom hold for rabid fans of the band? Will Infernal War’s third full length album be able to live up to the expectations and the hype of its predecessors?

Jul 12

Interview with Den Saakaldte

This interview comes in a bit late, being conducted back in April as Norwegian black metal band Den Saakaldte prepared for the release of their latest opus, Kapittel II: Faen i Helvete. Aside from the band’s Shining influences, along with the weird-fuckery that was on their previous release, All Hail Pessimism (which reminded me strongly of Japanese weirdos Sigh), …

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Jun 21

Album Review: Origin – Omnipresent

Origin [USA] Omnipresent 2014 Full Length Agonia Records Technical/Brutal Death Metal What a ridiculously good year for death metal this has been, with outstanding releases ranging from legends such as Misery Index and Hour of Penance to those of younger bands like The Kennedy Veil and Archspire. Origin joins the party slightly late with their sixth full length album, Omnipresent, also their …

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