Tag: Czech Republic

Feb 16 2018

Kosmogyr – Eviternity

Kosmogyr is an atmospheric black metal duo that features members from Prague and Shanghai, two countries with cultures that can’t be more different from each other. This leaves one to wonder what they might sound like on their debut full length release, Eviternity. Would the band sound more like the raw style of bands like China’s Skeletal Augury, or lean towards the occult of Czech Republic’s Cult of Fire?

Jan 10 2018

Shanghai/Prague Black Metal Duo KOSMOGYR to Release Debut Album “Eviternity” March 9

Black metal band Kosmogyr is proud to announce the upcoming release of their debut album Eviternity. The band will give the album a digital release on March 9. Kosmogyr comprises Shanghai native Xander Cheng (The Arcbane) and Ivan Belcic, formerly of Shanghai’s The Machinery of Other Skeletons and Death to Giants. With Ivan now living …

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Mar 07 2015

Albums of the Month – February 2015

If you thought January 2015 was good, then February was even better despite it being a shorter month. We see high profile releases from bands like Ensiferum, Carach Angren, Enforcer and Melechesh, along with the more underground spectrum of the genre such as Acherontas, Death Karma and many more. Here’s our shortlist of the albums of the month for February 2015. …

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Feb 11 2015

Death Karma – The History of Death & Burial Rituals Part I

Death Karma is Cult of Fire’s Tom Coroner’s and Infernal Void’s project, and as their name suggests, they have a certain morbid fascination with death and its rituals. On their debut full length, The Rituals of Death & Burial Part I, the duo discover the rituals of six countries and cultures – Slovakia, Madagascar, Mexico, Czech Republic, India and China – and prove their knowledge and musical prowess in the process.

Oct 26 2014

Album Review: Cult of Fire – Čtvrtá Symfonie Ohně

Cult of Fire [Czech Republic] Čtvrtá Symfonie Ohně 2014 EP Iron Bonehead Productions Black Metal Cult of Fire‘s last album मृत्यु का तापसी अनुध्यान left many fans of black metal extremely captivated, with the band fusing Vedic elements into their songwriting and their lyrical inspirations. It is with even higher expectations that the band this year releases …

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