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Desolate Shrine – The Heart of the Netherworld

You’ve heard of bands using two vocalists – one for cleans and the other for growls – but have you seen one with two growlers before? Desolate Shrine is rather unique in that it utilises a single instrumentalist and two vocalists to create utter chaos and destruction. The Heart of the Netherworld is the Finnish trio’s third full length release, and the band shows how far they have come in their 5 years of existence, showing tremendous growth even comparing to their 2012 sophomore, The Sanctum of Human Darkness.

Album Review: Desecresy – Chasmic Transcendence

Desecresy [Finland]
Chasmic Transcendence
2014
Full Length
Xtreem Music
Death Metal

Finland’s death metal duo Desecresy returns this year with their third full length album, Chasmic Transcendence. With their last album, 2012’s The Doom Skeptron being one of my favourite Finnish death metal records of the year, I could hardly wait for more …

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Album Review: Desecresy – The Doom Skeptron

Desecresy [Finland]
The Doom Skeptron
2012
Full Length
Xtreem Music
Death Metal

I never really took notice in Desecresy until the recent surge of interest in old school Finnish death metal. Formed from the ashes of the equally excellent Slugathor, Desecresy continues their chaotic onslaught, with The Doom Skeptron being their second full …

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