Tag: Experimental

Dec 06 2017

Morvigor – Tyrant

Dutch extreme metallers Morvigor are a rather unique entity. Their sophomore album Tyrant promises to blend the grimness and coldness of black metal of Mayhem, with the psychedelia of Pink Floyd, among many influences. Would this work, or would this just result in false hopes of a unique album?

Mar 31 2013

Album Review: The Moth Gatherer – A Bright Celestial Light

The Moth Gatherer [Sweden] A Bright Celestial Light 2013 Full Length Agonia Records Experimental/Progressive Metal Agonia Records has been signing quite a few rather unique bands lately, deviating from their usual trend of black and death metal acts with some stoner and doom bands such as Beissert and Tombstone Highway. The Moth Gatherer is one of the label’s …

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Feb 16 2013

Album Review: Portal – Vexovoid

Portal [Australia] Vexovoid 2013 Full Length Profound Lore Records Death Metal Australia’s Portal is one band that one can fuck with even some of the most seasoned metal fan’s head, and ever since their inception in 1994, the band has been releasing some of the most relentless, experimental death metal I have ever listened to. More …

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Sep 18 2012

Album Review: Drug Honkey – Ghost in the Fire

Drug Honkey [USA] Ghost in the Fire 2012 Full Length Ghost in the Fire Experimental Death/Doom Metal [wp_bandcamp_player type=”album” id=”886827820″ size=”venti” bg_color=”#FFFFFF” link_color=”#4285BB”] I remember being extremely blown away when I first chanced upon Drug Honkey with their 2009 full length, Death Dub, with the wide range of insane influences that are included in their experimental style …

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Aug 08 2011

Album Review: Servile Sect – TRVTH

Servile Sect [USA] TRVTH 2011 Full Length Handmade Birds Black Metal/Experimental 7.0/10 Servile Sect is one oddball (well, at least to me). Breaking the traditions of most extreme metal bands, Servile Sect, with their fourth album TRVTH has broken a number of boundaries, making it one of the oddest bands that I have listened to thus far. …

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