Tag: Hellthrasher Productions

Jan 09 2018

Perdition Winds – Transcendent Emptiness

Finnish black metal band Perdition Winds returns this year with their sophomore album, Transcendent Emptiness. That Darkthrone-esque artwork hints towards the musical style of the band, and the perfect balance of coldness, bleakness, and aggression fortunately makes Transcendent Emptiness an intriguing listen.

Jan 15 2014

Album Review: Burial Hordes – Incendium

Burial Hordes [Greece] Incendium 2014 Full Length Hellthrasher Productions Black Metal After the last two high octane releases from Burial Hordes, one would almost expect something similar to come out from this Hellenic outfit on their third full length release, Incendium. Proving many otherwise, Burial Hordes surprises many followers of the band with a rather starkly different sounding …

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Apr 17 2013

Album Review: Kingdom – Morbid Priest of Supreme Blasphemy

Kingdom [Poland] Morbid Priest of Supreme Blasphemy 2013 Full Length Hellthrasher Productions Death Metal Kingdom‘s Polish origins obviously did not stop the band from exploring extreme sounds from other regions, and this is rather obvious with the band’s second full length release, the aptly titled, mouthful Morbid Priest of Supreme Blasphemy. With a cover of Nihilist‘s Suppose to …

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Apr 16 2013

Album Review: Abyssal – Denouement

Abyssal [UK] Denouement 2012/2013 (Reissue) Full Length Hellthrasher Productions Black/Death Metal Black/death metal has often been associated with bands of the Polish veins, with bands such as Behemoth or Infernal War bearing the flag of this sub-genre of black or death metal. But mysterious UK black/death metal band Abyssal provides a nice surprise with their …

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Mar 14 2013

Album Review: Into Darkness – Into Darkness

Into Darkness [Italy] Into Darkness 2012 EP Hellthrasher Productions Death/Doom Metal I guess one of the main influences for Italian death/doom metal outfit Into Darkness are pretty clear solely from the visual aspects of their eponymous debut release, with the band logo bearing such a strong resemblance to death metal legends Incantation. But whether their music can …

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