Tag: Hellthrasher Productions

Heavy Metal Tribune Issue 4 (November 2012)

OUT NOW: The fourth (November 2012) issue of Heavy Metal Tribune!

This month we talk to Dagon, mastermind behind the cult black metal band Inquisition to learn more about the history of the ancient cult, and their evolution over the years. Rob Moschetti then tells us more about the project featuring Exodus‘ Rob Dukes, Generation Kill. Polish …

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Album Review: Resurgency – False Enlightenment

Resurgency [Greece]
False Enlightenment
2012
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Death Metal

Hellthrasher Productions has been putting out a steady stream of old school death metal releases lately, what with excellent releases from bands like Ectovoid being rather impressive works. Greek death metal band Resurgency this year releases their debut full length album, False Enlightenment …

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Album Review: Flagellated Seraph – Beyond Salvation

Flagellated Seraph [Sweden]
Beyond Salvation
2012
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Black Metal

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Swedish black metal band Flagellated Seraph emerges out of obscurity with almost no information about the band at all available, and Beyond Salvation is the band’s debut full length effort, released …

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Album Review: Hell United – Aura Damage

Hell United [Poland]
Aura Damage
2012
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Black/Death Metal

Despite its really cheesy name, Poland’s Hell United plays really classic black/death metal that sticks true to their Polish roots, reeking of the style that bands such as Hate, Behemoth and Azarath has created, as will be evident on their brand new …

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Album Review: Ectovoid – Fractured in the Timeless Abyss

Ectovoid [USA]
Fractured in the Timeless Abyss
2012
Full Length
Hellthrasher Productions
Black/Death Metal

Formed from the ashes of death/thrash metal outfit Bloated Carcass, the members behind the band return as Ectovoid, playing a rather different style of death metal, with a tinge of black metal added to their sound. …

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