Tag: Netherlands

Dec 06

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?

Jul 06

Album Review: Destitution – Beware the Fury of the Patient Man

Destitution [Netherlands] Beware the Fury of the Patient Man 2014 Full Length Independent Thrash Metal Destitution isn’t exactly a new band, with 3 out of 4 of the members being in a previous speed/thrash outift Xi-Void. This year, after almost 7 long years since their formation, the band release their debut full length in the form …

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Apr 19

Album Review: Aratron – The Recovery

Aratron [Netherlands] The Recovery 2013 Demo Independent Death Metal Aratron was formed all the way back in 2000, but went on a rather long hiatus 2 mere years after their formation. In 2008, the band returned to the Dutch death metal circuit once more, releasing their first recordings in the form of their 2010 demo, Horrifying …

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Feb 28

Album Review: Sammath – Godless Arrogance

Sammath [Netherlands] Godless Arrogance 2014 Full Length Hammerheart Records Black Metal Since their inception in 1994, Dutch black metallers Sammath have unleashed their fury upon black metal fans, with five full length albums under their belt now. Godless Arrogance is their latest effort, and their first release under Hammerheart Records, which has over the years put out …

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Nov 20

Album Review: Warmaster – The End of Humanity

Warmaster [Netherlands] The End of Humanity 2013 Full Length Dead Beat Media/Slaughterhouse Records Death Metal Seemingly drawing inspiration from Bolt Thrower‘s classic 1991 release War Master, Dutch outfit Warmaster has not only taken on the album title as their namesake, but has also focused their musical and lyrical themes around war, chaos and destruction. Five years after their debut …

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