Tag: Osmose Productions

Album Review: Diocletian – Gesundrian

Diocletian [New Zealand]
Gesundrian
2014
Full Length
Osmose Productions
Black/Death Metal

My introduction to Diocletian came with their 2010 full length release, War of All Against All, which left me rather overwhelmed, being one of the first few war metal bands that was discovered outside the usual Blasphemy and Conqueror. The band …

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Album Review: Empty – Etica Profana Negativa

Empty [Spain]
Etica Profana Negativa
2014
Full Length
Osmose Productions
Black Metal

Since 1995, Spanish black metal horde Empty has been spreading their brand of hatred, and with their last album, 2009’s The House of Funerary Hymns once again proving Empty‘s influence on the genre in the region, the band this year returns …

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Album Review: Cainan Dawn – Thavmial

Cainan Dawn [France]
Thavmial
2014
Full Length
Osmose Productions
Black Metal

In just the past 3 months, we have already heard impressive releases from bands numerous pioneers of black metal, from the Psywar single of Mayhem to another new full length from Finnish black metal tyrants Sargeist. Osmose Productions decides to chime …

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Album Review: Revenge – Scum.Collapse.Eradication

Revenge [Canada]
Scum.Collapse.Eradication
2012
Full Length
Nuclear War Now! Productions/Osmose Productions
Black/Death Metal

Canada war metal band Revenge is one band that one either absolutely loves or hates. James Read and the projects that he has been involved in over the years have quickly become some of my favourite bands, including the excellent Conqueror, with his …

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Album Review: Black Witchery – Inferno of Sacred Destruction

Black Witchery [USA]
Inferno of Sacred Destruction
2010
Full Length
Osmose Productions/Hells Headbangers Records
Black Metal
8.5/10

I have never been particularly fond of “war metal” bands. Black Witchery‘s brand of music has never appealed to me, just like how bands like Conqueror and Revenge never did. Their 2001 …

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