Tag: Taiwan

Heavy Metal Tribune #010 (May/June 2013)

OUT NOW: Heavy Metal Tribune #010

This month The Monolith Deathcult tells us more about their history, what inspired them to start playing industrial/progressive death metal, and their new album, Tetragrammaton! We then have Jungle Rot talk to us more about their seventh full length, Terror Regime and their work with Victory Records thus …

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Album Review: Haemic – Fields of Sanguine

Haemic [Taiwan]
Fields of Sanguine
2012
Full Length
Independent
Symphonic Black Metal

Taiwanese black metal band Haemic is a rather interesting band, and is one of the displays of how powerful the internet has become as a tool for musicians, with the band comprising members who have never actually met each other and formed over media …

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Views from the Pit: Full Battle Order 2012

Organised by Singapore-based label, Mourningsound Records, Full Battle Order was first initiated back in 2007 comprising of local & foreign bands. After a pretty long hiatus, this year marks the return of FBO, with 3 local acts and 4 foreign acts, but what really stood out and impressed me the most of this year was …

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Album Review: Revilement – Pillars of Balance

Revilement [Taiwan]
Pillars of Balance
2011
Full Length
Coyote Records
Brutal/Technical Death Metal

https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F32264391%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-n5r54&secret_url=true Revilement – Pillars of Balance by heavymetaltribune

Technical/brutal death metal has never really interested me, with the only band that had an impact on me being Finland’s Demilich, but even then, the material was seldom revisited, …

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Interview with Bloody Tyrant

Following the increasing popularity of extreme metal in Taiwan with bands like ChthoniC and Anthelion gaining much popularity, comes surge of young black metal bands like Bloody Tyrant. This year sees the band releasing their debut full length album, 2 years after their formation. We talk to the band to learn more about them.


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