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Blynd

Blynd

Bringing the noise from the island of Cyprus, BLYND is one of the island's most established bands, playing a powerful melodic death/groove thrash mixture. With 2 EPs and a full length album reeling in rave reviews, as well as a myriad of live shows under their belt, the band has upped their game with their ready to be released new album, PUNISHMENT UNFOLDS. Featuring guest appearances from artists such as Sakis Tolis from metal legends Rotting Christ, artwork from Seth Siro Anton (Septic Flesh), a massive sound and epic compositions, this album is certain to catapult these Cypriot moshers…

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Decline of the I

Decline of the I

The French a project led by . - a musician known from a vast number of cognoscible underground metal acts such as, , , , ,  etc. The debut album is a bold conjunction of quality Post Black Metal influences: the band describes itself as a mix betweenand .

Decline of the I: There are a lot of significations behind this name. Some are very personnal. If you translate it to French, it’s the anagram of something very close to me. It’s also the name of a song from the last album of Love Lies Bleeding, my previews solo project. We live in a world that comes to an end. An early end. And it’s…

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Aosoth

Aosoth

Antaeus mastermind exposing another side of the Cult, while his previous act was focusing on introspection and Violence.  Aosoth brings a more sick approach, based on years of excess and the obvious increasing hatred within. This combined with the musician skills of BST and Inr, Aosoth is now reaching a step above when it comes to their expression of sinister black metal. Having now secured a live line up in the past three years, the band now exposes its Art on stage with numerous acts & intend on getting stronger and stronger on this field. The band got to perform some selected gigs in…

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Miseration

Miseration

Miseration originally launched as a joint partnership between vocalist Christian Älvestam (Solution.45, ex. Scar Symmetry, Incapacity, Unmoored, etc.) and guitarist Jani Stefanovic (Solution .45, The Weakening.), Swedish death metal project Miseration balance brutality with melodic and atmospheric elements. Debut released in 2008, Your Demons -- Their Angels slowly crawled out of the heavy metal underground as critical and consumer acclaim continued to build, culminating in a worldwide issue through Germany's LifeForce label. Quickly after the debut, Miseration were looking more like a…

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Winterfylleth

Winterfylleth

Formed in 2007 with the intention of honouring England’s proud ancestral heritage and rich national culture, Winterfylleth (comprised of members culled from the UK’s most devastating doom contingent Atavist) set a solidified mission statement to bring awareness to England’s historical stories, folklore, landscapes and ancestral past through their folk-influenced vitriolic black metal.

Coining the term English Heritage Black Metal (EHBM), Winterfylleth (which translates into Winter Full Moon from the Olde English language) represents the first full moon in October as well as the Anglo-Saxon…

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It's Casual

It's Casual

The volume comes from Kiss, the aggression of Black Flag, and the fun of skateboarding culture and honesty of the working class of Los Angeles. With an amazing career as “music industry professional, musician, show promoter” and general manager at Southern Lord Records, Eddie Solis reveals Heavy Music Artwork the works behind making a great records, sharing experience and creativity.

Eddie Solis: It's all a vision. You should be able to see where you want to go with a recording and you take the necessary steps to make it a reality. You got to have a plan before hand. Pre production is key…

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Haarp

Haarp

Due to unforeseen events, which occurred late in the summer of 2005, members of various disbanded projects came together to forge Haarp. Featuring a collective of New Orleans grindcore, punk, and metal scene alumni, Haarp embody the murk, decay, and oppression associated with their home city. Haarp’s music is a visceral wall of low-end sound; its lyrics a journey through despair, hatred, self-loathing, and aggression.

Haarp: Phil was interested in older bands some of us had played with in the past. When he heard we were involved with a new project, he got in touch and asked to hear it. We…

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Devilish Impressions

Devilish Impressions

Considered as one of Poland’s leading and most innovative modern black / death metal acts Devilish Impressions officially started in 2000 as a three-piece, with founding singer / guitarist Quazarre remaining the only member of the original line-up. Marking their presence with the 45-minutes-long “Eritis sicut Deus; Verbum Diaboli Manet in Aeternum; Vox Vespertilio Act I – Moon Var Dies Irae”, self-releasedin 2002, the band began the process of shaping up its own spirit and self-consciousness, the long-time-hard work on what would later evolve into the epic, extreme music phenomenon as the…

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