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SkamHan By F.J.  Our music can be described as dark, gloomy and preferably loud. We try to create music that takes the listener on a journey into the darker emotions and feelings we experience through life. Sometimes it’s primitive and raw, and sometimes it’s complex and dualistic. We are not restricted by genres and are…

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Malevolence

The Other Side By Alex Taylor We’re 5 mates from Sheffield who have been playing heavy music together for the last 10 years. We were originally planning on calling our band Hanson but after discovering there was a band already with the same name, we decided to stick with the name Malevolence. Malevolence had been…

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Midnight Priest

Aggressive Hauntings by Midnight Priest Midnight Priest was born in the streets of Coimbra, Portugal, in the winter of 2008. The band then consisted of five ugly bastards, all very well seasoned in the underground scene: The Priest on vocals, Iron Fist and Rod Wolf on guitars, Joe Dalton on bass and War Tank Drums.…

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Akhlys

Melinoe by Naas Alcameth Akhlys is the name of a rather obscure Greek mythological figure. There are only a few surviving passages that tell us about Akhlys. She was a personification of misery and was associated with the Keres and the Moirai. Some later sources place her as the primordial night before creation which would…

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Aara

En Ergô Einai by Berg, Fluss, J. The band name Aara is the Latin name of the Swiss river “Aare”, which is the largest river that runs entirely through the country. This river shapes many landscapes and also places where we have lived. The project was initially supposed to be named “Ara” after the Latin…

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Sodom

Genesis XIX by Tom Angelripper I can still remember when my mom walked into my room and said it was like Sodom and Gomorrah because it was dirty and not very tidy. I didn’t forget that until the band was founded. I later saw many films, including the ‘120 Days of Sodom’. The film impressed…

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Stalker

Black Majik Terror by Chris, Daif Daif: In an essay ‘The Positive/Negative Realms Of Higher Densities’ by Michael Topper, he talks about how negative higher extra-dimensional entities manipulate and feed on human misery. He labels this act as “stalking”. The poet William S. Burroughs also had a story ‘A One God Universe’ that explores similar…

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Ensiferum

Thalassic by Sami Hinkka Back in 1995 when Markus Toivonen (guitars, backing vocals) founded this band, he was at his friend’s home and started to go through Finnish-Latin-Finnish dictionary and there it was ‘Ensiferum: The one who carries a sword’. It fit perfectly the ideas he had for the band; heroism, fantasy, medieval-ish and metal…

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Bütcher

666 Goats Carry My Chariot by R. Hellshrieker & KK Ripper R. Hellshrieker: Hi Alex, this is R. Hellshrieker, nice to meet you. I am the vocalist in the band and the only original member. I am joined by KK Ripper, our lead guitarist and main songwriter. He will answer most of your questions today.…

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Acherontas

Psychic Death – The Shattering of Perceptions by V. P. Sorcerer Acherontas was brought to life in 1996 by V.P. Sorcerer and ever since remained true to its internal tenets and traditions, which deemed the band as a “Magical Coven, dedicated to the Ancient Summerian Mysteries of Drakonian Blood”. According to the band, “many traditions…

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Arcada

Projections by Black Maiestas Domini Arcada was formed in 2012 by Black Maiestas Domini, focused on maintaining the pure Black Metal essence. Highly influenced by the sound of the 90s second wave, the lyrical themes go through mysticism and esoteric experiences. The first live manifestation was in 2015 and Inquisition after releasing their two independant…

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Draconian

Under a Godless Veil by Heike Langhans Back in the day, Anders Jacobsson was a member of the esoteric order known as ‘Dragon Rouge’ and used to sign his poetry with the alias ‘Draconian’, which meant to search the hidden areas in one’s own soul and psyche and shine a light on the darkest aspects…

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Serenity

The Last Knight by Fabio D’Amore The name Serenity comes from a song title of the band Arena, from 1998. Our former keyboard player Mario, and founding member, had the idea for the title. I think it fits the band’s style and gives a calm and charming feeling when you spell or read it. We…

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Beesus

3eesus by Adriano aka Mudd  Beesus Established in 2009, Beesus is a heavy rock band from Rome, Italy. Since 2015 we released three albums ‘Rise of Beesus’ 2015 (Goodfellas, New Sonic Records) ‘Sgt. Beesus… And The Lonely Ass Gangbang!’ 2018 (New Sonic Records) ‘3eesus’ 2020 (More Fuzz Records, Go Down Records, NewSonicRecords). We are active…

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Hex A.D.

Astro Tongue in the Electric Garden by Rick Hagan The band name was inspired by the album ‘Hex’ by Bigelf. At first, the band was only called Hex, but it became quite obvious quickly that there were other bands out there with the same name. So to avoid confusion I added Anno Domini as a…

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Katavasia

Magnus Venator by Astrous The word Katavasia is connected to the Greek word Katavasis (Greek κατάβασις), which means descent. Preceded by Anavasis “ascent”. Together, both words Katavasis and Anavasis underlie some greek ancient rituals, like the Eleusinian Mysteries. The mythological motive of Katavasis is present in the legends of the gods among various peoples Japanese…

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Sojourner

Premonitions by Mike Lamb, Emilio Crespo Sojourner is a multi-national folk-influenced atmospheric metal band from Dunedin, New Zealand; Malmö, Sweden; Bergamo, Italy; and Dundee, Scotland. Formed in 2015 in Dunedin, New Zealand the band is signed to Napalm Records and was previously with Avantgarde Music. Mike L.: The band name itself came from my bandmate…

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Demoniac

So It Goes by Vicente Pereira Demoniac band name was the final result between multiple ideas that came to our mind. When the decision was made, it seemed a great name. It was something “to the bone”, and gave idea first impression of what our music was about. We didn’t think much about it at…

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