The final entry of Darkthrone December... in January! A topic so big, I needed more time to approach it... and get through the holidays... in both months. Onwards!
What satisfies a Transylvanian Hunger? Well, if this album is the meal, then we might need snack later. Darkthrone December's third entry explores Transylvanian Hunger.
Is it appropriate to mix the metaphors of fire and winter? Probably not, but with Darkthrone in mind, there might be some purchase to it. The second of four posts dedicated to Darkthrone in December.
December brings much: holidays, winter and snow, and early darkness. It also brings the first of four posts dedicated to the iconic Norwegian black metal band, Darkthrone. Sparks will fly!
I write this entry with great anticipation, for dear readers, Belphegor is meandering their blasphemy around the US and into my town in five days! I am stoked, since I have never seen the Austrian four piece before, but I have been cranking their tunes since '06. They happen to be coming on my birthday, … Continue reading Origins of Sound, Twenty Years on.
Freshening up the sound of black metal, Belphegor gives us a blasphemous punch to the stomach. This week's post: Belphegor Pestapokalypse VI.
Journey into the Finnish realm of wolves and confusion. Meet old comrades in new settings learn valuable lessons. Should you mix your metals? Well... All this and more in the review of Horna's Sudentaival.
Judas Iscariot's final soiree of black brutality propels us mercilessly in the breach. If the chainsaw had an anthem, this album would sing its speed, its cut and its devastation. Let's get cutting with Judas Iscariot's To Embrace the Corpses Bleeding.
If I say "Satanic Warmaster," what does that mean to you? What do you envision? This album will influence the way you think that image should sound. Join me in this review of Satanic Warmaster's Fimbulwinter.
How would you describe the abyss? Does it swirl below you? Does it extend above you? Are you even necessary in the notion of the abyss? We'll explore German black metal act Eïs' album Wetterkreuz and probe for the bottom...not literally!