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Mar 12, 2013 at 11:13 AM Post #8,838 of 28,053

MaZa

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Absolutely amazing:



My review on Metal-Fi

Stream it now on Bandcamp.

For fans of Nokturnal Mortem, Summoning, Summoning, and Summoning.... :)

 
 
Oh man, this rips of Summoning so hard that its almost disgusting. But its too good to be disgusting.
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Some aspects are even better than Summoning, clean vocals for example.

Regarding the review, funny. The moment I heard the first notes of this song I was reminded of Morrowind. It seems like I was not the only one.
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Mar 12, 2013 at 2:57 PM Post #8,840 of 28,053

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Oh man, this rips of Summoning so hard that its almost disgusting. But its too good to be disgusting. :blink: Some aspects are even better than Summoning, clean vocals for example.


Regarding the review, funny. The moment I heard the first notes of this song I was reminded of Morrowind. It seems like I was not the only one. :D


Definitely.

As it stands this is definitely on my top 10 list and I doubt it will be eclipsed. Everyone, please check this out if you love Summoning or Nokturnal Mortem.

There is a new Summoning album out in a few weeks (we will have it early too) and literally, right now, I am wondering if Summoning can top Caladan Brood's forgery!
 
Mar 13, 2013 at 5:46 AM Post #8,842 of 28,053

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<a href="http://auroraborealisrecordings.bandcamp.com/track/never-want-to-feel-that-way-again">Never Want To Feel That Way Again by SEIROM</a>  
Guys check this out. Dutch artist called Mories, from Gnaw Their Tongues-fame, made a wonderfully fuzzed out, blissed out, shimmering and sparkling album full of My Bloody Valentine worship. Makes me think there is hope for The Netherlands after all. 
 
EDIT: Hmm I can't embed a Bandcamp player. Just click the link above and grab your teddybear. 
 
Mar 13, 2013 at 10:48 AM Post #8,843 of 28,053

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This year is going to completely rule!
 
Mar 13, 2013 at 1:06 PM Post #8,844 of 28,053

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Enjoying Boris' Präparat! Really heavy stuff mixed with some daydreaming. Again.

 
Edit: Speaking of Boris, Ensemble Pearl's debut album is streaming on Pitchfork advance. A Sunn O))) dude and Boris dudes+
http://pitchfork.com/advance/47-ensemble-pearl/
Dark ambient with droooooooooonessss.
 
Mar 13, 2013 at 5:42 PM Post #8,845 of 28,053

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New song off an upcoming album by some Baltimore local rippers, they're called Necropsy at the moment, they're changing their name to avoid the whole legal thing.  Ages of the members range from 15 to 20.
 
For fans of early 90's thrashy death metal.
 
https://soundcloud.com/a389recordings/necropsy-voices-in-the-morgue
 
Mar 13, 2013 at 9:55 PM Post #8,846 of 28,053

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Just read your Sulphur Aeon review on Metal-fi, any idea if the brickwalling was carried over to the LP version? The snippets I've heard are fantastic but the brickwalling makes me a bit wary.


It still has a very compressed sound, but I think that's just because of how it was mixed. They obviously wanted it to have that crushing lo-fi production, which I don't think is a bad thing. I still enjoy it, anyway. What matters in the end is the music.
 
Mar 14, 2013 at 12:13 AM Post #8,847 of 28,053

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I know the austin head-fi meet up was almost two weeks ago but I wanted to show you guys a couple of pictures I took on Morbidtoaster's setup (was playing Wake/Lift by Rosetta): 
 
 

 

 
Edit: Forgot to thank morbidtoaster and sing praises of how awesome he is. So, thank you and you're awesome.
 
Mar 14, 2013 at 12:03 PM Post #8,850 of 28,053

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Wormlust - The Feral Wisdom
Avant-Garde Black
2. Tribulation - The Formulas Of Death
Black / Death
3. Abyssal - Novit Enim Dominus Qui Sunt Eius
Avant-Garde Death
4. Portal - Vexovoid
Death
5. Moon - The Nine Gates
Black
6. Botanist - IV: Mandragora
Experimental Dulcimer
7. Rotten Sound - Species At War
Grind
8. Black Boned Angel - The End
Drone Doom
9. Terra Tenebrosa - The Purging
Avant-Garde Metal
10. Cult Of Luna - Vertikal
Post Metal
11. Redwood Hill - Descender
Post-Black / Post-Metal
12. Paysage d'Hiver - Das Tor
Ambient Black
13. Jess And The Ancient Ones - Astral Sabbat
Occult Rock
14. October Falls - The Plague Of A Coming Age
Atmospheric Black
15. Funeralium - Deceived Idealism
Funeral / Death Doom
16. Batillus - Concrete Sustain
Blackened Sludge / Doom
17. Voices - Voices From The Human Forest Create A Fugue Of Imaginary Rain
Progressive Black
18. Bong - .​.​.​Yet Another Dose
Psychedelic Drone Doom
19. Evoke Thy Lords - Drunken Tales
Psychedelic Doom
20. Dhampyr - All the Dead Dears
Avant-Garde Depressive Black / Ambient
21. Coprolalia Intoxication - Level 7
Cybergrind / Breakcore / Experimental Electronic
22. Downstate - The Drip Taper
Downtempo / IDM / Hip-Hop
23. Sink - Hexagon
Drone / Black / Ambient
24. Ocean Chief - Sten
Psychedelic Sludge / Doom
25. Screamer - Phoenix
Heavy Metal
26. Nebelkrähe - Lebensweisen
Progressive Black
27. Seirom - Goodbye Cold Nights
Experimental / Ambient
28. The Hex - Experiments In The Black Octave
Sludge
29. Sannhet - Known Flood
Avant-Garde / Instrumental Black
30. Tyrant Goatgaldrakona - Horns In The Dark
Death Metal
31. Wartorn - Iconic Nightmare
Crust
32. Abomnium - Coffinships
Progressive Death / Thrash
33. Cursed Altar - The Footsteps We Have Left Behind: Discography
Black Metal / Ambient
34. Situs Magus - Le Grande Oeuvre
Black
35. Robot Lords Of Tokyo - Virtue And Vice
Heavy Metal / Hard Rock
36. Octopus - Into The Void Of Fear
Progressive / Technical Instrumental Metal
37. Digression Assassins - Heavy Waters
Progressive / Math Metal
38. Eight Bells - The Captain's Daughter
Psychedelic Rock
39. Void Of Sleep - Tales Between Reality And Madness
Stoner
40. Tentacle - Ingot Eye
Psychedelic Doom
41. Uzumaki - Gift of Tongues
Avant-Garde Death / Jazz
42. Fanisk - Insularum
Atmospheric NSBM
 
 
 
49. Hisstönend - II
Atmospheric Black
  Psychofagist - Songs Of Faint And Distortion
Avant-Garde Deathgrind
 
 
 
The way to find these lists is to start by searching for Metal web sites on Google. After finding a web site like Metalstorm, go to the area where the lists are located and then just place the year 2013 for a complete list of 2013 lists.
 
 
 
 
A word of warning. After some research I found some of his list is made of demos, example http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Paysage_d%27Hiver/Das_Tor/367756
 
Some of these bands are also not signed to major lables and the music is self-released, example http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Bong/...Yet_Another_Dose/367877
 
 
 
Here is IronAngel's list of 59 releases with another 20 odd releases he's looking forward to for 2013.
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Get your boots on!
http://www.metalstorm.net/users/list.php?list_id=2772
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

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