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Mike Johnson

Nurse Practitioner by day...Dungeon Master and music enthusiast by night...

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It waits by your side. Lingering, and stalking. Patiently waiting for the most opportune moment to strike. To destroy. Like a shadow awaiting the perfect angle of light. It anticipates consuming everything. What is it? A simple term being strewn about like a plague. It is depression. From Both Our

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High upon the peak of a distant mountain in Portland, Oregon lies a jagged cliff overlooking a frigid landscape. Upon that cliff lies the mouth to what appears to be an endless trail of darkness. A place where nightmares are conjured, and souls are stolen. Within this cave lies the

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Within the darkest corners of Toronto Ontario lies a dilapidated graveyard spawning nothing but fresh Tomb Mold. On their third release Planetary Clairvoyance this musty death metal group launches deep within the lurches of the underground and soar into the depths of space. Label: 20 Buck Spin Planetary Clairvoyance by

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On a site such as this the band listed above should really need no introduction. But for those who clumsily fell upon this review welcome! This is going to be a long one, so grab a cold one and let’s get to work. Darkthrone are THE quintessential (that’s right I

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Sanguine Eagle are collective composed of members of multiple Brooklyn based black metal projects including Yellow Eyes, Vord, and Imperial Trumpet (NOT to be mistaken with Imperial Triumphant). All members heavily contribute to what I call “Brooklyn based black metal”. Each project encompassing a whirlwind of layering tremolo’s towering above

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Kapala hail from West Bengal India and have managed to compose the sound of an impending apocalyptic war. Their newest EP Termination Apex is a raw murky slab blending speed, death, and black metal into a violent war machine. Kapala set a grim mood as the sound of Geiger counters

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