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It was quite an interesting start for Sannhet when they were putting out their debut album, Known Flood. The band from Brooklyn released their first album through Sacrament Music, a label founded by the Saint Vitus Bar in New York. After listening to just the first few seconds of “Abseclon

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DoomPost Rock

A Holy Land Beneath a Godless Sky possesses a beautiful, mournful melancholy. First impressions of this band might lead you to believe they are a more organic flavor of funereal doom. A closer listen to this Texas band carries you off with four song excursions into an ocean of tranquil

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DoomFeaturedHardcoreMusicPost RockReviewsSludge

With a really strong demo already on their resume, Dias Xila Leurc, Amniac strike back with their debut album, Infinite, prepared to meet the expectations. The Greek band nicely blends together the sound and vibe of great post metal acts such as Neurosis and Isis, with a touch of the

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Black MetalFeaturedPost Rock

The debut album by these Wisconsin metal mongers will take you by surprise. This might be third band to hold the name Bereft, but no need to worry, there’s nothing associated with the Faceless within ten feet of this band. Their debut album opens with the title track, which buzzes

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FeaturedPost Rock

Label: Mass Media  One thing noticeable in 2014 was the current crop of “post-punk” revivalist bands trying to bring back goth that missed the boat. Sure, a lot of it was enjoyable, some of it even memorable, but it lacked something very tangible that made 80’s post-punk/death-rock/goth bands what they

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Avant GardeBlack MetalDeath MetalFeaturedMusicNeo FolkPost Rockshoegaze

UK metal has had a pretty great year, with bands from all walks of the musical spectrum taking chances, building on their foundations and creating albums that speak to the heart, the soul and the darker side of the self. These records are six that had the band step up

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