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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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Black MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

When a musician whom you look up to praises a band with absolute conviction, your initial reaction would be to check that band and determine if the acclamation is indeed valid. This is how my journey began with Netherland’s Dodecahedron and that discovery brought all my dreaded nightmares to life.

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Avant GardeBlack MetalMusicReviews

Back in 1997, a tour was announced that would forever change the way my then-eighteen-year-old self thought about music. Much could be (and was) said about the awe-inspiring coalition of Entombed and Neurosis, yet it was the off-kilter, crushing darkness of opening band Breach that truly challenged me as a

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Avant GardeBlack MetalMusicReviews

As a grey mist descends upon the grime-encrusted banks of the Thames, a lonely church bell tolls amongst the myriad alleyways of historical London; five figures appear out of the gloom and close in with nefarious intent. A lonesome figure waits within, silhouetted against the dim infernal light, his hands

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Avant GardeBlack MetalMusicNoiseReviews

Swirling, chaotic, virulent, black and maddening. These are but a few of the many adjectives that could be used to describe the incredibly harsh, unique music that Jute Gyte produces. But even with one hundred of the most descriptive words in the English language, I still would not be able

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Nightbringer’s Ego Dominus Tuus is a record that challenges and provokes the mind both during the experience and for many moments after the aural journey is complete. The American band have long been outside of their peers circles in terms of sound and design and vocalist Naas Alcameth takes some time to

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