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Label Feature: Fallen Empire Records Part II We’re back with part II of our Label Feature for Fallen Empire Records, and we have four more releases that will help you celebrate the new year with a bang!  If you didn’t read part I of this feature, you can access it

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Fallen Empire Records is one of my favorite labels. They had a slew of releases this 2017, usually shorter in length to render portable enough to release in vinyl format.  This feature is the first of a two-part special providing snippets of their 2017 releases, along with streams of each

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The same has always been true for Death Fortress. They like to slow down to go mid-tempo a lot. When they do, they’re special. You can sing along to the vocal parts, and when they blast, you go back to enjoying quality prototypical black metal. They’re awesome. What more can

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Good albums survive numerous repeat-listens. A long runtime is risky unless the album holds up well to lengthy listening. Serpents Lair do a fine job on their debut full-length, Circumambulating The Stillborn, for Fallen Empire Records and Hellthrasher Productions. They mix interesting segments well. The tempo never stagnates at one

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Misþyrming ought to be a black metal institution. They’re off to a fast start in their young career, crafting one of 2015’s better releases thus far, their first full-length release, Söngvar elds og óreiðu. Misþyrming hail from Reykjavik, Iceland, which is home to a burgeoning black metal scene. Far more

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Oh, shackle the devil already! What is this refined black metal art doing toiling in the bowels of obscurity? Fallen Empire Records proudly presents us this band with the letter from God-knows-what alphabet. No, really f*ckers, if you want refined, textured, intelligent black metal art, start here on Mispyrming’s Söngvar

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