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Lone member A.L.N. of Mizmor is one of the most enigmatic figures of the Portland, Oregon metal scene. 2016’s Yodh made waves in the definition of what a blackened doom project can achieve, and the often overlooked Mishlei, a direct follow up to Yodh, continued the somber funeral march of

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TEN – HEAVYDEATH In Circles We Die Is that death I hear knocking at the door? No, it’s the clossosal sound of HEAVYDEATH, who are back with their 2016 LP In Circles We Die, released on Iron Bonehead Productions on NOV. 25th. This band has been doing their thing for years, and over

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Mizmor stands for “psalm” in Hebrew, and what a fitting choice for a name that is, as the ritualistic element takes over completely from the very start of their new album, Yodh. The one-man project of A.L.N., hailing from Portland, has produced an excellent series of releases, from splits with

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Mizmor, or מזמור, is the absurd brainchild of A.L.N., an obscure darkness-worshipping freak from Portland, Oregon, who also plays (as a live musician only?) in the doom metal misery machine Hell. When you run into such projects, essentially what you are up against is the personality, vision, perversions and sentiments

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SIX – MIZMOR/DROSS In this joint effort, Mizmor delights us with “IX – Crestfallen Usurper,” a fifteen-minute black-doom colossus that will devour your dreams and melt your marrow from within. The song kicks off with a wallop, about seven or eight minutes of frantic and disembodied black metal virulence that brings together

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“Mizmor (מִזְמוֹר): a psalm, a melody.”   For the first time on Forever Cursed, I’m introducing an interview with one of my current favorite bands from across the Ocean. I’m talking about Mizmor, and the man behind the project, A.L.N., who’s also behind other well-known projects such as heavyweight doomsters

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