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Nuno Miranda Ribeiro

  1. Porto, Portugal
  2. Metal
  1. collection 92
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  1. Pretending To Be Fearless / Dreammares [PWYC]
    by Aidan Baker
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    (The) Sun (The) Sun
  2. 12012291920 / 1414101 & II: Points At Infinity [PWYC]
    by Nadja & Atavist
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Twentyfour:sixteen Twentyfour:sixteen
  3. Trembled [PWYC]
    by Nadja
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    Breakpoint Breakpoint
  4. Guilted By The Sun [PWYC]
    by Nadja
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Guilted Guilted
  5. Ruins Of Morning [PWYC]
    by Nadja
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Ruins of Morning Pt.1 Ruins of Morning Pt.1
  6. ARCHIVIST
    by Archivist
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Ascension Ascension
  7. Through A Pre-Memory
    by ÄÄNIPÄÄ
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    Watch over stillness / Matters principle  Watch over stillness / Matters principle 
    Stephen O'Malley and Mika Vainio's compositions are haunted by Alan Dubin's vocals in a brilliant record. And fortunately this does not feel, at all, like a metal musician colaborating with an eletronic producer/musician. Like metal music with an electronic feel. Or electronic music with some roughness. Or any of those obvious results. It is a true original work of creative genius. Two minds, colaborating, with creative freedom.
  8. Pânico-Ambiente
    by Aires & Rui P. Andrade
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    Pânico Pânico
    appears in 1 other collection
  9. örök
    by örök
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Krót Krót
  10. To The Estimated Size Of The Universe
    by Craang
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    Slo Forward Jam Slo Forward Jam
  11. Cabeça
    by Filho da Mãe
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    Cerca de abelhas Cerca de abelhas
    Filho da Mãe brings to his acoustic playing an emotional strength that make him interpret his compositions in a very physical way, that allows roughness and tension to alternate with smoothness. There is a sense of texture, of a tactile landscape, of the instrument that is played very near you, very real. The songs have repetitive patterns, beautifully conceived and executed and changing pace, which Filho da Mãe can go through with his technique in a transe like way.
  12. Taking the Pot
    by Blackwolfgoat
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    Taking the Pot (Part One) Taking the Pot (Part One)
  13. Dronolith
    by Blackwolfgoat
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    Dronolith Dronolith
    Great guitars to let yourself be immersed into. Electricity pulsing.
  14. Split with Venowl
    by Cara Neir
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    Aeonian Temple Aeonian Temple
  15. Usnea / Ruins Split
    by Usnea
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    Only The End of the World Only The End of the World
  16. Random Cosmic Violence
    by Usnea
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    Random Cosmic Violence Random Cosmic Violence
    At the same time, more experienced and more willing to experiment, Usnea were able to come up with an album that is darker and somber. Black metal's presence and influence is a lot more discrete, compared to the first album. Songs are all different. There is great composition and melodic strength. This confirms what the first album promised: here is a band that can contribute to the metal universe in its own original way.
  17. Ancient Ones
    by Sadhaka
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  18. Depths
    by Woman is the Earth
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    Crown & Bone / Dreamer Crown & Bone / Dreamer
  19. This Place That Contains My Spirit
    by Woman is the Earth
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    This Place That Contains My Spirit This Place That Contains My Spirit
  20. Terma
    by Sadhaka
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    Dissolution Dissolution
  21. Dust
    by Show Me A Dinosaur
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Rain Rain
  22. Mare Decendrii
    by Mamiffer
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    As Freedom Rings As Freedom Rings
  23. Dakhmandal
    by Dark Buddha Rising
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    K K
    Deep, slow, heavy. Ritualistic rock, doom and stoner influenced, that transcends genres. Very good balance of intrumental parts and sections with vocals. Dark and shamanic, at times pshicedelic. Good ability to create a signature atmosphere, with changes in dynamic throughout the album. Really good listen as a whole piece.
  24. Dopesmoker
    by Sleep
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    Dopesmoker Pt. 1 Dopesmoker Pt. 1
    Everything about this album is immense and worth letting yourself be abondoned to. Even the route to us, greedy and anxious listeners, is a long, slow and winding build up. It took years for the sound to finally be ready. Now we can let our ears be filled with this stoner heaviness. When Al Cisneros' voice is first heard we are already conquered, again and again, ready to be taken on this trip. And if you're still new to this album, rejoice. And do it as you would with a concert, all 63:31m.
  25. Uhrijuhla
    by Uhrijuhla
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    Avaruuden lapsi Avaruuden lapsi
    appears in 1 other collection
  26. Kongh/Ocean Chief split LP
    by Kongh
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    Drifting On Waves Drifting On Waves
  27. No Help For The Mighty Ones
    by SubRosa
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    Borrowed Time, Borrowed Eyes Borrowed Time, Borrowed Eyes
  28. More Constant Than The Gods
    by SubRosa
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Usher The Usher
  29. Sten
    by OCEAN CHIEF
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    Den sanna styrkan Den sanna styrkan
  30. Something Supernatural
    by Crobot
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    Nowhere to Hide Nowhere to Hide
    Cloud Spiller made me, without even listening to a second track, want to buy the album. Listening to the whole piece, it does sound a bit like Church of Misery but with a pop sensitivity and, at times, with the failed sense of grandiosity that hard-rock goes after. Musically it is close to brilliant. But, and it is just a matter of personal taste, I wish the voice didn't remind me so much of those post (and pseudo) grunge bands and the guitar wasn't so softened by the hard-rock approach.
  31. Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light II
    by Earth
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    Sigil Of Brass Sigil Of Brass
  32. III
    by DOPETHRONE
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    Hooked Hooked
  33. Dark Foil
    by DOPETHRONE
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    Dark Foil Dark Foil
  34. Demonsmoke
    by DOPETHRONE
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    Demonsmoke Demonsmoke
  35. Three & Seven
    by OCCULTATION
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    The Sea Of Snakes And Souls The Sea Of Snakes And Souls
  36. Collider EP
    by Collider
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    Tundra Tundra
  37. Eras Lost
    by Earthrise
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    Challenger Deep Challenger Deep
  38. iii
    by Bosse-de-Nage
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    The Arborist The Arborist
  39. Prelude
    by Brandee Younger
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    So Alive So Alive
  40. Burning For The Ancient
    by Addaura
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    City Light (In Still Dark Forenoon Silence) City Light (In Still Dark Forenoon Silence)
  41. Ancients
    by EARTHMASS
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  42. Lunar Dawn (Keep, Relic & Ritual)
    by EARTHMASS
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    Lunar Dawn (Keep, Relic & Ritual) Lunar Dawn (Keep, Relic & Ritual)
    Great doom fueled trip. Psychedelic nuances, quality vocals, heavy stoner riffs in a brilliant long track.
  43. Stjärna Ormr
    by EARTHMASS
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    Great choice of name and art. The guitar riffs on this track do seem to generate their own gravity field. They're heavy and fierce, magnetic. When the vocals surprise me, and come up, eerie, dreamy and beautiful, I'm already caught by the brilliance of this band. I want to hear more, so much more. When will there be an album? (edit :D) the album is here!
  44. EARTHMASS
    by EARTHMASS
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    Catacombs Catacombs
  45. ORMR
    by EARTHMASS
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    Slátra Slátra