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David Fischer

  1. Germany
  2. Metal
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  1. Baldr ok Íss
    by Helrunar
  2. Left Hand Path (Full Dynamic Range Edition)
    by Entombed
  3. Portraits
    by Perennial Isolation
  4. Stellar
    by Der Weg Einer Freiheit
  5. Descent Towards Death
    by Los Males Del Mundo
  6. ...And As We Have Seen The Storm, We Have Embraced The Eye
    by Chapel Of Disease
  7. The Thule Grimoires
    by The Ruins Of Beverast
  8. Rain Upon The Impure
    by The Ruins Of Beverast (Ván Records)
  9. Mossweaver
    by Old Growth
  10. Foundation of Bones
    by Enterprise Earth
    There Is No Tomorrow (Acoustic) There Is No Tomorrow (Acoustic)
    Sometimes, when the daily chores become too much for me to handle, I just need some damage done to my head. Enterprise Earth and Dan Watson in particular hurt me exactly where I need it. Production is insanely good, especially for being self-produced. The new song is fierce and sinister, the covers are very tastefully done. The acoustic version of one of my favourite EE songs takes the crown, though. Who knew I needed ethereal cleans from Dan? Well, now I do.
  11. Exitium
    by HOR
  12. 妖怪
    by IER
    ain't afraid to die (Dir en grey Cover) ain't afraid to die (Dir en grey Cover)
    妖怪, Japanese for apparition or epiphany, is truly a title fit for this record. At first, the 108 minutes of runtime seem as intimidating as seeing an actual ghost. Haunted vocals, eerie atmospheres, exotic instrumentation mixed in, overall great song structure if you're into longer compositions. A little Dir en grey worship (which is always appropriate) and - most importantly - a super unique sound and attitude. Genre? I don't know, I don't care. This goliath of an album is worth every second.
  13. Forhist
    by FORHIST
  14. BITTER (Album)
    by Kora Winter
    Stiche II Stiche II
    Kora Winter is an interesting bunch of people. Bitter deliveres an atmosphere that I have not met before, and Stiche II is a prime example of how well this band does it. The despair feels final and is delivered with such furious and utter rage that it is impossible for me not to be sucked in and devoured by it. This album sounds like a serious suicide attempt. Also, the lyrics are, for the most part, extremely good.
  15. REBORN
    by Serenity In Murder
    Anthem Anthem
    No, I do not regret paying 30 bucks for this thing. Yes, charging 30 bucks for a digital download is out-of-this-world-audacious. I would have payed 50 tho. Artists need groceries, too. Full support for this band, the new vocalist had big shoes to fill but fits very well.
  16. As The Flame Withers
    by YOTH IRIA
    The Great Hunter The Great Hunter
    Riffs. Riffs everywhere. This is a fun and melodic Black Metal album. Not the next Exercises in futility, but damn good nonetheless! Basically in riffage mode 100% of the time, the guitars are absolutely going to town with the drums. Drumwork is really amazing here. Vocals are a bit samey, but still solid. Definitely got a different vibe to it than Polish or Norwegian BM.
  17. Thèmes pour la rébellion
    by Forteresse
  18. Menschenmühle
    by Kanonenfieber
    Der letzte Flug Der letzte Flug
    Great blackened death metal. Discovered this one by accident and immediately fell in love with it. The melodies are there, production is absolutely going to town, the lyrics are excellent and the whole package is painting a gruesome, filthy picture of WW1 without glorifying anything about it. I'm pretty sure this will be in my AOTY list, deeply impressive!
  19. Šahrartu
    by Eximperituserqethhzebibšiptugakkathšulweliarzaxułum
  20. Prajecyrujučy Sinhuliarnaje Wypramieńwańnie Daktryny Absaliutnaha J Usiopahłynaĺnaha Zła Skroź Šaścihrannuju Pryzmu Sîn-Ahhī-Erība Na Hipierpawierchniu Zadyjakaĺnaha Kaŭčęha Zasnawaĺnikaŭ Kosmatęchničnaha Ordęna Palieakantakta...
    by Eximperituserqethhzebibšiptugakkathšulweliarzaxułum
    Rytuał Pryzyŭnoha Zaklionu Ŭsioabdymnaj Ęnierhii Ciemry, U Hipastyĺnaj Zalie Matęryjalizacyi Ŭwasablieńniaŭ Kokabaęła, Zaklikany Zubožyć Ahafałahičnyja Abliččy Idałaŭ Anhârąka, Zwajawaŭšych Wypramieńwańnie Pandęmaničnaha Pantęonu Kheri-Beq-F... Rytuał Pryzyŭnoha Zaklionu Ŭsioabdymnaj Ęnierhii Ciemry, U Hipastyĺnaj Zalie Matęryjalizacyi Ŭwasablieńniaŭ Kokabaęła, Zaklikany Zubožyć Ahafałahičnyja Abliččy Idałaŭ Anhârąka, Zwajawaŭšych Wypramieńwańnie Pandęmaničnaha Pantęonu Kheri-Beq-F...
    So, Technical Death Metal often feels like quite the drag, if the song writing skills of the band are not that high. This album is not a drag at all. Listening to this, even though it is top-notch-busy Tech Death is way more calming than even trying to pronounce the band's name. Even the 5 minute ambient outro (!) passes by in a few heartbeats.