This is Gokiburi’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Australia
  2. Metal
  1. collection 120
  2. wishlist 34
  3. followers 20
  4. following 79
  1. Gothic Live At Roadburn 2016
    by Paradise Lost
  2. Realm Of Ash And Blood
    by Solothus
  3. Necrotic Verses (Death Metal)
    by DEATH COURIER (Greece)
  4. 島嶼神話 Myths of the Islands
    by Bloody Tyrant
    A very solid album. Heavy and abundant with memorable, folky melodies and traditional instrumentation. Often the vocal delivery and song structure has a narrative vibe, like you're listening to a raw or sometimes melancholic story. It's a very cohesiveness album that once started, will go buy in a flash and beg you to play it again. Perfect for whether you are swinging a beer or swinging a sword.
  5. Conduit
    by Proscription
  6. Protosapien
    by JUPITERIAN (Brazil)
  7. Uinuos Syömein Sota
    by Havukruunu
  8. Ageless Fire
    by VANUM
  9. Realm Of Sacrifice
    by VANUM
  10. Eroded Corridors of Unbeing
    by Spectral Voice
  11. Abreaction
    by Amiensus
    It's an interesting album that's taken me time to really digest. In essence, it's a continuation on the path set by on the band's first album. It's progressive metal with a strong black metal influence. There's a mix of sung and heavy vocals, aggressive and soft playing and more than a few genre curveballs. When the album is on course, it's darkly majestic, but the new inclusion of bright indie rock, grunge and even punkiness sticks out in the sonic landscape and draws the listener off course.
  12. Kadotetut
    by Vainaja
  13. Kiviristi
    by Vainaja
  14. Entity
    by 0
  15. The Confessor
    by Dumal
  16. Slaver
    by Cauldron Black Ram
  17. Moonlit Navigation
    by Inexorum
  18. Here Now, There Then
    by Dool
  19. Summerland (Luxus)
    by Dool
    Sulphur & Starlight Sulphur & Starlight
    This is a masterwork album boiling with dark, brooding atmosphere and emotion; but there are also moments of light. The album starts off with an incredible, strong intensity that, while faltering somewhat in the middle, colours the whole journey. When the final song ends (before bonus tracks), the listener is left in a state of deep retrospection upon what they have just experienced.
  20. Providence
    by Ulthar