This is Dork’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Metal
  1. collection 79
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  1. Demo MMXIX
    by Pestilength
  2. As If Sunlight Could Warm The Deceased
    by Hyalithe
  3. Bedehuis
    by Ossaert
    Oh, my! Ossaert’s Bedehuis is a screamer! Having listened to the EP in full several times, I can safely say it is a very relaxing (hypnotic) listen. Quite soothing in its abrasiveness. Expect melodic repetition and subtle variations coupled to harsh vocals and over-the-top yet fitting cleans.

    I have to say: the Dutch black metal scene has taken flight during the past half decade!

    These guys should play DB's in Utrecht soon--I expect no less.
  4. Morbus Grave - Abomination
    by Morbus Grave
    Hard to put my finger on why, exactly, but Morbus Grave has been killing it with all their ouput. Abomination is simply another instalment of what is shaping up to to be a nice little discography.

    This is some infectious old school death metal that feels fresh and particularly catchy!
    by Putrescine
  6. Sluagh I (EP)
    by SLUAGH
    Sluagh, clearly comprised of experienced musicians, play emotive raw-ish black metal that captures the art of laying down atmosphere, aided by a touch of keys here and there and thought-out leads. The tracks aren't lightning speed barbarity; Sluagh's approach is rather well-balanced while still packing a punch due to the tortuered yet varied vocals. The songs immediately feel familiar without coming across as hackneyed.
  7. Damned In Endless Night (Death/Sludge Metal)
    by WARCRAB (UK)
  8. A Path Through Ashes
    by Gråt Strigoi
  9. Demo
    by Green Inferno
  10. Alt Dette Har Skjedd Før, Alt Dette Vil Skje Igjen
    by Gråt Strigoi
    by The Great Old Ones
  12. Devoured in a Dark Dimension
    by Arkhon
  13. Interitu Caret Devotione Ad Coronam Satanas
    by LURING
  14. Black Smokers
    by Lochness
  15. Bad Trip Exorcism
    by Crypt Witch
  16. En Svunnen Tid
    by Mythic Dawn
    Yes, Mythic Dawn are heavy on the Darkthrone-worship, but it is good, pure and simple.
  17. Solens Tyranni
    by Mythic Dawn
    appears in 1 other collection
  18. Dreams of the Drowned I
    by Dreams of the Drowned
  19. Rays of Brilliance
    I only fully grasped the importance of Solar Temple through their Fertile Descent album, but Rays of Brilliance shows that the former's excellence was not a fluke and actually the result of the meticulous development of a sound established on Rays of Brilliance (which makes sense, after all).

    This is name your price, so no reason to not buy this. A prime example of atmospheric black metal through understated grandiosity
  20. The Resilience Of Life & Death
    by Crimson Throne
    Im a bit confused by this ep. Track one is excellent, as we've come to expect from this band. But what is track two? Im not averse to atmospheric pieces, but this is just some strumming and screeching on top. I feel let down a tad.
  21. De Rook Van De Pijniging Zal Opstijgen Tot In De Eeuwigheid
    by dodenbezweerder
  22. Beyond the Wall of Desolation
    by High Command
    Bandcamp asks such dumb questions...'Why do you love this album'. This is High Command, purveyors of thrash/cross over metal with larger than life hooks. If this band is not on your radar yet, you're doing metal wrong.
  23. Gwoid VIII - Oiwei Fuat In d'Nacht II
    by Gwoid
    Why is this so great? There is nothing new to discern here in terms of black metal, but the low-fi qualities to Gwoid VIII, as with Gwoid VI--where is VII?--just pull me in, as do the howls and screeches buried underneath layers of razor-sharp riffs....I guess with this band---like Dodenbezweerder from the Netherlands--it comes down to the amazing atmosphere that Gwoid is able to conjure up. Mandatory listening, imo.
  24. Kosmískur hryllingur
    by Skáphe + Wormlust
  25. Can They Suffer?...
    by Ritual Of Decay
    Not only is this very enjoyable death metal, it actually delivers a poignant message and the proceedings go to an animal protection cause.

    And it is name your price. What can go wrong? Buyyyyyyyy
  26. Dor
    by TURIA
  27. Dede Kondre
    by TURIA
  28. Zwarte Sluiers
    by dodenbezweerder
    Very eerie musical aesthetics with buried, tortured vocals from Friesland's deepest crypts! The organ and powerful snare combination is grand!
  29. Retribution of Jealous Gods
    by Malignant Altar
  30. Mass Extinction
    by Gutless
    The sound of knuckles dragging over the floor turned supreme death metal.

    Gutless put a smile on my face!
  31. Gwoid VI - Aurora Borealis
    by Gwoid
    This is that rare breed of black metal that sounds like someone shouting over the sound of a forest floor being hoovered in the distance and is actually mezmerising.

    Somewhere it reminds me of that odd and long forgotten band Galgeras from the Netherlands
  32. Black Wash
    by Pagan
  33. At The Walls
    Blind purchase! This had better be good---but Im confident it will be!

    Edit: had I paid closer attention, I would have noticed this album is the two demos re-recorded. Still, awesome thrash here.

    I fo feel the demos had more immediacy to them; this time around, the tracks are reatively polished.
  34. Délirant
    by Délirant
  35. Spirits Of The Darkwood
    by Atra Mors
  36. Hammer of the Heretics
    by Autokrator
  37. El Genocidio Primordial Llevará El Nombre Infinito De La Empatía
    by Ühtceare
    This is just really good black metal. No frills, no progressive edges no bass,but buried vocals, buzzing guitars that overwhelm with varied riffs.
  38. Dark Ceremonies Under A Cursed Moon
    by Mal Du Siècle
  39. Fangs
    by Husk
  40. A Crown of Curses
    by Abduction
  41. La Patria Que Danza en Rabia
    by Ühtceare
  42. Beyond The Shadows
    by Atra Mors/Torver
  43. Wolf from Onon Realm
    by Inferno Requiem
  44. Solemne Tenebris
    by Blosse
  45. Everything Dies (Collaboration)
    by Human Serpent/Isolert