This is starvynth’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Cologne, Germany
  2. Metal
  1. collection 1281
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  1. Au Milieu De L'hiver
    by Nostalghia
  2. SAT034: I Am Esper - Nox Obscurum (2013)
    by Satanath Records
  3. His Blessed Book
    by Lady Luna and the Devil
  4. Witness
    by (EchO)
  5. Depressionland
    by Bipolar Architecture
  6. Departure
    by Souldrainer
  7. SAT033: Nakka - Человек-Завод (2013)
    by Satanath Records
  8. Yo, no soy yo
    by Ornamentos del Miedo
  9. Νιαούρισμα της Γάτας
  10. Beneath the Mold
    by Vananidr
  11. SAT030: Inopexia / Embryopathia - Christmas Gore [split] (2012)
    by Satanath Records
  12. Post Mortem
    by Splendidula
  13. SAT027: Jaga-Jaga Massacre - Purulent Tits And Bacterial Dicks (2012)
    by Satanath Records
  14. All Paths Lead To Death (Re issue 2022)
    by Amiensus
  15. SAT026: Grosad - Confession For The Devil [ep] (2012)
    by Satanath Records
  16. Romantik I
    by Bergfried
    "I cannot adequately describe this release; at times it sounds almost carnival-esque (“Hungry Hearts”, “The Battle”), at times it sounds doomy and… romantic (“War-Torn Lovers”), and at times it sounds U.S. country-like (“Oh Lord”). Just listen to it because all the time it sounds awesome and authentic."

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  17. SAT024: Radogor - Просветление (2012)
    by Satanath Records
  18. Epigrammata (Atmospheric Doom/Black/Death Metal)
    by ET MORIEMUR (Czech Republic)
    "Epigrammata is an otherworldly selection of divine poems inscribed on the tombstones of our loved ones; a testament of our pain for their absence but also an expression of enormous gratitude for their past existence with us. Do not miss out on this transcending experience."

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  19. Striving Toward Oblivion (Black Metal)
    by VORGA (Germany)
  20. Tamashii No Yama (Atmospheric Doom/Black Metal)
    by ET MORIEMUR (Czechia)
    Being a briefer album than it's predecessor by more than ten minutes of runtime, Tamashii No Yama is more potent in being unique, all the while also being well-crafted and just an all-around fantastic doom metal album. I don't want to place it as being better than Epigrammata, but it's definitely not a rehash."

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