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Unfortunatly I'm still studying and can't buy all the things I like. I'm mostly listening to Black/Death/Grind/Crust and everything in between, most of the time I buy music that isn't available on Spotify. If you like to chat or check out some more music I'd like to invite you to hit me up on Spotifiy or Facebook.
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  1. Urgrund - Urgrund
    by Deathrune Records
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    Besieged Besieged
    I think everyone of us is constantly searching for the recognizable record, that offers things that you like in other bands, but adds something new to the great old formular. This is it for me. You probably know by now, that I love Black Thrash. Urgrund have found a really memorable way of playing this by beeing musically abolutely up to date and compareable but giving their very own spin to it. You should check it out if you're in for a treat today.
  2. Spirits of the Darkwood
    by Atra Mors
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    Fog of Ruin Fog of Ruin
    Goose bumps from the first second. I love everything about this album: the art, the production, the music, the feel and the atmosphere. Atra Mors communicate their message with so much rage and top it with THOSE VOCALS, you just have to beieve they're dead serious about what they do. This record makes you believe Black Metal is dangerous again.
  3. From the Mist, We are but Dust
    by Sunspell / Saudade
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    Black Death Black Death
    You won't find a lot of occasions where I placed a preorder, but given Saudade's impressive releases before this split makes me very excited and Black Death sounds absolutely monumental. Can't wait for this beast to be unleashed.
  4. Diary Of Voices
    by Saudade
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    Pg.1 Pg.1
  5. Saudade
    by Saudade
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    I. I.
  6. Mónaþfylen
    by Isenscur
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    Diaomai Diaomai
    A worship of 90s scandinavian Black Metal from the UK. The amount of negativity and disgust towards all things is remarkable. There's only few melodies, everything just gets sucked into the black mass that is this album. With only little use of Keyboards or Synths they create a quite intimidating atmosphere, which is only rarely achieved by modern BM bands imo. This is a record for the fancier of true darkness and all things Black Metal stands for besides the music. 10/10
  7. My Soul for His Glory
    by BEHEXEN
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    Let the Horror and Chaos Come Let the Horror and Chaos Come
    I don't think this needs any further words or descriptions, thus I'm just gonna say despite all the earlier, probably truer and/or more underground releases that have come from scandinavia since the late 80s, this in fact may be my favorite Black Metal album of all time.
  8. Nailing Shut the Sacrosanct Orifice
    by Sovereign
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    Knives Coated in Pitch of Terror Knives Coated in Pitch of Terror
    Awesome Black Metal with a sense for really rancid Rock'n Roll. Despite having some groove in the mix and playing one or two slower parts the aggression is perceptible at all times.
  9. Hof
    by Misþyrming
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    Awesome track that combines their already famous formular with some new influences. Having said that, I think they may just have found the recipe to convert me into a fanboy. Looking foward to hear more of that, hopefully in form of another full length.
  10. Söngvar elds og óreiðu
    by Misþyrming
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    Söngur heiftar Söngur heiftar
    I came across this album pretty late in comparison to when these guys were all up and down the frontpages of BM literature. Honestly I don't think they are "the very best of 2nd wave BM" I just think it's very well made, somewhat different, modern BM that doesn't wear off that fast. They definatly have a lot of musical understanding, which gets apparent in the song structure, instrumentation and the willingness to experiment slightly with the old formulars without beeing progressive at any point
  11. WOUNDVAC // COLUMNIII Split 7"
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    Mensrea Mensrea