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Plague – Portraits Of Mind

This album is astonishing. As early-Death and Massacre vibes shake and quake the listener while the riffs are flooding the room entering either with huge heavy steps or with fast violent guitars that seem like a colony of ants is spread in the walls. – Metal Invader metalinvader.net/plague-portraits-of-mind/

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Blaze Of Perdition – The Harrowing Of Hearts

Existing at the forefront of the Polish black metal movement, Blaze Of Perdition return with their fifth full-length, The Harrowing Of Hearts – their most urgent, refined, dynamic and accomplished work to date. Richly layered, it is also their most textured release, and they dive ever deeper into the themes they have been exploring since dropping their debut full-length in 2010, Towards The Blaze Of Perdition. “I would say the new record is to 2017’s Conscious Darkness what [2011’s] The Hierophant was for Towards The Blaze Of Perdition – a continuation of the initial idea, but in more energetic and catchy form. Perhaps more approachable and listener-friendly, but it’s not up to me to decide,” states vocalist Sonneillon. “Although some gothic rock influences could be heard on Conscious Darkness, here we took them out of the shadows and let them shine in the spotlight. It’s also our most collectively written effort so far, with every band member throwing something meaningful to the whole.”

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Sarcator – Visions Of Purgatory

Upon listening to this demo blindly, one would imagine a band of 40 something long-hairs that have been stalwarts of the Metal scene since the early 90’s and have been doing it so long they have the formula down to a pointed science. This is Melodic Swedish Death leaning heavy on it’s Teutonic German Thrash influence that would make any Sodom fan smile from horn to horn… But there’s just one catch…the rippin’ guitars you hear are being man-handled by a mere 14 year old, while the eldest ranks in at a ripe old 20!?!? ..And we should also mention, that’s no ordinary 14 year old – it just happens to be the son of Marko Tervonen of Swedish Death greats, The Crown!! Now is it all beginning to make sense? While the other members fill the gap between the youngest and eldest at just 17 years old, this band has loads of promise if they can just make it to graduation first!

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