Album Review BLACK TORMENT Catacomb of Blinding Blasphemies


BLACK TORMENT “Catacomb of Blinding Blasphemies”

Deathrash Armageddon

Holy shit! Now I know why this is one of the best black metal acts in Mexico. It’s terrible to say that black metal genre is dying, as definitely, this is a perfect example of good bands revitalizing the scene.

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Yes, of course I remember the band Violent Devoties, from Austria. They sent me an excellent album of brutal and obscured death metal, some years ago. This time I have in my mail box a new incarnation, by vocalist Gerald Valentin (aka Reverend Necrolust) and it worth every cent.

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Album Review ZAMAK The Dark of the Sun


ZAMAK “The Dark of the Sun”

American Line Prods

After 20 years active in Mexican underground scene, this band has become an institution of extreme metal genre, and I’m glad to know that they are preparing new material for upcoming full length album.

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Album Review HEXENIZER Witches Mentors Cult


HEXENIZER “Witches’ Mentors’ Cult”

Infernö Records

Well, well, this is nothing but a piece of deadly speed metal, proudly forged in the mind of Mexican warrior Andy “Charrocker”, who also was the mastermind of enigmatic project called MAGNIFICAT, some years ago.

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Album Review FAUSTTOPHEL Sancta Simplicitas


FAUSTTOPHEL “..Sancta Simplicitas…”

Another Side Records

This is a very interesting melodic black metal album with tons of musical arrangements, keyboard walls, and different atmospheres throughout the songs. Coming from Ukraine, the band was founded in 1999, but it seems like they are not very active until 2013, when debut album was released.

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Album Review ON-OFF Borderline


ON-OFF “Borderline”

Buil2Kill Records

This is a great Italian band of soft and melodic rock n’ roll and it’s highly influenced by hard rock genre, AOR, and heavy metal. For moments this reminds me old albums of Extreme, Warrant, Poison, etc, so you know what is about this album.

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Album Review EPIDEMIA Leprocomio

Epidemia Lepricomio Cover artwork

EPIDEMIA “Leprocomio”

Satanath Records

Wow! This is an excellent album forged in corrosive and destructive death metal genre. Certainly is the first band from Ecuador reviewed here, and I’m really satisfied because of high octane structures, with roots in classic death metal bands from USA, and good doses of brutality in the entire album.

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