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Album: Nachtmystium – Silencing Machine

August 29th, 2012

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Silencing Machine
Century Media
30 July 2012

by David Keevill

Nachtmystium have always been an interesting beast, because whilst they’re yet to release something truly groundbreaking (although Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. 2 came pretty close), they have pushed the genre into experimental, confusing territories and have shown themselves to be keen on growing, rather than recycling, black metal’s increasingly plagiarised bedrock sounds. Does Silencing Machine reap the rewards of their experimentalism?

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Album: Nachtmystium – Black Meddle, Pt II: Addicts

July 12th, 2010

Black Meddle Part II: Addicts
Candlelight Records
07 June 2010

by Mike Strata

From Disaronno’s whisky adverts to Andy Gray’s frantic babbling on a Sunday afternoon, the slogan “expect the unexpected” has become so old and tired it makes Zsa Zsa Gabor look positively perky. However, when it comes to describing the audio output of Illinois’ premier psychedelic metal alchemists Nachtmystium over the last few years, there really is no better phrase.

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2008 into 2009: Nachtmystium

December 6th, 2008

Founding member of psychedelic, extreme metallers Nachtmystium, Blake Judd talks about his plans to nail nuns and his year of getting nailed by pesky coppers near the Grand Canyon. Fucking pigs!

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What was your highlight of 2008?
Touring with Boris and Torche in North America. Great trip, great people, great shows. Couldn’t ask for more.

What’s the worst thing that happened to you in 2008?
Got arrested on tour for possession of marijuana in Arizona, the state with the harshest laws on pot. Fucking ridiculous!

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20 Years Of Black Metal Evolution – Part #4

March 1st, 2012

In the final part of his look at the Black Metal evolution over the past 20 years, today Tom Dare is examining the murkier and more indistinct realms of “post”-Black Metal band, as well as those bands who might’ve moved beyond the boundaries of Black Metal musically, still remain within the genre in spirit, at least….

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EP: Pelican – Ataraxia/Taraxis

February 28th, 2012

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Southern Lord
10 April 2012

by Ruth Booth

I’ve got a straw man here, and my thumb’s got an itch only a zippo can scratch. It all started with the press release for this EP. It states that with the members of Pelican now spread out across the country, and resulting changes to the ways in they record and write, “the EP represents a new chapter in the band’s evolution”. While all that maybe true – sorry Trevor, but say what?

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Album: Woe – Quietly, Undramatically

November 11th, 2010

Quietly, Undramatically
Candlelight Records
01 November 2010

by Tom Dare

Americans are supposed to be rubbish at three things – football, brewing beer, and black metal. In reality, the US drew with England at the World Cup, has one of the best ranges of microbreweries anywhere in the world, and as long as they’re producing records like Woe’s second album Quietly, Undramatically, they’ve got some of the most interesting and exciting black metal bands of recent times.

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Album: Altar of Plagues – White Tomb

June 1st, 2010

Altar of Plagues
White Tomb
Candlelight Records
10 May 2010

by Tom Dare

First released over a year ago, Altar of Plagues‘ White Tomb attracted sufficient attention on Profound Lore Records that Candlelight decided to re-release it. Anyone who picked up one of the original pressings knows exactly why – Altar Of Plagues released probably the best metal record you didn’t hear last year.

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