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Future Hits 081: Cult Cinema

May 23rd, 2011

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Cult Cinema
From: London, UK
Lazy Equation: Swedish hardcore + Norwegian black metal x actually from England
URL: Facebook.com/cultcinema // Twitter.com/CultBand

Thrash Hits Verdict:
We were rather impressed by the ferocious hardcore of Cult Cinema when we saw them at one of their first ever gigs in April so we thought we’d better ask them some stuff. This is what we said when they played at the Purple Turtle:

“It’s one of Cult Cinema’s first ever shows. It will not be one of their last. Death metal vocals with a hardcore/rock band really does work especially with the relentless intensity that they add to their live show. Who knew? They did, obviously. Snazzy name too. They’re ones to watch out for again. This may be largely due to the singer spending the whole set on the floor rather than on the stage but hey ho.”

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Album: Ageless Oblivion – Temples Of Transcendent Evolution

January 28th, 2011

Ageless Oblivion
Temples
Of Transcendent Evolution
Siege Of Amida
7 February 2011

by Tom Dare

Ageless Oblivion are it. This is what makes metal great. This is the sound of a band emerging from the shadows and kicking the unholy shit out of everything in its path. This is a band willing to do new things, to take risks. That the result is as buttock-clenchingly brilliant as Temples Of Transcendent Evolution is just reward for one of the best new bands these shores have seen in fuck-knows how long.

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Album: Khoma – The Second Wave

April 3rd, 2006

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Khoma
The Second Wave
Roadrunner Records
03 April 2006

by Raziq Rauf

Back in 2002 there was a band brewing in northern Sweden that had members who, despite being involved in other projects already, felt a pull towards this more socially aware and more highly politicised side project. They all felt that Khoma had become more than it was being allowed to be. This particular labour of love needed a fuller outlet. [Read more →]

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