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Doom Metal

  • The River – Vessels Into White Tides

    Band: The River Title: Vessels Into White Tides Label: Nine Records Release date: 11 December 2019 Country: England Format reviewed: Digital Promo Here we are and yet again I´m enjoying the gifts…

  • Karyn Crisis’ Gospel of the Witches – Covenant

    Band: Karyn Crisis’ Gospel of the Witches Title: Covenant Label: Aural Music Release Date: 08 November 2019 Country: USA Format Reviewed: Digital download Several weeks ago a promo album crossed my path…

  • Orodruin – Ruins of Eternity

    Band: Orodruin Title: Ruins of Eternity Release Date: 25 October 2019 Country: USA Label: Cruz Del Sur Format: Digital Streaming Hello again. It´s Friday and of course there are riffs to talk…

  • Crypt Sermon – The Ruins of Fading Light

    Band: Crypt Sermon Title: The Ruins of Fading Light Label: Dark Descent Records Release date: September 13, 2019 Country: USA Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording The time has come! In 2015 the…

  • Cult of Sorrow Interview

    I´m not that comfortable right now. My internet connection is down. I was told by the band that we should try an alternate “channel of communication”. Instructions came by a black crow…

  • Cult of Sorrow – Invocation of The Lucifer

    Band: Cult of Sorrow Album: Invocation of The Lucifer Country: USA Release Date: 20 September 2019 Label: Black Doomba Records Format: Digital promo Friday!! That means that this must be our “número…

  • MoonWatcher Interview

    “The more wonderful the means of communication, the more trivial, tawdry, or depressing its contents seemed to be.”  ― Arthur C. Clarke, 2001: A Space Odyssey Perrö sips his last drop of beer and…

  • Glassing – Spotted Horse

    Band: Glassing Title: Spotted Horse Label: Brutal Panda Records Release Date: 17 May 2019 Country: United States Format reviewed: MP3 320kb Atmospheric black metal is almost always synonymous with melody, with lush…

  • HAZEMAZE Studio Report

    HAZEMAZE were in the studio recording their next album and Blessed Altar Zine used the opportunity to talk to Stefan Carillo (bass) and to discuss the new material right from the spot.…

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