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posted a review of Skin Chamber - Trial. 5 days ago
Torturous, deranged, extreme and thick blooded would be apelatives considered laudatory for the involved.
Noise meets Doom, meets industrial and induce an state of terrible oppression upon the listener. Think of Melvins crossing with the Swans with the ... See full review
posted a review of Glen Porter. about 1 month ago
Just came to know his music in the same month he passed away and it made me sad, it did it twice because I could feel a lot of sadness and solitude in his music as well, and then to know he was dead meant everything had a connection.
Talented and ... See full review
posted a review of Nytt Land - Oðal. 3 months ago
A reminiscence from "Wardruna" and "The moon lay hidden beneath the clouds" nonelethess its evident in here, some other bands had inspiration in these currents during recent years but these created an authentic syncretism. With a voice that reminds the ... See full review
posted a review of Kostnice - Finsterfelden. 4 months ago
The search for spirituality is almost always anchored in flames. Despair motivates the quest for that indefinable something, that intake of pure air into the woods, metaphorically speaking.

Contrarywise modern popular music attest this quests most if ... See full review
submitted Ennio Morricone - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). 4 months ago
submitted Level 42 - Staring At The Sun. 4 months ago
posted a comment on Docetism - God Has Died, And His Death Was The Life Of The World. 4 months ago
Strange music.
Spiritually meaningful in all senses, the kind which is rare to find.
Thanks for unveiling it!
posted a comment on Dr. Octagon - Instrumentalyst : [Octagon Beats]. 5 months ago
But you got the message ain't?
Thanks for the nazi grammar though.
I think ice q would be delighted if his "rapping" would be called "raping" , considering the extraordinary amount of sexual violence and mysoginistic remarks in his style. And not just ... See full review
posted a review of Arca (4) - Xen. 5 months ago
I have the impression that sometimes music is left aside at the expense of image, or shock or any other value, people get mindblowed by what it is not supposed to be the main ingredient in an album. This happens in here, pretty much overrated, and I ... See full review
posted a comment on Christian Death - Atrocities. 5 months ago
It appears written by both Valor and Galvin.
Pretty crazy and asimetrical track!
posted a comment on Slayer - Hell Awaits. 5 months ago
How on earth the intro to first track followed by all time epic Hanneman-King's riffs are not memorable? How about the demonic "hell awaits!" chorus doesn't send a chill down your spine? Man you are either too cold after focusing too much on the melodic ... See full review
posted a review that has since been deleted. 5 months ago
posted a review of Christian Death - Atrocities. 5 months ago
"Atrocities" is an album that puts all the emphasis to be morose, gloomy and morbid. Truly something that inspire an elegant darkness dressed in the clothes of some deadly rock. Made to be remembered and to create a break point in all senses. We must ... See full review
posted a review of EBN* - Telecommunication Breakdown. 5 months ago
Marshall Mcluhan should be proud of these fellas. They understood the philosophy behind "the medium is the message". Internalized it in such a clever way that they used the language of hip hop and traduced it into a bombardment of interlaced audiovisuals ... See full review
posted a review of The Chemical Brothers - Surrender. 5 months ago
Emblematic in all senses, this album has all the characteristics that define the pre millennial tension visible in the post rave electronica camp, exhilarated, euphoric, a tad reflexive and quite another darkly. A pre climax ecstasy for the promise of an ... See full review
posted a comment on Ennio Morricone. 6 months ago
Thanks for everything, master.
Every piece of your music got directly into our hearts.
posted a comment on Dr. Octagon - Instrumentalyst : [Octagon Beats]. 6 months ago
I think I meant it to be Mr Doom. Not Keith Kool. You know they are two different entities and bands.
posted a review of Flotsam And Jetsam. 6 months ago
People often said that this band hit it before Metallica. I think it was just a matter of luck that Metallica got more attention, because it is fact that this bands first two albums are in the category of thrash metal classics and they were disputing ... See full review
posted a review of Ice. 7 months ago
From the two albums that constitute their discography, search not the debut. The real ICE gem is "bad blood". In here shines the beat from Brooklyn Illbient scene, clever worked out by people like JK Broderick, Dave Cochrane, Kevin Martin, Lou Ciccotelli ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Cam - Liquid Hip Hop. 7 months ago
Radical dimensión the one you condemn this album to live, the one from fecal matter.
Nevertheless you're right about the fact dj cam's best is "mad blunt jazz", which is truly a milestone in the abstract hh.
posted a review of Gasoline - A Journey Into Abstract Hip-Hop. 7 months ago
French hip-hop with an extremely well crafted lyrical twist. A bit dark, moody, thoughtful creepy creppes in the land of "egalite, liberte"(fraternite went to hell since the last war). Deep and dopey, Gasoline is a testimony of French hip hop entering ... See full review
posted a review of Heroin And Your Veins - Dead People's Trails. 7 months ago
If music could speak right through... What this album would say?
Hard to tell. At least in words.
But you can anticipate. Expect an exquisite cadence for gloomy decadence, many empty streets with odd characters from a Lynch scenario, some Morricone ... See full review
posted a review of Paradise Lost - Lost Paradise. 9 months ago
This album demarks for me the end of an era in the metal community. It appears as the end of the classic school thrash metal. After this nothing would be the same. Welcome to the 90s, 80s funniness and crazyness is no more.

Nothing ever sounded so ... See full review
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posted a review of Severin Bestombes. 9 months ago
Jurgen Weber of Novy Svet at his most acoustic dadaist and surreal krautrock incidence.
Pretty much close to the school of Nurse with wound experimenting with electro acoustic, feedback, drone and loops.

The music is pretty much formless and walks ... See full review
posted a review of Clannad - Legend. 10 months ago
Never knew that “Robin of Sherwood” famous series from the 80s had an album, I searched for the music for years until finally the internet brought me to this album.

As a child these series impressed me very strongly and left an indeleble mark in my ... See full review
posted a review of Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch - Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). 11 months ago
No one should expect a similar soundtrack to 1982’s Blade Runner without being delusional, we are in 2017 in which most soundtracks made recur less to lyricism and much more to plain atmosphere and immediate effectism. Cinema has changed a lot since the ... See full review
posted a review of OM (8) - Advaitic Songs. 11 months ago
It is said that advanced Tantra adepts smoke hashish as part of their intense meditative, yoga and sexual practices in order to increase the speed of body arousal, awareness and therefore illumination. It is a dangerous thing as one easily mislead and ... See full review
posted a comment on Burzum - Hliðskjálf. 11 months ago
Discogs no longer allows bootleg sales. Protection for the so called private property or hardcore capitalism, you name it.
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 11 months ago
posted a review of Clams Casino - Instrumental Mixtape 2. 11 months ago
I really never liked hip-hop until I got a hold on this, as a matter of fact this particular work led me to investigate further into the classic instrumental hip-hopers from the past. This album is simply transcendental in some sort of strange way that I ... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Spacetime Continuum - Sea Biscuit. about 1 year ago
Interesting, i always thought "Lifeforms" was a classic. Which albums would you recommend from that time? something with real depth, space and mental progression as you say?
posted a review of Dr. Octagon - Instrumentalyst : [Octagon Beats]. about 1 year ago
At least 60% of the original album's importance reside in the making of the instrumental part which is patented in here, so good it is that it was released without vocals. Some say these beats are among the best ever done in the genre and it is quite ... See full review
posted a review of Necro Deathmort - The Colonial Script. about 1 year ago
I think to implant the generic moniker of "Doom metal" to this album is not only misleading, belittling and unfair but also completely short in scope. This work MAY have an infusion from Doom but, first, it is not that evident as this could more likely ... See full review
posted a review of Metal Fingers - Special Herbs Vol. 1 & 2. about 1 year ago
Revered as one of the best Hip-Hop instrumentalists, but quite frankly he is overly overrated. His "herbs" albums are good for adding as pads for dj sets or loopers for rap boxes but no more than that. As a mere instrumental album the monochrome and ... See full review
submitted Mecano - No Hay Marcha En Nueva York. about 1 year ago
submitted Facundo Cabral - Mi Vida. about 1 year ago
submitted Carreras*, Domingo*, Pavarotti*, Mehta* - In Concert. about 1 year ago
submitted Soledad Bravo - Soledad Bravo. about 1 year ago
submitted Camilo Sesto - Amaneciendo. about 1 year ago
submitted The Platters - Encore Of Golden Hits. about 1 year ago
submitted Carole King - Pearls Songs Of Goffin And King. about 1 year ago
submitted Donna Summer - Live And More. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Bonnie Tyler - Faster Than The Speed Of Night. about 1 year ago
Notice the colored vinyl versions made in colombia were randomly made and there was no established amount programmed during their creation. This particular one preserves exactly the same code number for identification as the common black vinyl version.
submitted Bonnie Tyler - Faster Than The Speed Of Night. about 1 year ago
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posted a review of Dernière Volonté. about 1 year ago
One of the best Martial Industrial ever done, if not the best, or at least the more digerible. Never indigested with maniac bombast but with enough viril content to make your heart pound hard, a lyrical component that sides with existentialism or even ... See full review
posted a review of Seefeel - Succour. about 1 year ago
Since the inception of dub there has been numerous changes and mutations added to the genre, as well as great ammount of mixage. Here dub is taken into another level that would be somehow definitive as the seminal pinpoint for subsequent genres related ... See full review
posted a review of Skinny Puppy - Remission. about 1 year ago
Been a kiddo while this came to life was trouble-matic. Consider sharing this album to a troop of metalheads which were your pals in 1985, hysterical laughs in your face, they even dare to call it "hairdressing room music" and according to them i was ... See full review