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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2016



01. Terra Tenebrosa - The Reverses
02. Heavenwood
- The Tarot Of The Bohemians - Part 1
03. Wormfood
- L'Envers
04. Aeon Sable
- Hypaerion
05. The Human Voice
- Silent Heart
06. Merciful Nuns
- Thelema VIII
07. Sojourner
- Empires Of Ash
08. Apocryphos
- Stone Speak
09. Sweet Ermengarde
- Ex Oblivione
10. Neurotech
- In Remission

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FLIPTOP BOX - Sophomore Album Out In October, Lyric Video Released

Greeks Fliptop Box will release on 24th October will release their sophomore album entitled Catch22. The band mixes elements of alternative rock with post-punk and metal...

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EUFORI - First Track Out Of Upcoming Debut Album Available For Streaming

Swedish duo Eufori who blend dsbm, depressive rock and post-punk into one sophisticated combination will release their debut full length Humörsvängningar on 30th September.

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PG.LOST - Fifth Album Out Now And Available For Full Streaming

Long-running Swedish post-rock collective Pg.Lost have released their fifth full-length, Versus, this Friday via Pelagic Records. A true post-rock masterwork...

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VPAAHSALBROX - To Re-Release The Demo From 2005 On Vinyl And Digital Edition

Pale Horse Recordings will re-release the long forgotten demo recordings of USA based black metallers Vpaahsalbrox. The demo entitled 14 Sovereign was originally released by the band in 2005.

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BORN FOR BLISS - Two Tracks From Upcoming EP Premiered Online

Dutch psychedelic/dark/indie/wave rock masters Born For Bliss, who will release on 7th October their brand new EP titled Falling Back via Echozone, just made available for streaming two tracks out of the EP.

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ALCEST - Title Track Of Upcoming Album Available For Streaming

As the release date of a new album by French metalgaze masters Alcest is approaching very fast, their label, Prophecy Productions, now made available for streaming...

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BREATHERRR - New Single Available For Streaming

Long Beach (CA) based post-psych artist Breatherrr released a brand new single named "Chantrieri". Breatherrr is interweaving roots in trip hop, jungle, and industrial...

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THE HOLEUM - Debut Album Out Now, New Lyric Video Released

Spain based doom/drone/post metallers The Holeum released now their debut album entitled Negative Abyss via Lifeforce Records. For this occasion the band released a brand new lyric video.

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KLAMMER

Recently we are facing a proper post-punk revival, there are many new bands on the scene and as well some long forgotten cult acts were reformed and are now on their second mission. In this mass of bands many are just bland copies and revivalist of 80s sound, but some of them certainly bring fresh air to this rather narrow genre, one of them are UK based newcomers Klammer, a band who by blending together post-punk, punk rock, goth rock and add to all that some dark pop accessibility, certainly deserves your attention as they are one of those acts who with their professional approach towards what they are doing expands the borders of the genre.Klammer come from Leeds and came to life in 2013, from the members' shared love for all things angular, dark, loud and melodic. They've shared stages with the likes of The Membranes, Penetration, Art Brut, Department S, 999 and Richie Ramone (who they are going to be touring the UK and Ireland with again this November and December).

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Album of the month - August 2016

Band: Darkher
Album title: Realms
Release date: 19 August 2016
Label: Prophecy Productions

Darkher's music is one of those captivating, highly atmospheric, unpretentiously dark and absolutely emotive sonic creations meant to feed your spirit. Jayn's songs are simply mesmerizing, beautiful, fragile, but at the same time there's present some kind of horror, intense veil of darkness and huge amount of almost raw power brought to the surface by stormy wall of guitar sound. Now, the debut full-lenght album Realms, impressively proves that the fire of great expectations raised by the debut EP and by some other songs that Darkher released before and after that, was more than justified. Realms can bring into listeners senses many different states of emotion, from dreadful angst, horror and fear, to immense beauty and calmness of mind, it's a glimmering of hope for the lost ones, but it can be as well a manace for others. It brings warmth when needed, but as well it glazes with freezing icing over your body. Darkher made a truly transcedental album that can't be really compared to anything done before, it's a sonic journey for your mind and soul, taking the listener into darkness filled with ever changing reflections of water. The sound of Darkher is veined by both an unsettling atmosphere of encroaching dread and a deep, otherworldly confidence. This is a walk through changeably stormy weather, most of the time it's cruel, but there are traces of sun and on the distant horizon you can see clearness.

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Video of the week

Spine - The Dying Process

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Band: Mist Of Dead End
Album title: Never Explain Anything [EP]
Release date: 21 December 2015
Label: Mislealia Records

Mist Of Dead End, who were formed back in 2013 by Benjamin Marmier (Mils, Wäks, Chokhmah), are toying with several sounds, from post-rock, metal, industrial, gothic, cold wave and yet much more. On Never Explain Anything you'll find six tracks with a total timing around 25 minutes and those are minutes that you won't even know when will pass. The band managed to create such a captivating, highly turbulent and dynamic sound. Never Explain Anything is a combination of modernity and classic rock/metal, in its essence is a very dark unit of adventurous and multifarious songs.

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