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Agonia Records: Den Saakaldte + Enthroned + Nocturnal Breed

Review by Jason Guest With an ever-growing list of great bands to their name, Polish label Agonia Records have featured in the pages of Midlands...

Agonia Records: Temple of Baal + Inferno + Code

Reviews by Jason Guest With an ever-growing list of great bands to their name, Polish label Agonia Records have featured in these pages before with...
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Pestilence – Exitivm

Exploding out of Enschede, Netherlands in 1986 Pestilence forever changed the face of metal. Often credited as one of technical death’s Big Four (alongside...
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Ragnarok – Non Debellicata

Now in their 25th year Norway’s Ragnarok have, despite constantly changing line ups, released consistently great albums. Despite this they’ve never really entered black...

Ragnarok – Psychopathology

Norwegian black metal par excellence… https://youtu.be/EUEpE_NQbHc Review by Jason Guest Agonia Records Release: 25 March 2016 Oh dear, there appear to have been a few changes in the Ragnarok...
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Spektr  – The Art To Disappear

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhJn16tFjPM   Review by Paul Castles Agonia Records Release date: 29 January  2016 It seems as though trying to unravel the mystery surrounding dark experimental French outfit Spektr requires...

Temple of Baal – Mysterium

Apocalyptic… https://youtu.be/gi2yqmKvUtw Review by Paul Castles Agonia Records Release date: 2 October 2015 For the past 20 or so years Temple of Baal have been able to exist in...

Interview with Sonneillon, vocalist of Poland’s Blaze of Perdition

Self-realization and insight In 2013, Poland’s Blaze of Perdition’s tour bus crashed, leaving vocalist Sonneillon and drummer Vizun seriously injured – the former temporarily in a...

Code – Mut

A fine album… http://youtu.be/7S2IpHkHp90 Review by Jason Guest Agonia Records Release date: 27 February 2015 For Code, it seems that the boundaries that (attempt to) separate musical genres exist...

Origin – Omnipresent

http://youtu.be/162AWyhziJ8 Review by Jason Guest Agonia Records Release date: 4 July 2014 Well, it’s been three years so that must mean we’re about due an Origin album, and...
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May 2014 Music Reviews

Well, we did it again. We locked ourselves away with as much music as we could get our filthy mitts on and rummaged through...

Interview with Honza of Panychida (Czech)

“…no swords, axes, old robes, folkish dances or shit like that” Interview by Jason Guest Thank you very much for taking time out for this interview...

Interview with Davide Tiso of Ephel Duath

“An artistic expression that is honest and crystalline clear in its intention is fundamental…” - Davide Tiso Interview by Jason Guest Jason: Hi Davide. I’ve been a fan of...

Interview with Shyaithan (guitar & vocals) of Impiety

Interview by Jason Guest Jason: Hi Shyaithan. Thanks for taking time out for this interview. August will see the release of a new EP from...

Chronicles of Eternal Darkness – August 2013 – round up of extreme metal news

Welcome to the latest Chronicles of Eternal Death column where we bring you news of everything happening in the world of extreme metal. If...

Chronicles of Eternal Darkness – extreme metal round-up

If you like to take it to the extreme then Chronicles of Eternal Darkness is for you. Paul Castles presents a monthly round-up from...

Interview with Cain Letifer (guitar and vocals) of Acrimonious

Interview by Jason Guest Jason: Hi Cain. Thanks for taking time out for this interview. Sunyata is an incredible album (Ed: Jason’s review is here)....

Interview with Tjalve of Den Sakaaldte

http://youtu.be/Xwz2GyBIeOA “Bands should take more risks and dare to be unique.” Interview by Jason Guest Thank you very much for taking time out for this interview and...