Category Archives: atmospheric metal

Pain of Salvation – “Panther”

Panther. The new album. Pain of Salvation are known to take chances both with their style and production. I respect that but sadly this one loses a lot due to a poor mix and production. This is their St. Anger. … Continue reading

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Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 19

Secrets of the Moon – “Black House” Label: Prophecy Productions Release Date: 8 May 2020 Secrets of the Moon aren’t a prog band in the traditional sense of the word. In fact, I am quite sure that most people would … Continue reading

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Molitoth is set to release “The Tribunal” on June 26, premieres new track!

I was a big fan of the band A Light Within and their frontman Kyle Brandt has a new solo project called Molitoth. Kyle is a super talented person and I thought I’d help out by premiering a new track … Continue reading

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Mantric – “False Negative”

It always amazes me when a band sets the bar higher with each album that they release. Eventually you think “okay, there’s no way this one can be better than the last one.” Mantric has 2 exceptional albums already and … Continue reading

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Oranssi Pazuzu – “Mestarin kynsi”

Oranssi Pazuzu are not going to be for everyone. If you aren’t into wretched black metal vocals like Ihsahn or Enslaved do, then you can skip this review. But if you do like those style of vocals and love the … Continue reading

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Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 18

Igorrr– “Spirituality and Distortion” Label: Metal Blade Records Release Date: 27 March 2020 First off, Igorrr is not going to be for everyone. If one were to look up extreme metal, I think Igorrr would be the definition. There is … Continue reading

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Restless Amoeba’s Top Albums of 2019… and other things…

Last year was a real pain in the ass trying to compile a list of my top albums of 2018. So much so, that i made a concerted effort to start tracking and building my list as I went along. … Continue reading

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Novembers Doom – “Nephilim Grove”

Novembers Doom has been one of those bands on my “Will Listen To” list for quite some time. I mean, they are staple of the death-doom metal scene, after all. When the chance came to review their eleventh studio album, … Continue reading

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Alcest – “Spiritual Instinct”

Alcest are one of those bands that somehow never disappoint me. Granted, it took me longer to get into their “Shelter” album (it was a bit of a change) but now it’s one of my favorites by them. What makes … Continue reading

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