Category Archives: atmospheric metal

Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 1

I’ve decided to try a different approach with some releases. It’s gotten hard for me to write reviews. I am not a fan of writing and on top of that, reviews are so subjective. But I still want to pass … Continue reading

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Circles – “The Last One”

After a five years, Circles is back with their sophomore recording “The Last One,” released August 31 on Seasons of Mist records. My exposure to Circles began with a promising EP, “The Compass,” which showcased modern metal in the djent … Continue reading

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The Eternal – “Waiting for the Endless Dawn”

“Waiting for the Endless Dawn” is the sixth album by The Eternal and the first one that I’ve heard by the Aussies. They play a heavily prog influenced brand of doom metal. I’d compare them with bands like Katatonia, While … Continue reading

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Obscura – “Diluvium”

There are certain bands that I know I can count on to deliver a quality album every time out. Obscura is one of those bands. Over the years, they have gotten better at what they do and it’s been a … Continue reading

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