Category Archives: dark rock

Crone – “Godspeed”

Secrets of the Moon have become one of my favorite bands. I love the fact that they have indeed progressed over the years and their last album “Sun” was more melodic than ever and a bit of a departure. I’ll … Continue reading

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Deathwhite – “For a Black Tomorrow”

Back in 2015, I reviewed the last EP by Deathwhite. In it, I remarked how I assumed they would be a band I should like but that the EP just wasn’t quite good enough. I closed by saying they were … Continue reading

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Cloak – “To Venomous Depths”

For me, Atlanta’s Cloak fit the progressive death metal tag. Now, I do realize that many people will suggest otherwise and honestly, I can understand that argument. But their debut album “To Venomous Depths” is packed with great riffs and … Continue reading

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The Kahless Clone – “Our Never-Ending Loneliness”

The Kahless Clone are back with their second EP “Our Never-Ending Loneliness,” the follow up to their fantastic debut EP “An Endless Loop.” The band is led by Novembers Doom guitarist Vito Marchese but is certainly not the same musically … Continue reading

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Vulture Industries – “Stranger Times”

“Stranger Times” by Vulture Industries is less stranger than their last album “The Tower.” And that’s actually great! What I mean is that, they still sound weird at times (which is awesome) but on “Stranger Times,” the band don’t let … Continue reading

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