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Tusmørke – “Fjernsyn i farver”

Tusmørke are a band that, on paper, I should like a LOT. So when I checked out their last album, I had somewhat high expectations. But after trying a few times with “Bydyra,” I found it too folky and child-like … Continue reading

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TesseracT – “Sonder”

“Sonder” marks a first for TesseracT. They have kept a vocalist for two straight releases! Dan Tompkins has indeed stayed with the band and that’s great news for sure. Look, if you are expecting some sort of dramatic chance from … Continue reading

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Ivar Bjørnson and Einar Selvik – “Hugsjá”

“Hugsjá” is the second album from the duo of Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved) and Einar Selvik (Wardruna). Like the first album “Skuggsjá,” “Hugsjá” is steeped in the same Norwegian folk with arrangements and instrumentation that are unique to their homeland. The … Continue reading

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Plenty – “It Could Be Home”

Plenty is the band Tim Bowness left for no-man. This is a record of what could have been. The band released a couple of cassettes in the late 80s. The songs included in this album have been re-recorded and tweaked. … Continue reading

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Winterfylleth – “The Hallowing Of Heirdom”

Winterfylleth are one of my favorite atmospheric black metal bands. Their approach to their music and their concepts are all quite progressive. Their new album “The Hallowing Of Heirdom” shows that the band are willing to explore the more mellow, … Continue reading

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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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