\r\nAfter their last year’s astonishing self titled album, Sodom decided to return to the lime light with an unforeseen release by re-recording the band’s 1984’s EP “In The Sign Of Evil” with the well known classic 5 songs that were originally in the EP plus seven previously unreleased tracks that according to the band were supposed to complete a full length album at the time but due to the company’s mistrust they never made it to the debut release.
\r\nΤρÎ¯το album για την Swawa και το προσωπικÏŒ της project Carved In Stone.
\r\nΗ πρÏŽτη μου επαφÎ® με τους Deinonychus Î®ταν πριν πολλÎ¬ χρÏŒνια, ÏŒταν εÎ¯χα ακοÏσει Îνα CD με λÎ¯γα κομμÎ¬τια, που αυτÎ® τη στιγμÎ® δεν θυμÎ¬μαι\r\nκ
\r\nΤα τελευταÎ¯α χρÏŒνια οι Impaled Nazarene κυκλοφοροÏν συνηθισμÎνους δÎ¯σκους, με συνηθισμÎνο Î®χο και Ïφος και\r\nφυσικÎ¬ με αυτÏŒ τ&
\r\nΑ Couple Of Months ago, The Italian doomsters, Abysmal Grief, released their first, sametitled, full length. Obviously Inspired by the Italian Occult Scene and bands like
\r\nPaul Chain, Death SS, Black Hole, Jacula / Antonius Rex and the Czech Darkwavers XIII Stoleti. Abysmal Grief presents us the perfect mixture of dark, horror doom metal, darkwave – ish keys and the obscure sound of the Organ in the first place.
\r\nAnaal Nathrakh.\r\nΚατÎ¬ τη γνÏŽμη μου το μεγαλÏτερο κεφÎ¬λαιο στον Black / Death Metal Î®χο που Îχει να\r\nεπιδεÎ¯ξει η ΒρετανÎ¯α εδÏŽ και αρκετÎ¬ χρÏŒνια.
\r\nThe Italian Doom/ Epic metallers Thunderstorm, released some months ago their 4th album, “As We Die Alone”. Despite the fact that the album isn’t so different from their previous releases, “As We Die Alone” shows that the band worked really hard in the studio, to provide us with 9 pure doom/Epic and original compositions plus the cover version of Jimmy Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child” ( heavier than the original of course!)
\r\nThe heavy riffs and the more atmospheric parts of music are their strongest point.
\r\nΟ αγαπημÎνος μας Serj Tankian, τραγουδιστÎ®ς των System Of A Down, κυκλοφορεÎ¯ αυτÏŒ τον καιρÏŒ τον πρÏŽτο του προσωπικÏŒ δÎ¯σκο ο οποÎ¯ος φÎρει\r\
\r\nΤo mention that Dio was actually the person who got me into metal, I suppose interests no one and I’m also sure that I am not the only one in the world. And despite how my musical taste turned out to be later on, surely I never ceased loving, admiring and nourishing the biggest of estimates for this particular person. So when this double cd found its way into my hands, and though most of those songs have gotten under my skin for some years now, I must say that my joy was something a little bit more than just simply big.