No Clean Singing

I really have become completely captivated by [“Hunters Moon“] — though the entire album is damned captivating. It’s a powerfully haunting track right from the start, but the spectral emanations in the music are balanced by staggering heaviness.

Islander on II:Vanishing by LonghouseNo Clean Singing

Rhino’s Latitude Ø is atmospheric, and entrancing, but with plenty of weight and the kind of contrast between earth-rumbling physicality and phantasmagoric spookiness that pulls you in, and drags you under. Dismal and despairing music that will get heads moving.

Islander – No Clean Singing

[Talamyus’] Raven’s Call To Annihilation‘s main strength is in the quality of the song-writing, these tracks international in scope and clamouring for the kind of die-hard audiences worldwide that will never leave our cause are the sorts of hymns that belong on tape-traded compilations for the discerning or, at the very least, in the summit segments of metal documentaries.

David Perri – BraveWords 7.5/10

Pressure // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  1. Pressure // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  2. Phénix // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  3. Vanishing // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  4. Lily // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  5. Breathless // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  6. Amok // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  7. New Sun // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  8. L’invasion – III. L’élégie // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  9. Yellow Sign // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  10. Hunter’s Moon // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  11. The Vigil // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  12. We are the Night // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  13. L’invasion – II. La salve // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted