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  1. Metallica - AJFA Butthole Surfers - Independent Worm Saloon The Cult - Sonic Temple
    4 points
  2. You're preaching to the choir brother. đŸ€˜
    4 points
  3. Thatguy

    What's on your mind?

    Yep. And yep again. Crack on.
    4 points
  4. navybsn

    What's on your mind?

    Eh, it could be worse. A little feeling is a fair tradeoff for staying alive. 9 years as of Tuesday. Just try to remind myself of how lucky I am to be here and still able to move at all. Couldn't walk or stand when I first got out of the hospital, so being able to do anything past that is fortunate. Nerve damage is just the worst. There really isn't a decent way to treat it or keep it under control. Not to mention that it's impossible to explain to anyone who isn't experiencing it. There's good days and bad days, but like someone said earlier, you just accept it and learn to deal. The brain fog from all of the chemo is probably more frustrating. 28 days out of 30 I feel like I'm working with an out of focus camera lens. Seems to affect my ability to communicate the most. The meds I take to keep the neuropathy tolerable don't help. I'm really not as stupid as I think I come across most days, but being able to put together coherent thoughts is challenging at times. Lately, I think I'm having another lovely sequelae to treatment. Lost 30# (that I can't really afford to lose) in a rather short time unintentionally. Just can't eat much without getting nauseous. Scans were all good except some thickening in the large intestine. Probably some form of irritable bowel. I've no doubt it's related to the chemo. Side effects from that stuff can take years to present. Having a scope in a month or so to investigate. So in short, fuck cancer. Fuck it with a rusty spiked bat.
    4 points
  5. Honestly, the only attention dudes like that deserve is the kind where you laugh at them. I know it's new and seems kind of mysterious, so you're maybe worried about doing it right, but really...it's just music. Guys like that dude you found are making way more out of it then any healthy person should. Yes, there are some bands that get more respect than others, but don't let that kind of shit determine what you like. It's not some kind of club where you're required to listen to certain bands and blow off others...listen to what ever you connect with... ...unless it's Deafheaven...if it's Deafheaven I'm washing my hands of this whole process 😁 Edit #1 - That dude on the blog is weirdly obsessive about Erik Danielsson, like in a "It puts the lotion in the basket" sort of way Edit #2 Dude also slagged on Archgoat...opinion immediately discarded
    4 points
  6. Satyricon - Dark Medieval Times
    4 points
  7. Thistle, oil on canvas, finished today. Cover illustration for a death metal band called Xaoc, for their upcoming album "Proxime Mortis".
    3 points
  8. LARES - Towards Nothingness. I enjoyed this, but unfortunately the best song was the first one. LLNN - Unmaker. I thought to see what all the hype was about. OK background music while I was working in the garden but too screamo and djentish for Thatguy's refined taste. QRIXKUOR - Poison Palinopsia. Yep. This is the real deal. The old Metal-Fi crew know this, but the first gig I ever went to was Black Sabbath supported by AC/DC - at the old Sydney Stadium - 1970 something. Acca Dacca were a bunch of raw kids still playing their first hit - a cover of 'Baby Please don't Go'.
    3 points
  9. Same here. Classic example of a trve cvlt band getting dragged for artistic decisions that moved away from church burning and corpse paint. I also like some of their later stuff. Darkthrone obviously did the same thing but somehow are above scrutiny, even though their recent output is pretty average at best, imo.
    3 points
  10. Nah. That kind of stuff is worth ignoring, the guy obviously has some axe to grind. There's a lot of focus on "authenticity" from people who mostly, in the end, seem worried about how it reflects on them. Don't let that affect what you enjoy.
    3 points
  11. Darkthrone - Panzerfaust
    3 points
  12. Sodom - "M-16" (album)
    3 points
  13. Navy, you mentioned Xasthur. I used to enjoy Subliminal Genocide, Nocturnal Poisoning and The Funeral of Being....well "enjoyed" might not be the right word, but yeah....spend quality depressive time with....
    2 points
  14. Filing this one under "Stop Fucking Around And Buy The Good Stuff While You Have A Chance". Bottled in the happy, carefree laff riot that was 2019. Delicious. Worth the money.
    2 points
  15. Xentrix - The Bitter End
    2 points
  16. MELVINS - Spoonman
    2 points
  17. A few I enjoy from Germany below: Fyrnask - VII - Kenoma (2021) Imperium Dekadenz - DÀmmerung der Szenarien (2007) Nargaroth - Herbstleyd (1998) Shrine of Insanabilis - Disciples of the Void (2013) Sun Worship - Elder Giants (2014) Verheerer - Maltrér (2018)
    2 points
  18. Killing Joke - S/T
    2 points
  19. Owls Woods Graves - Secret Spies of the Horned Patrician Black/Punk from the vocalist of Mgla and a couple of the live band members
    2 points
  20. 2 points
  21. EvilDead - Annihilation Of Civilisation
    2 points
  22. Blut Aus Nord - Memoria Vetusta II: Dialogue With The Stars ...this right here is why I revisit albums I didn't connect with at first. My first BAN album was The Mystical Beast Of Rebellion and I was expecting something much different the first time I tried this one out. The experience turned me off enough to not bother with any of their melodic stuff for years. Eventually I found my way to the third MV album and totally fell in love with it, but even then for some reason this one just didn't make sense... which itself doesn't make sense, they're not dramatically different in style or sound. But whatever. Finally heard it with the right set of eardrums and I can honestly say I have no idea why I didn't get into it before. Life, huh?
    2 points
  23. Arrived home to find my reissued gatefold copy of Dawn - Slaughtersun from Cosmic Key on my doorstep. A good day.
    2 points
  24. This one took the right mindset and a few close listens to really unfold for me. Lots of walks in the woods with headphones, kinda thing. Once I started getting my head around it, I felt that they'd completely outdone themselves and given most of the other bands in that vein some serious homework. Not a casual listen but probably my favorite album of last year overall.
    2 points
  25. Oh, here he is. No sign of him for months and then he comes straight in, drinking alcohol at just gone 4pm on a Tuesday. Classic Dave! Good to see you man!
    2 points
  26. Rotting Christ - Triarchy of the Lost Lovers.
    2 points
  27. Vengeful Spectre - S/t This was a favorite of mine in 2020. Decided to revist it and it's still great. One of those black metal albums that manages to incorporate indigenous (in this case Chinese) instruments really well without breaking the flow of the song. Great drive and fire in the music.
    2 points
  28. It's like, how much less goat anus could this playlist have? And the answer is, none... None less goat anus.
    2 points
  29. Yep, remind us and I'll definitely check your new release!
    2 points
  30. God damnit, hahaha. The bass player you mention is Jason Newstedt and is argubly the coolest member of Metallica. Obviously, he got fired. "Nothing else matters" is really a poor representation of Metallica, though it's one of their most-played songs. But you can never go wrong with 80's Metallica. Metallica - Creeping death Adn yes, it's funny how tastes change. When I first heard My Dying Bride's "Turn loose the Swans" I didn't like it at all except for one song (Sear me MCMXCIII). I though it was slow and boring and weird vocals. Then one night I was feeling quite miserble and was listening while reading the lyrics and really paying attention and suddenly it all clicked. It was an almost overwhelming surge of emotion. Catharsis. I think it was a combination of my emotional state and me growin older and being more patient and receptive to slow music
    2 points
  31. AC/DC - For Those About To Rock
    2 points
  32. Bathory - Hammerheart Bathory - The Return
    2 points
  33. 100%. Your state of mind, and even the gear your using-earbuds, stereo, headphones, in your car/truck all make a difference to me. Some metal is so poorly recorded or compressed and loud, headphones sound better to me while other stuff with a ton of low end benefit from speakers that actually reproduce bass. I find a lot of doom needs speakers to really get the impact. Stuff like that. I often find black metal is a hot mess on my stereo but sounds much better on my headphones.
    2 points
  34. Sodom - Obsessed by Cruelty
    2 points
  35. Good wool socks are a must. I've been buying these overpriced but killer socks made in Vermont called Darn Tough that come with an unconditional lifetime guarantee. I'll look for them if I can get them on sale especially at a LL Bean and R.E.I. stores, which I'm luck enough to have stores close to where I work. Woodford Reserve is one of the best known brands. In metal terms they are a mainstream brand of whisky. They're like the Metallica and Iron Maiden of whisky and they're a fine place to start. I don't love WR but enjoy it as a kind of rail or house brand for making cocktails like an Old Fashioned or mixed with a splash of ginger ale or ginger beer. I've had their higher end Double Oaked in the $60 range, but there are better choices for that much coin. For a good well priced high octane sipping whisky, the go to brand has got to be Knob Creek. If you're new to whisky and want to try something nice without breaking the wallet, give Knob Creek. At a 100 proof a little goes along way \m/
    2 points
  36. Mercyful Fate - In the Shadows
    2 points
  37. Deathspell Omega - Drought Almost bouncy enough to be deathcore
    2 points
  38. Okay...I think I get what you're saying now. Unfortunately, I think a lot of what you're trying to figure out is the kind of thing that really only comes with time and experience with the music, but let me see if I can help a little bit. One of the reasons people usually tell you to start with bands like Mayhem, Darkthrone, and all the others is because they laid down the foundation for how black metal should sound. Now, there is a rule of thought that some black metal fans have that the music shouldn't deviate from this formula too much. The idea is that it's meant to be abrasive and unwelcoming to new listeners, so anything that moves it into a more commercial direction, say adding more melody or improving the production values, is betraying the original intent of black metal...and thus it becomes "not true black metal". The thing is, most of the time, this kind of stuff is really just based on someone's personal interpretation of what black metal is supposed to sound like, so they're pretty meaningless distinctions. That's why I think we're struggling to explain it, because what people like those dudes in the links you posted were saying, aren't really any established rule. It's just stupid bullshit by people who want to keep black metal as exclusive as possible, because they think it makes them special to be into black metal. Now, on the other hand, there are stylistic differences within black metal, and those are things that really only become more apparent to you as you become more familiar with the music. But because of those differences, sometimes you'll see someone argue a certain band, say like Deafheaven, isn't actually black metal. Now that's something people will debate, but there is some actual, legitimate reasoning behind a claim like that. That's because a band like Deafheaven takes some of the same musical elements used in black metal, but they mix in a lot of outside influences from various other music genres. The (debatable) result is that the music they produce has actually become it's own thing, and can no longer rightly be called black metal. So, hopefully that clears up some of what you're probably seeing around the internet
    2 points
  39. I'll add to what some of the others are saying...trying to understand why other people feel the way they do towards certain bands is never going to make sense to you. You just need to accept that everyone brings their own baggage along when they listen to music and no two people are going see things exactly the same way. Even people here on this board who have similar tastes will disagree on certain bands or albums...hell, Navy and I have similar tastes in a lot of ways, but it was only a few posts back where I was saying I didn't care for Dissection's "Reinkaos" album, while Navy said he liked it. That's fine...there's no right way to listen to metal. Like I said before...it's music, don't overthink it. As for the differences between bands...while you can read descriptions about various styles, it probably won't have a lot of meaning to you right now. That's really just something you pick up with time and experience. The more you listen to bands, the more you start to hear the things that set them apart from one another, and eventually you'll understand why one band is "atmospheric black metal" while another is considered "symphonic black metal". ...and for the record, that Metalious site is the same dude from the first link. Don't waste your time on negative shit like that...especially when you're still trying to figure things out.
    2 points
  40. I am bitten by the workout bug again after just two weeks with my weights bench which is a perfect fit alongside my desk in my office at home. Long since abandoned going to the gym despite being a regular for 15 years up until around the age of 30. My mother used to be a gym instructor and I spent most summer holidays at work with her when grandparents couldn't accommodate having me stay over for 6-8 weeks on a daily basis. As such, the importance of exercise got taught to me at an early age. No ambitions to become a hulking type mind. Just three times a week for an hour or so to get the heart going and try and get some walks in on non-training days. Healthy body helps my mood tremendously and I just need to tidy up the diet a bit more (down to just two bottles of beer/glasses of spirit a week) and get some more fruit and veg in there along with more fish. Taking life a bit easier this year so far both in my work and personal life, just kind of going with things as they happen and I feel better armed for the curved balls (which are a weekly if not daily thing at work). Likewise in my listening habits I am less planned in my approach to hearing new stuff. Just seeing where each day takes me and whether it is from 2022 or 1972 it doesn't really fucking matter anymore. Perhaps with he exception of thrash metal where I will need to keep up with new releases for the "radio" / playlist thing I do elsewhere on the web, my metal listening in 2022 won't be consciously structured around new releases.
    2 points
  41. I get that this whole genre is new to you and can be kind of confusing, but really the only thing to remember is that you are free to like whatever you like, no one can tell you otherwise. Black metal is a genre that attracts a lot of passionate people, some who have more than a few grudges towards bands and artists. The guys blog you linked is just one dude, he's just as unreliable as everyone else. And that second blog? That seems like just another weirdo that want to be different and contrary. Thing is, Darkthrone is 100% one of the most influential black metal bands on the planet. They together with Bathory, Mayhem, Burzum and Emperor shaped BM to what it is today. That doesn't mean people have to like them, but like that guy to claim that Darkthrone as absolutely no musical or artistic merit is just wrong. You do you. So from what I've gathered you prefer high-pitched shrieks, and maybe not too melodic, well-produced black metal? Maybe this could be something for you? Lampof Murmuur - Wnadering through nightmares Vargrav - Netherstorm Svartidaudi - Revelations of the Red Sword
    2 points
  42. Hey man, I'm touched by how thoughtful and supportive this is. It helps to hear and I really appreciate it. Thank you.
    2 points
  43. Metal Church - "Damned if You Do" (album)
    2 points
  44. "Me play Nazi music to piss off neighbor". Lol, what a little badass you are.
    2 points
  45. Trust me...especially when it comes to black metal, you don't have to worry about what everyone else likes. Black metal covers a wide variety of music and the fans have a, in some ways, very well deserved reputation for being very elitist in their outlook on things. Put two black metal fans in a room, and they'll probably disagree on about 90% of the bands out there. No ones required to like anything specific...I like Darkthrone and Immortal myself, never really cared too much about Emperor or Mayhem though. I'd say, as long as you're willing to acknowledge those bands place in the history of black metal and what they mean for the genre, no ones going to hold it against you for not liking them on a personal level
    2 points
  46. Black metal has been around for close to 40 years, it would be weirder if you did like everything other people brought up.
    2 points
  47. Taake - Nattestid Ser Porten Vid
    2 points
  48. Fair enough. Not sure why I lumped them in with Dawn as I wouldn't normally consider them in the same "league". Those bands you stated you prefer (with the exception of Burzum) are all Finnish and have a distinct flavor if you will. They also have in common with Burzum a link to NSBM tendencies (although that's a topic hotly debated around the interwebs). Of those, Burzum's discography varies the most sound wise. Thulean Mysteries is completely different from Filosofem or Aske. So you have to examine what it is you like about those bands (lyrics, production, vocals, etc) to guess at what you might also find enjoyable. Based on the choices you listed, I'd say check out those bands @Sheol mentioned, specifically Clandestine Blaze and Goatmoon. @SurgicalBrute's recommendation of Sielunviholinen is also excellent. You might also like Drowning the Light from Australia. A good way to find bands similiar to those you like is to check out their metallum page Satanic Warmaster - Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives (metal-archives.com) and check the similar artists tab. Also recommend the book The Devil's Cradle to learn more about the development of the Finnish scene and the links/interdependencies of many of those bands. In the end, it's just like food. You have to personally try out different things to determine what you like and what you don't. A lot will depend on your background, location in the world, your age and experience, and a myriad of other factors. That however is part of the fun, exploring and trying to find things we enjoy.
    2 points
  49. I remember my friend BAN asking me off the board one time some years back about what my top 100 black metal albums were. And after finding this old thread today, I belive that must have been at the time when he was compiling his top 100 list for this thread. I made him a list at the time and posted it on our old forum. But since that was over eight years ago in 2013 and that forum no longer exists anymore, I think it might be time to make a new list. I'm sure half of this ist will be stuff that's come out since then. Not sure quite how I'm going to approach this, I suppose with 100 slots I could just scroll down my MusicBee library and start listing favorites alphabetically and then see how many that comes out to, but I'm not sure that'll work because I'll probably reach 100 long before I get to the end of the alphabet. But when I think about it, I guess 100 is just an arbitrary round number anyway, I'm really not good sticking to limits. I'll have to give this some thought. I will in no way be attempting to rank these by quality from 1 to whatever, that would be impossible. Maybe I'll put an asterisk next to my top tier albums, like the top 25 or whatever. My list will no doubt have a heavy recency bias, that's just how my brain works, deal with it. It's not supposed to be an all inclusive list of all the 'best' or the most important or groundbreaking albums in the genre, these are just some of my personal favorite black metal albums as per OP BAN's instructions. I'm leaving off black/thrash, black/death and blackened speed & punk for the most part just because even before I've started listing shit I already know that by the time I'm done I'll be way up over 100 anyway. A lot of these bands have other albums that are very good as well, but I didn't want to get up into the 200's. I'm sure I'll forget some shit but I'll do the best I can. Aarkanne - Mysterii, 2021 Chile * Abigail - Forever Street Metal Bitch, 2003 Japan Adversum - In the Sign of Satan, 2016 Germany Aegrus - Devotion for the Devil, 2015 Finland Aeternus - ...And So the Night Became, 1998 Norway * Aeternus - Beyond the Wandering Moon, 1997 Norway Afsky - Ofte Jeg DrĂžmmer Mig DĂžd, 2020 Denmark Akantha - Gnothi Seauton, 2020 Greece Alastor - Alastor - Crushing Christendom, 2000 Portugal * Albionic Hermeticism - Brittonic Ways, 2021 UK Alchemist - Flesh to Be Broken, 2012 Portugal Altar of Rot - Altar of Rot, 2020 USA Ancient - Svartalvheim, 1994 Norway Ancient Rites - Blasfemia Eternal, 1996 Belgium Archgoat - Whore of Bethlehem, 2006 Finland * Archgoat - The Luciferian Crown, 2018 Finland Arckanum - Kostogher, 1997 Sweden Arkona - Lunaris, 2016 Poland Armagedda - Only True Believers, 2003 Sweden Arnaut Pavle - Arnaut Pavle, 2019 Finland Arsonists of Lucifer - Prophecy of Hate, 2020 Sweden Avsky - Scorn, 2010 Sweden Azaghal - Omega, 2008 Finland * Azaghal - Teraphim, 2009 Finland * Azrael Rising - Anti-Gravity, 2014 Finland Baptism - Morbid Wings of Sathanas, 2005 Finland * Baptism - Wisdom & Hate, 2004 Finland Barathrum - Legions of Perkele, 1998 Finland Bathory - First 5 Albums, 1984 - 1990 Sweden Baxaxaxa - The Old Evil, 2019 Germany Behexen - Rituale Satanum, 2000 Finland Besatt - Hail Lucifer, 2000 Poland The Black - The Priest of Satan, 1994 Sweden Black Dawn - Blood For Satan, 2001 Finland Black Mass Pervertor - Phanerosis, 2016 Finland * Black Spirit - El Sueño De La RazĂłn Produce Monstruos, 2021 España Blodsrit - Helveteshymner, 2004 Sweden * Bloodhammer - Abbedissan Saatanalliset Houreet, 2003 Finland Blut Aus Nord - Memoria Vetusta I: Fathers of the Icy Age, 1996 France Blut Aus Nord - Hallucinogen, 2019 France * Blut Aus Nord - The Work Which Transforms God, 2003 France Blutvial - Mysteries of Earth, 2018 UK Burial Hordes - Incendium, 2014 Greece Craft - Terror Propaganda, 2002 Sweden Cultes des Ghoules - Henbane, ...or Sonic Compendium of the Black Arts, 2013 Poland * Darkthrone - A Blaze in the Northern Sky, 1992 Norway * Darkthrone - Panzerfaust, 1995 Norway * Darkthrone - Ravishing Grimness, 1999 Norway Darkthrone - Sardonic Wrath, 2004 Norway Dawn - Slaughtersun Crown of the Triarchy, 1998 Sweden Deathspell Omega - Inquisitors of Satan, 2002 France Decayed - The Black Metal Flame, 2008 Portugal * Decayed - Hexagram, 2007 Portugal Deceiver Legion - Totuuden Polku, 2020 Finland Demoncy - Empire of the Fallen Angel, 2003 USA Diaboli - The Antichrist, 2006 Finland * Diaboli - Wiking Division, 2015 Finland * Drastus - La Croix De Sang, 2019 France Ered - Goatworshipping Metal, 2010 España Eternity - Funeral Mass, 2007 Germany Faidra - Six Voices Inside, 2020 Sweden FanebĂŠrer - Den FĂžrste ild, 2020 Denmark Flame - Into the Age of Fire, 2005 Finland Flukt - Darkness Devour, 2019 Norway Förgjord - Ilmestykset, 2019 Finland Forteresse - ThĂšmes Pour la RĂ©bellion, 2016 Canada * Funeralis - Gateways to Esoteric Light, 2020 Chile Goatkraft - Sulphurous Northern Bestiality, 2019 Norway Gra - Gra, 2011 Sweden GrĂ„inheim - Teufelskunst, 2020 Germany * Graven - Perished and Forgotten,2002 Germany * Hades - The Dawn of the Dying Sun, 1996 Norway * Hate Forest - Purity, 2003 Ukraine Hautakammio - Pimeyden Valtakunta, 2015 Finland Havukruunu - Havulinnaan, 2015 Finland * Hell Spirit/Nocturnal Graves - The Grave Spirit Sessions split, 2010 Finland/Australia * Hexen Blood - Unholy Blessing, 2020 Russia Horna - Sanojesi Ă„Ă€relle, 2008 Finland * Horna - Sotahuuto, 2007 Finland Horna - Askel LĂ€hempĂ€nĂ€ Saatanaa, 2013 Finland Horna - Envaatnags Eflos Solf Esgantaavne, 2005 Finland Hovmod - Doedsformasjon, 2019 Norway * Í Myrkri - Black Fortress of Solitude, 2019 Denmark/USA Ifernach - The Green Enchanted Forest of the Druid Wizard, 2020 Quebec Canadia Imperium Dekadenz - Meadows of Nostalgia, 2013 Germany Inquisition - Nefarious Dismal Orations, 2007 Colombia/USA * Inquisition - all his other albums as well, won't list all the titles separately * Kaevum - Natur, 2012 Norway Kawir - Isotheos, 2012 Greece Kommandant - The Draconian Archetype, 2012 Chicago USA Korgonthurus - Vuohen Siunaus, 2016 Finland Kriegsmaschine - Altered States of Divinity, 2005 Poland Krypt - Preludes to Death, 2008 Norway Logos - Of Darkness and Despair, 2020 Russia Magoth - Anti Terrestrial Black Metal, 2017 Germany Marras - Where Light Comes to Die, 2019 Finland * Martwa Aura - Morbus Animus, 2020 Poland * Megiddo - The Devil and the Whore, 2000 Canadia * Moenen of Xezbeth - Ancient Spells of Darkness, 2018 Belgium Monarque - Ad Nauseam, 2009 Quebec Canadia Mork - Eremittens Dal, 2017 Norway Morrigan - Celts, 2003 Germany * Morrigan - Plague, Waste & Death, 2001 Germany Morrigan - Enter the Sea of Flames, 2002 Germany Mortuary Drape - Secret Sudaria, 1996 Italy Murg - Varg & Björn, 2015 Sweden * Murg - StrĂ€van, 2019 Sweden Mysticum - In the Streams of Inferno, 1996 Norway Mystifier - Goetia, 1996 Brazil Nargaroth - Black Metal Ist Krieg, 2001 Germany Nattefrost - Blood & Vomit, 2004 Norway Necromantia - Scarlet Evil Witching Black, 1995 Greece Nidsang - The Mark of Death, 2007 Sweden Oath - Saatanan Myrsky YllĂ€ PyhĂ€n Maan, 2014 Finland Odious Devotion - S/T, 2018 Finland * OndfĂždt - Dödsrikets Kallelse, 2019 Finland Ondskapt - Dödens Evangelium, 2005 Sweden Ordinance - In Purge There Is No Remission, 2020 Finland * Ossuaire - Derniers Chants, 2019 Quebec Canadia Owl's Blood - Cold Night of Meditation, 2014 España Pakkt - To Brocken Heights Where Witches Dance, 2021 Finland Perdition Winds - Transcendent Emptiness, 2017 Finland Pest - In Total Contempt, 2005 Sweden Phlegein - Devotion, 2018 Finland Profundis Tenebrarum - Disciples of Venomous Death, 2017 España Pure - J'aurais DĂ», 2017 Switzerland Ragnarok - Diabolical Age, 2000 Norway Reign In Blood - Missa Pro Defunctis, 2019 Germany Rienaus - Saatanalle, 2017 Finland * Sammath - Godless Arrogance, 2014 Netherlands Sarastus - Enter the Necropolis, 2019 Finland Sargeist - Let The Devil In, 2010 Finland * Sarkrista - Summoners of the Serpents Wrath, 2017 Germany Schrat - Schattenwahn, 2011 Germany * Schrat - AlptraumgĂ€nger, 2018 Germany * Setherial - Nord, 1996 Sweden Setherial - Hell Eternal, 1999 Sweden Setherial - Setherial - Endtime Divine, 2003 Sweden * Shadow's Mortuary - Tulen Valtakunta, 2018 Finland Sielunvihollinen - Hautaruhtinas, 2015 Finland Skognatt - Ancient Wisdom, 2018 Germany Sorhin - Apokalypsens Ängel, 2000 Sweden Spectral Wound - A Diabolic Thirst, 2021 Montreal, QuĂ©bec * Spectral Wound - Infernal Decadence, 2018 Montreal, QuĂ©bec Svartsyn -Timeless Reign, 2007 Sweden Temple Abattoir - Cacoangelion, 2017 España Temple of Perdition - Tetragrammaton, 2018 USA/Norway Throne of Ahaz - Nifelheim, 1995 Sweden Throne of Katarsis - The Three Transcendental Keys, 2013 Norway Todestriebe - In the Vortex of Destructive Creations, 2020 Russia Totenwache - Der Schwarze Hort, 2019 Germany Tsjuder - Desert Northern Hell, 2004 Norway Ulvdalir - ...Of Death Eternal, 2018 Russia Urgehal - Goatcraft Torment, 2006 Norway * Utzalu - The Grobian Fall, 2020 Portland Oregon * VarulV - Kerker, Todt und Teyfl, 2020 Austria VidargĂ€ngr - A World That Has to be Opposed, 2016 Germany Vinterland - Welcome My Last Chapter, 1996 Sweden Vintersemestre - KirkkokyrpĂ€, 1996 Finland Walknut - Graveforests and Their Shadows, 2007 Russia White Death - White Death, 2017 Finland Wode - Servants of the Countercosmos, 2017 UK
    2 points
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