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2/10 I hate that album and song. Paschendale is the only song I half like from that record.    

Really enjoyed that, not listened to much of Krisuin, yet! 7/10  

10/10  I love Batushka - one of the most consistently enjoyable albums that I own.  The guitar tone and riffs, when matched with their vocals produces some of the most unique and fascinating dichotomi

7/10 I like the vocalist a lot.  It sounds like there are some effects placed on his voice (I think?).  I do not care for the guitar tone.  It sounds too dissonant and monotonous.  I would prefer it with some more treble.  I do not find the riffs particularly interesting.  Nothing much seems to happen, but they fail to achieve any great atmosphere.  The last minute of the song has a really nice atmosphere and solo.

 

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On 6/3/2018 at 10:49 AM, MattCantina said:

That's unfair. I give a strong 8/10 even though I like the "Sanie Des Siecles" version more. Peste Noire is amazing.

 

 

And posting Baise Ma Hache isn't?  I just picked that song because I had not heard the alternate version before, and thought that others might find it interesting.  I must say that I prefer the above version to the album one, however.  I like the longer acoustic opening.

10/10 Awesome riffs and vocals.  Nice high guitar tone, and the vocalist's voice matched the music perfectly.

 

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7/10

I'm not a big fan of M8L8TH. Normally, I'd be down with a traditional Heavy Metal vibe in a BM aesthetic, but they just don't do it for me. I have to respect them as musicians though, hence the 7. It's easy to tell that they put a lot of thought in their art. Maybe it's just that I prefer my NS stuff to be more raw, fast, and violent as all hell. 

 

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On 6/4/2018 at 7:19 PM, salmonellapancake said:

7/10

I'm not a big fan of M8L8TH. Normally, I'd be down with a traditional Heavy Metal vibe in a BM aesthetic, but they just don't do it for me. I have to respect them as musicians though, hence the 7. It's easy to tell that they put a lot of thought in their art. Maybe it's just that I prefer my NS stuff to be more raw, fast, and violent as all hell. 

 

Have you listened to Kristallnacht?

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On 6/5/2018 at 12:35 PM, TheAdversary said:

This is awesome really, Thanks for sharing! 8/10

 

10/10  I love Batushka - one of the most consistently enjoyable albums that I own.  The guitar tone and riffs, when matched with their vocals produces some of the most unique and fascinating dichotomies in black metal.

 

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On 6/11/2018 at 10:59 AM, Ecthelion said:

8/10 That was pretty cool. Never heard of this band before. 

 

I'm glad u liked. This is a local band and I know them, told em that they are very talented guess I was right about that 

 

About the thread: Solid 8/10 for that Coffin Dust song, really cool stuff happenin there.

 

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That band -- Shadows Fall -- may be a little inspired by Sepultura. Which is far from the worst thing that you can be inspired by, but it's also not what I personally find interesting ... so I'll give it a 5/10 for being able to rock and roll, above the minimum standard.

Here's what I bring to the slaughter:

 

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