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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, obscure movie reference of hedwig and the angry inch and does so well. Type O provides the quality music. 
Here is band and song that has held possession of the soul from me for some time now. Blessings to you comrade.

https://keplerdeath.bandcamp.com/track/a-world-beyond-imagination-the-graveyard-of-stars

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Ulver are somewhat likeable, but i always quit listening to them very quickly. Like the old black albums - i always wnat to listen - and always give up.. Same for the new era.. I lack there something - don't know what exactly.

 

I like the changes of the track. 

 

5/10 

 

 

i would like to let somebody review a Witch House trak, now::

 

 

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56 minutes ago, Eternal_ said:

Ulver are somewhat likeable, but i always quit listening to them very quickly. Like the old black albums - i always wnat to listen - and always give up.. Same for the new era.. I lack there something - don't know what exactly.

 

I like the changes of the track. 

 

5/10 

 

 

i would like to let somebody review a Witch House trak, now::

 

 

We've got a separate thread for non-metal tracks like this, so post it over there:

 

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