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Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Nymphetamine

I guess, finally, it's time that I reviewed this shart of darkness. Undoubtedly there are many articles out there, all written long before I had even uttered the word cunt, yet here I am. Why? Because this is the album that introduced me to the most important music in my life. I can only vaguely… Continue reading Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Nymphetamine

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Album Review: Candlemass – The Door To Doom

Up until this album, I had only ever heard or seen the name Candlemass in passing. That's not to belittle them, but rather to highlight how much I had overlooked them. I'm not sure how this had happened, but I suspect it comes down to genres. Doom Metal wasn't something that, based on my previous… Continue reading Album Review: Candlemass – The Door To Doom

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Album Review: Agalloch ‎– The White

Beauty is typically considered a visual thing, for it lies in eyes of the beholder. I would, however, dispute this; and I would do it with Agalloch. This is a band that I cannot remember how I discovered their work, yet I know it has been a cornerstone of my audio pleasure for a long… Continue reading Album Review: Agalloch ‎– The White

Cradle Of Filth ‎– Evermore Darkly...
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Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Evermore Darkly…

It's always interesting to see what others thought of something, when it comes to doing a review, and comparing that to your own perspective. For Evermore Darkly, I really had to think hard about it's criticisms and how I myself felt. "Almost a year since Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa, and the filthy Englishmen are back… Continue reading Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Evermore Darkly…

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Album Review: Hammer of the Witches

In a lot of ways, Hammer of the Witches is a special album for me. Not only did it mark the end of a time where I had drifted away from music, Cradle included, but it also made me realise why this was something I'll never do again. Listening to the tracks within was like… Continue reading Album Review: Hammer of the Witches