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Triptykon Eparistera Daimones
Triptykon pick up from where Celtic Frost left off, and with the infusion of new blood, they let the people know how doom/death metal should sound these days. On another note, it's a guilty delight gazing at the H.R. Giger (R.I.P.) art while listening to the album.
Oado Life Era
Oado have made a wonderful folk album, the atmosphere is overwhelming, however it's that very atmosphere rather than the compositions themselves, that truly remains upon the completion of every listening session.
Red Spektor Red Spektor
What's a display here is badass retro hard rock with traces of stoner rock. The wah-wah guitars are all over the place, the sound production is on par with the adopted music style, and the groove is relentless at places.
Vega (USA-WI) Vega
Some really tight (and loose at the same time!) doom/stoner metal at display here, with some great moments like the epic album closer, "Machine", "Highway" and "Behemoth" etc. Vega certainly know how to build tension through short or extended jams.
Sanctuary The Year the Sun Died
Past tense to future tense and a new chapter unfolds for Sanctuary and maybe (?) Seattle metal. Apart from the involved heavy/power metal style, Sanctuary develop a stronger penchant for doom and gloom in several songs, whereas their discrete opening to transcendental heavy rock with The Doors cover "Waiting For The Sun" and their own "The Dying Age" is more than welcome.
HORNSS No Blood, No Sympathy
California's HORNSS throw equal dosages of old fashioned hard rock and stoner rock into their cauldron, and come up with a great album that's beefed up with energy and amplifier feedback. Band could easily go on tour with Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats.
Funereus ......Return Of The Old Goat
On their sophomore album, Mexico's Funereus give out an awesome crossover between the "second wave" and the "Motorhead/thrash" ends of black metal. Excellent sound production and frantic performance make for an album that easily files under black metal's best releases for this year.

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  • rockandmetaljunkie John, des to video ston sundesom http://www.sport-fm.gr/article/o-mprad-pit-ftunei-tin-tsixla-tou-sto-proswpo-tou-galifianaki-video/792925
    October 24 04:42 AM
  • dragoth Hi again, thank's for replying and taking the time to listen to the album again, I know what you mean about the rhythm and the drums the programme I use is appaling for them :P
    October 21 06:28 PM
  • Wizard Hahaha no problem!
    October 21 02:37 PM
  • rockandmetaljunkie Giannh, exeis akousei katholou tous Blues Pills ?
    October 21 08:58 AM
  • bloc FINALLY I beat you to it! Just downloaded this earlier today! Thanks for the thought though :)
    October 20 08:34 PM

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