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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2018



01. Aeon Sable
- Aether
02. Amorphis
- Queen Of Time
03. Atrium Carceri
- Codex
04. Dimmu Borgir
- Eonian
05. Behemoth
- I Loved You At Your Darkest
06. The Eternal
- Waiting For The Endless Dawn
07. MGT
- Gemini Nyte
08. Primordial
- Exile Amongst The Ruins
09. Khôrada
- Salt
10. Immortal
- Northern Chaos Gods

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Swedish symphonic blackened death metallers Meadows End have released a second teaser for their upcoming album, The Grand Antiquation.

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MYRKUR - Unveils New Song And Video

Today, Danish composer, vocalist and classically trained multi-instrumentalist, Myrkur, unveils her powerful new ballad and video, "Juniper".

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BARSHASKETH - Announces Release Date Of New Album, Details Revealed

UK black metallers Barshasketh's highly anticipated fourth album, simply self-titled Barshasketh, will be released on 15th January 2019 via W.T.C. Productions. By now pillars of the UK black metal scene...

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SORROWS PATH - Presents New Lyric Video

Greek doom metallers Sorrows Path have released a new lyric video for the track "Revival Of Feminine Grandeur", out from their latest album, Touching Infinity, that was out late 2017...

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MELT - Debut Self-Titled Album Re-Released And Available For Streaming In Full

French dark rock/post-punk/avantgarde metal quartet Melt have now re-released their debut self-titled album on CD and digital worldwide through Bandcamp and the main digital platforms.

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TO END IT ALL - New Video Released

USA based avant-garde/death/industrial duo To End It All has released a video accompaniment to "Beast Filth", the track from their recently released via Scry Recordings album Scourge Of Woman.

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AETHYRICK - Debut Full-Length Out In December, First Track Available For Streaming

Finnish atmospheric black metallers Aethyrick will release their debut full-length entitled Praxis on 15th December on CD and digital, the vinyl will follow in early 2019, everything via The Sinister Flame Records.

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SIXES - Working On A New Album, Announces New Drummer

California (USA) based occult sludge/doom metallers Sixes are pleased to announce that they are now in the studio tracking their new record, Cokesucker, which is the follow up to their recently released album Methistopheles.

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MERCIFUL NUNS

The word of goth music and dark rock in general wouldn't be what it's without the legendary German band Garden Of Delight, a band which is one of the main acts for the development of second wave of gothic rock in the early 90s. Who on this planet that is into goth doesn't know the cult albums like Enki’s Temple, Sargonid Seal or Necromanteion IV, just to name a few? Then, the band which started its path in 1990 called it quits in 2008 and then another gem of dark music emerged in 2010, Merciful Nuns, the only real successor to Garden Of Delight. Even though that Merciful Nuns emerged from the ashes of the legendary Garden Of Delight - most of the similarity ends here. Artaud said: "The intension to split up Garden Of Delight and go on with the Merciful Nuns was to create something darker and deeper as Garden Of Delight ever could do." Merciful Nuns has evolved from leading the resurgence of goth to becoming a unique genre in itself, into something that got a label occult post goth. The three Germans, masterminded by the iconic Artaud Seth, has now just released through Solar Lodge their album number ten, titled Anomaly X, which is also the final album for this exceptional band.

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Album of the month - September 2018


Band: Atrium Carceri
Album title: Codex
Release date: 11 September 2018
Label: Cryo Chamber

Atrium Carceri is one of those acts that doesn't follow the trends of the genre, but rather than that is making new trajectories and exploring new grounds, and Codex is simply another proof of that. Even if the album is quite "short" for a dark ambient release (45 minutes), it offers a lot, more than you might have expected and is maybe the most adventurous, the most musical, the most enigmatic, going deeply into the fields of industrial music, and as well is the most dynamic album that Atrium Carceri ever made. The album perfectly builds up in tension, it's highly suspenseful and sound seems to become from track to track more alive and somehow breathing. Codex is meant to become without any doubt a cult album, from every single point of view, performance, composition and production are just top notch. Even if each track offers something different, everything seems to be in perfect harmony and still well connected to render an outstanding sonic adventure. Codex might not be that kind of album for dark ambient "elitists" if they exists, but it's certainly a work of art that explores and sets new borders.

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