Pyriphlegethon ‎– Rivers Of The Infernal Kingdom Fatum Elisum ‎– Fatum Elisum Hey Colossus – Hey Colossus II Seirom – Mesmerized The Temple Of Azoth – Belzebuth, Lord Of The Flies Whelm – A Gaze Blank And Pitiless As The Sun

Reply To: Ieperfest 2012

yeah, the public didn’t have the best attitude on a few matters, like putting their trash (cups, cigarette butts or chewing gum) in bins, the ground was absolutely littered. I was amazed by a guy you just threw his cup on the ground while being 1 meter away from a trashbin…mindblowing The marquee ground was … Continue reading Reply To: Ieperfest 2012

Chapel – Satan’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Nightbringer / Temple Of Not – Rex Ex Ordine Throni Zola Jesus – Taiga

Guapo – Guapo Vs Magma 7″ Quetzal vs. Starfish Pool – Touch / Retouch 7″ Windhand/Salem’s Pot – Split 10″ Cult of Occult – RMXFRMHLL tape Etienne Jaumet – La Visite Mantra Machine – Nitrogen Saturnalia Temple – To the Other Toundra – IV

Clear Stream Temple – XVI

Reply To: EDGE fest '11, 22th of october, Netherlands

Edge band used to cancel ‘back in the days’ because one of their members a. was spending a weekdend in the krishna temple b. was spending a weekend dumpster diving c. was spending a weekend in the gym 😉

Stonehenge 2013: Dying Fetus, D.R.I., Gamma Bomb, Asphyx, Lock-Up, Brutal Truth & more

In 2013 is het alweer tijd voor de 19e editie van het Stonehenge festival! Verwacht ook dit jaar weer een te gekke dag vol brute metal namen. Eerste bevestigde acts: Dying Fetus Asphyx Lock-Up D.R.I. Brutal Truth Enthroned Vicious Rumours Anaal Nathrakh Gama Bomb Gospel of the Horns Obscenity Liquid Graveyard Temple Dissect Funeral Whore … Continue reading Stonehenge 2013: Dying Fetus, D.R.I., Gamma Bomb, Asphyx, Lock-Up, Brutal Truth & more

Reply To: Yearlists anyone?

I heard to many good albums this year. But I have been listening a lot to these releases: Light bearer: lapsus chest pain: chest pain sacred love: dividing lines fen: epoch twitching tongues: sleep therapy altar of plagues: mammal ageless oblivion: temple of transcendent evolution dawes: nothing is wrong exhumed: all guts, no glory turnstile: … Continue reading Reply To: Yearlists anyone?

Back from an exiting trip to find a full inbox. After filtering the worst bullshit out, this is what’s left. Take your pick! El Mirage – Catalyst – post hardcore – http://elmirage.bandcamp.com/ – digital Oblivious – Out of wilderness – heavy rock – http://gaphals.bandcamp.com/album/oblivious-out-of-wilderness – digital Employed to serve – Greyer than you remember – … Continue reading

Reply To: playlist

As for Make Do And Mend, it’s not a bad record at all. But for people who have played End Measured Mile to death… It didn’t completely live up to my expectations. And no problem about Nirvana. Nobody’s perfect. I never listen to Pearl Jam, Soundgarden or Stone Temple Pilots. How about Alice In Chains? … Continue reading Reply To: playlist

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bleached – ride your heart clutch – earth rocker make do and mend – everything you ever loved (which is way better than I expected based on the not to positive reactions I’ve read almost everywhere) daylight – jar (on repeat now, as this is a reallly, really addictive album. That coming from someone who … Continue reading Reply To: playlist

A short update this time. There’s still plenty of mail to go through, but I’ve got other things that need to be done as well… So, here you go! Guilty by association – Coming home – punk – http://www.guiltysincity.com/ – digital Tear them down – Ett liv i härlighet – punk – https://soundcloud.com/tearthemdown/sets/ep-ett-liv-i-h-rlighet-private/s-8KhdY – digital/physical … Continue reading

Expire touring North America

Bridge Nine’s latest addition, EXPIRE, are excited to hit the road in North America next week in support of their forthcoming album, Pendulum Swings.