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Cailleach Calling – Dreams Of Fragmentation – Album Review

Artist: Cailleach Calling Album Title: Dreams Of Fragmentation Label: Debemur Morti Productions Date of Release: 11 March 2022 The Cailleach is an entity from Gaelic myth, with a literal translation of ‘old woman, hag’. The Cailleach is associated with the creation of the landscape and weather, particularly the stormy, cold weather of winter. There is,  Continue Reading »

Vorga – Striving Toward Oblivion – Album Review

Artist: Vorga Album Title: Striving Toward Oblivion Label: Transcending Obscurity Records Date of Release:  4 February 2022 What on Earth is going on with Transcending Obscurity Records at the moment? They are fast becoming a firm favourite with me of late thanks to some great releases at the heavier, more extreme end of the music  Continue Reading »

Fen – Winter – Album Review

Artist: Fen Album Title: Winter Label: Code666 Date Of Release: 10 March 2017 If ever there was an album title that fitted the music of the band perfectly, it is this. ‘Winter’ is the name of the latest album from UK progressively-laced black metal band Fen and, as someone very wise pointed out to me  Continue Reading »

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