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Persefone – Lingua Ignota: Part I – EP Review

Artist: Persefone Album Title: Lingua Ignota: Part I Label: Napalm Records Date of Release: 2 February 2024 Receiving one score in the high 90s could be put down to a bit of luck, the stars aligning to produce a special record. But to achieve two of these scores on the bounce means that there’s something  Continue Reading »

Persefone – Metanoia – Album Review

Artist: Persefone Album Title: Metanoia Label: Napalm Records Date of Release: 4 February 2022 I desperately wanted to bring this review to fruition much earlier than this but the more I listened to ‘Metanoia’, one of the most highly anticipated metal releases of 2022, the more time I felt I needed in order to formulate  Continue Reading »

Album of the Year 2017 – Number 14

Welcome to day 17 of my ‘Album of the Year 2017 top 30 countdown’. I thought that I had got the exact order of my top 30 sorted in my mind a few weeks ago, before I started the venture. However, I have been chopping and changing the order almost on a daily basis since  Continue Reading »

Half-way through 2017 – the best so far – Part 1

The Blog of Much Metal is nothing if not predictable. But, what it lacks in spontaneity, it makes up for with quality writing, brilliant wit, incisive articles and a bucket load of irony and modesty. As a result, I return with my usual mid-year round-up of the best music that has been released between January  Continue Reading »

Persefone – Aathma – Album Review

Artist: Persefone Album Title: Aathma Label: ViciSolum Records Date of Release: 24 February 2017 I will be honest and admit that prior to this record, my opinion of progressive death/extreme metal band Persefone was not that high, despite my general favour towards this particular subgenre of metal. I felt that the music on previous outings  Continue Reading »

My most anticipated releases of 2017 – Part 5

Persefone – Aathma Release date: 24 February 2017 For anyone looking for a quality dose of progressive death metal, then look no further than Persefone. Hailing from the absolute hotbed of metal that is Andorra, Persefone have made more than a few waves in what is an ever more competitive and crowded genre of metal  Continue Reading »

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