Somewhere between here and utter madness…

We have a short one for you this week dear readers, but no less potent. 5 reviews and a promise for more to come as interviews get hashed out and finalized along with the long promised Sacred Reich essay. Time just seems to always be a fight, but we continue to strike with the weekly updates. As always, your feedback is appreciated and your playlists desired. Until next week, here’s a glimpse into our listening habits…

Marty Rytkonen Playlist
Infinity – Non De Hac Terra
Vex – Thanatopsis
Haiduk – Spellbook
Pentacle – The Fifth Moon
Seidr – Ginnungagap (master)
Aosoth – Arrow in Heart
Sig:Ar:Tyr – Beyond the North Winds
Celestiial – Where Life Springs Eternal
Allegiance – Hymn Till Hangagud
Chthe’ilist – Amechth’ntaas’m’rriachth Demo

Jim Clifton Playlist
Summoning – Dol Guldur
Summoning – Stronghold
Sacramentum – Far Away From the Sun
Rigor Mortis – s/t
Cultes Des Ghoules – Henbane
Necrocurse – Grip of the Dead (can’t seem to get enough of this one)
Victor Griffin’s In-Graved – s/t
Bolt Thrower – Realm of Chaos
Forlorn Chambers – Unborn and Hollow (demo)
Wolves In The Throne Room – Two Hunters
Darkthrone  – Hate Them

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~ by martyworm on March 13, 2013.

9 Responses to “Somewhere between here and utter madness…”

  1. Now playing: Iron Maiden – Number of the Beast, RIP Clive Burr
    Also:
    Skyclad – The Wayward Sons of Mother Earth
    Sabbat – History of a Time to Come
    Rattenfänger – Epistolae Obscurorum Virorum
    Ascend – Ample Fire Within
    Altar of Plagues – White Tomb
    Agalloch – Ashes Against the Grain
    Absu – Absu
    Abominant – The Way After
    Abominant – Battlescarred
    Abigail – The Lord of Satan
    Boris – Absolutego
    Regis – 1994-1996
    Bill Dixon – Son of Sisyphus
    Bill Dixon – Vade Mecum II
    Roxy Music – S/T
    Sonic Youth – all their stuff, on shuffle

    Excellent choice on the Sig:Ar:Tyr and Pentacle!

  2. Verily, the last few days have vanished in no time! Then again, I suppose a lot of my minutes were swallowed by reading “No Sleep Till Saltburn”, a pretty darn entertaining book about the metal scene in north east England (50-100 miles from where I live) in early 80s.

    Thanks for the playlists though. For some reason these interest me for reasons of pure nosiness, but there are a couple of unfamiliar names here I need to investigate too.

    Me:

    Hädanfärd – Vederstyggelsens Uppväckelse
    Vassafor – Obsidian Codex
    Abigail – Intercourse And Lust
    Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult – Necrovision
    Enslaved – Yggdrasil (seeing them tonight; not expecting much from this release, mind!)
    Inquisition – Magnificent Glorification of Lucifer
    Lvxcaelis – Mysteria Mystica Maxima XXIII
    Repugnant – Epitome Of Darkness
    Vomitor – Bleeding The Priest
    Zwartplaag / Faagrim – United Wolfish Hordes

  3. Let’s see…lately:

    Wormed – Exodromos (still, of course)
    new Devourment
    new Aosoth
    Urfaust – Geist ist Teufel
    Mare – Throne Of The Thirteenth Witch
    Mare – Spheres Like Death
    Kaosritual – Svøpt Morgenrød
    Unbeing – The Exhalation
    Celestial Bloodshed – Omega
    Castrum Doloris – I Shall Become EP
    Black Majesty – Baphe Metis demo
    Black Majesty – Seventh King of Edom EP
    Chao – Spiritus Sankti
    Vemod – Venter Pa Stormene
    new Horna
    Horna – Kohti Yhdeksän Nousua
    Mysticum – In the Streams of Inferno reissue

  4. Oooo Summoning; been trying to get them back in play list rotation for awhile. always liked their unique style…. and who doesn’t like orcs? 🙂

    Play List:
    Riot- Nightbreaker. One of the best metal bands ever, still sad that Mark Reale is no longer with us 😦 Love this album even though it’s comprised of rough demos introducing DiMeo on vocals.

    Witchcraft- s/t. Hmmm, second-rate ’70s era Pentagram worship. Pass for now, will retry another time.

    Graveyard- Lights Out. Not a bad album, but it needs some more oomph at times;none of the songs rawk quite hard enough, and too many go for a laid-back jazz lounge vibe. May grow on me, but it really needs something to kick my ass a bit.

    Running Wild- Masquerade. Killer album that goes overlooked even by fans of the band. I always thought this band went unrecognized; I mean c;’mon, a pirate-themed metal band is the single best image gimmick since Paul and Ace got into their moms’ makeup kit.

    VNV Nation- Automatic. Holdover form last time.

    Kalisia- Cybion. Excellent proggy death-tech, for fans of Cynic and the like.

    Cynic- Traced in Air. Cool album I keep coming back to.

    On Deck:
    Deathspell Omega- Si Monumensum. Because it didn’t sink in well the first time around but showed promise.

    Wolves in the Throne Room- Black Embrace. I’m getting to it eventually….

    Pilgrim- Misery Wizard. So many things to play, so little time…

  5. Nightsblood> I don’t know a WitTR release called Black Embrace. Do you mean Black Cascade or am I missing something here… (which would be very cool, a WitTR release I’m not familiar with!)

  6. Congrats on the new online store and the new label sirs! \m/

  7. Many thanks! The way the market is, we’re gonna need it!

  8. No hidden release, I just got the title wrong, my bad. ‘Black Cascade’ is still in the on-deck circle. I promise that I’ll learn it’s title once I get around to playing it 😀

    Update Playlist:
    Pilgrim- Misery Wizard. Not bad but rather dull on first impression. Many groups these days forget that doom can’t just be slow.

    Black Crowes- Shake Your Money Maker. High school fave revisited.

    Lynyrd Skynyrd- best of. ‘Cause it’s 78 degrees and beautiful out and I spent 4 hours on the road today driving through the countryside, and ‘Skynyrd is how we roll down south 🙂

  9. Hey nightsblood, I hail from the South myself (though am currently in Northern MI, and do love it here), was curious about your current locale (if you don’t mind my asking)? I have roots in GA and AL, so of course, Skynyrd will always have a place in my collection as well \m/ -Jim

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