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18. Aug. 2013, 14:42 von NecroZedThis doesn't include the classical and jazz concerts, for no reason other than that I forgot and can't be bothered to renumber everything. A * denotes a band I played in.
1 16/09/96 Jethro Tull -Sands Centre, Carlisle
2 14/02/97 Suede + Mansun + Raissa -Sands Centre, Carlisle
3 31/10/99 The Stranglers + Schindler - Sands Centre, Carlisle
4 28/05/00 The Australian Pink Floyd - Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
5 15/07/00 Alice Cooper + 1 -City Hall, Newcastle
6 19/07/00 Unknown Canadian bands -A field, Port Colborne
7 08/09/00 Mel C + Tom Cat- Sands Centre, Carlisle
8 27/09/00 Space + Shed 7 + The Bluetones + Animalhouse - Millennium Dome,London
9 28/09/00 Bucks Fizz - The Venue, Canterbury
10 28/10/00 Some industrial band - Slimelight, London
11 09/01/01 Nearvana - The Venue, Canterbury
12 ??/01/01 Some UKC bands - Keynes JCR, Canterbury
13 18/01/01 The Eighties Experience - The Venue, Canterbury
14 20/02/01 Some death metal bands - Studio 41, Canterbury
14. Mär. 2010, 1:43 von DeviantDCLXVII had not heard the name of Mefitic until recently, when I was trying to find something new to aurally absorb in an attempt to alleviate my oh-so-fascinating existence. I will admit that at first, I was tempted to relegate the band to the "do not care" filing cabinet inside my head; It has been long since the time I used to check out every band shoved under my nose. My attitude completely changed upon hearing samples of this demo.
This is Mefitic's second demo that was made available to the public, consisting of six tracks and clocking in at twenty seven minutes. The first track starts off with some dark ambience while the guitars fade in; the atmosphere created literally ooze with evil atmosphere. A minute into the track, all the other instruments join in and the aforementioned atmosphere is magnified tenfold. The band has strong Archgoat influences mixed in with a dash of Teitanblood and a heavy dose of evil death metal akin to Dead Congregation; however, their darkness is their own. …
22. Jun. 2009, 4:28 von orphyI periodically update this post (last updated Nov 29/09). I generally check out releases I know I'm going to like, which is why I usually give out positive reviews. Comments, discussions, and recommendations of other 2009 releases are welcome.
Absu - Absu (7/10)
A relatively decent comeback album. Drum prodigy Proscriptor has gathered some new musicians for Absu's fifth full length of thrashy black metal. Due to having a handful of different musicians involved in the songwriting process over the years, Absu's self titled has a variety of tones and moods to offer. This is good, but doesn't really cover any new ground that wasn't done in Tara. The drum sound is slightly annoying as well but such is life.
Altar of Oblivion - Sinews Of Anguish (5/10)
Am I missing something here? Some people really hyped up this band's debut, but after a few listens, nothing is really sticking. There are far much more interesting doom releases this year. …