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  • I have this CD for sale. Cheap!

    3. Feb. 2010, 16:27

    Every CD is in perfect condition, unless stated otherwise.

    Prices are excluding shipping.
    International shipping is not an issue; I ship from Belgium.

    I accept bankwire transfers or Paypal.


    €5 - 2 Ton Predator - In the Shallow Waters
    (Promo in Jewel Case with full artwork, CD label says 'Promo'.
    €2.50 - Behind the Sun - Targeting My Greatest Weakness EP
    €5 - Crawlspace - Enter The Realm Of Chaos
    €5 - Satyricon - Intermezzo II (EP)
    €7 - Satyricon - Ten Horns - Ten Diadems
    (Limited edition compilation. Digipack sits in deluxe cardboard box)
    €5 - Sintury - Disgorging the Dead
    €7 - Therapy? - Nurse
    €7 - Zyklon - Aeon
  • Recommended albums of 2008.

    15. Jun. 2009, 13:14


    Aborted - Strychnine.213
    I'm not into death metal anymore; at least not like I used be about ten years ago. Most extreme death metal bores me these days. Not Aborted. Why? Well, they manage to write great songs. It's not all about speed, brutality or complexity but about good songwriting and memorable riffs & hooks. I like it. Is it original? Most of it, yet I hear a lot of Carcass influences, although that's not a bad thing. Excellent album.




    Amenra - Mass IIII
    These belgians write Neurosis-influenced material with a different twist. Simple and repeated riffs bring a very threatening atmosphere. The singer has a very limited (screaming) range and the drumming isn't very groovy, yet it works just fine. Darkest & coldest post-metal release I've heard in a long time (that's a good thing).




    Battle Of Mice - Split with Jesu
    Two new songs from Battle of Mice. Another band that takes the Neurosis path to new futures. Julie Christmas' crazy vocals make these two songs incredible! I want another full-length release, dammit!
    Jesu's songs are rather boring; as are most of the records that Justin Broadrick releases under this moniker.




    Beehoover - Heavy Zooo
    German stoner rock two-piece that sounds like a five-headed-dragon. The extremely thick sounding bass guitar — how do they make it sound like this? — paired with good songmanship make this record worth more than a couple of listens. The singer has a strange timbre and a german accent but I like it nevertheless.




    Brant Bjork - Punk Rock Guilt
    Brother Bjork keeps on shitting out record after record. This one's another masterpiece; PERFECT songs and incredible grooves. It's the simplicity of it all what makes it that stunning.




    Capricons - River, Bears Your Bones
    Instrumental stoner metal of a very high level. Amazing collection of unique riffs molten into towering songs.




    Cryptopsy - The Unspoken King
    This canadian band has always been about crazy death metal. I found their old records okay but nothing special, too over the top for me. What I like about 'The Unspoken King' is that they still write extremely brutal and technical death metal but they now combine it with some clean pop singing and very catchy parts. In my opinion you need to be a excellent musician to pull this off. Many people hate this but I think it worked out very good. Great album!




    Dozer - Beyond Collosal
    Sweden's stoner rock gods return with another masterpiece. This is stoner metal with a very unique face. Very melodic songs with chilling vocals. Epic!




    Dub Trio - Another Sound is Dying
    Most incredible collection of riffs of the year! They do it all: combine metal, rock, reggea & dub grooves into something new and tasty. I cannot get enough of this. Very mind-blowing if you like adventurous music.




    Genghis Tron - Board up the House
    Cybergrind as they call it. This is a new take on extreme music: combining death metal riffs with a drumcomputer and pop synths, topped with grind screams and you've got this weird winner.




    Gojira - The Way of all Flesh
    France's best metal band. Meshuggah combined with Morbid Angel into something new and great. Perfect album.




    Made Out Of Babies - The Ruiner
    The other band of Julie Christmas of Battle of Mice. Post-metal with twisted female vocals. Massive collection of thick riffs on this record. Incredible songs brought with such a hateful and disturbing voice that it brings shivers down my spine.




    Meshuggah - Obzen
    Progressive metal at its best! Time-shifts, weird drumming and excellent songs combined like it's easy. Very impressive record!




    Portishead - Third
    Amazing album. Just listen to it. Beautiful and haunting at the same time.




    Sardonis - Promo
    Excellent sludge-doom-metal instrumental promo thingie from these belgians. Perfect riffs. Highly recommended if you like High on Fire among others.




    The Sword - Gods of the Earth
    Newest record of these gods combines classic Black Sabbath riffery with Iron Maidenesque anthem songs. Excellent adrenaline fueled songs!




    Textures - Silhouettes
    Excellent progressive death metal from this dutchmen.




    Triggerfinger - What Grabs Ya?
    Amazing songs from these belgians! Old school rock à la Led Zeppelin with some Queens of the Stone Age twists. Perfect sounding (read: very filthy) production!




    Vaka - Kappa Delta Phi
    Dozer's ex drummer Danial Liden's new project. Post-metal with atmospheric synths. Well done and fresh. I love it. Excellent power-house drumming as always from Liden.







    Otrher notable mentions:

    Colour Haze - All
    More of the same. Great psychedelic stoner from Germany's top act of the genre. Yey nothing that I haven't heard before from them.

    Cult of Luna - Eternal Kingdom
    Again. More of the same. Neurosis-inspired post metal. I loved their previous efforts but this one is boring. Needs A LOT of spins in my opinion.

    Cradle of Filth - Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder
    Another Cradle album. What's new? Nothing, I think. More of the same but executed very professional. It's good but I prefer other other (read: more adventurous) things these days.

    Danko Jones - Never too Loud
    Okay rock album. I loved the previous album 'Sleep is the Enemy' which had perfect rock-anthems but this one sounds like it was written too fast; the songs are boring and rather obsolete.

    Intronaut - Prehistoricisms
    Another post-metal juggernaut, you say? Yes! This time it's the fresh ideas and the fretless (sounding) jazz bass underneath that make it special!

    Jarboe - Mahakali
    Haunting! Very haunting!

    Kings of Leon - Only by the Night
    What can I say. Beautiful pop-rock songs worked out perfectly.

    Metallica - Death Magnetic
    Good album. I like it but the're better metal albums release in 2008. Good songs but way too long. If Metallica would have cut all songs in half, this album would've been way better. I always ask myself, 'If another band would've released this album, would it still be this good?'

    Mogwai - The Hawk is Howling
    Somewhat of a dissappointment. I thought that the previous album 'Mr.Beast' was their best effort. This new one has some good riffs but they all fade into a gigantic blur without any heights. Bummer.

    N.E.R.D. - Seeing Sounds
    Pop with a good twist. I barely ever listen to rap music so I know nothing about this kinda music but this album I really like because of the very good grooves. I hear a lot of influences from The Police.

    Opeth - Watershed
    Another good album from Swedish prog-metal lords Opeth. Better than previous albums? I don't know. For me it's good. Just good. Although I cannot say what's bad... (???) :-)

    Satyricon - The Age of Nero
    Same style of black-n-roll as on the previous two records. Very good!

    Slipknot - All Hope is Gone
    Good songs. I like it!

    Zozobra - Bird of Prey
    Another post-metal troll. Very thick sounding songs. Good songs!

    5ive - Hesperus
    Instrumental stoner-metal. Recommended!
  • Personal note: Albums to check out

    12. Jun. 2009, 10:56

    Todd - Comes to your House
    Chickenhawk - Chickenhawk
    Desalvo - Mood Poisoner
    Deadwood - Ramblack
    Girth - Sleeper, Awaken!
    Hush Arbors - Hush Arbors
    Impure Wilhelmina - Prayers and Arsons
    Kiss the Anus of Black Cat - The Nebulous Dreams
    Jesu - Why Are We not Perfect
    Peter Rehrberg - Work for GV 2004-2008
    P.H.O.B.O.S. - Anœdipal
    Pyha - The Haunted House
    Tobacco - Fucked Up Friends
    These Arms Are Snakes - Tail Swallower and Dove
    Zach Hill - Astrological Straits
    Wilderness - (K)now(w)here
    Moha! - One-way Ticket to Candyland
    Chrome Hoof - Pre-Emptive False
    Necrophobic - Death to All
    Brids of Prey - The Hellpreacher
    Diablo Blvd - The Greater God (with Alex Agnew)
    Geist - Galeere
    Claro Intellecto - Matenarrative (via Jense)
  • Personal note: Bands to check out

    12. Jun. 2009, 10:52

    Ten East ok stoner
    Black Math Horseman vrij goed. atmosferisch. goeie drums.
    Trigger The Bloodshed
    Viatrophy
    The eyes of a traitor
    Red Fang
    Ruins
    AIDS Wolf
    NoMeansNo
    The Flying Luttenbachers
    Cutting Pink With Knives
    Blut aus Nord
    Watain
    Riverside (Polen) vrij goed. dream theater-like prog metal
    Poison the Well
    Turbonegro
    Behemoth
    Saviours (horrible singer)
    Despised Icon
    Sick Puppies (rock)
    Bring me the Horizon good deathcore
    Dial
    Xerath !
    Susperia (recent materiaal)
    Tyr
    Infernal Poetry
    The Boy Will Drown
    Disfiguring the Goddess
    Born of Osiris
    Horricane !
    Gnidrolog (via Jense - 70ies Prog)
  • Personal note: Albums to check out [Terrorizer May 2009]

    12. Jun. 2009, 10:45

    Brutal Truth - Evolution Through Revolution
    Emperor - Live Inferno
    Beherit - Engram
    The Boy Will Drown - Fetish
    Blood Tsunami - Grand Feast for Vultures
    The Bakerton Group - El Rojo
    Firebird - Grand Union
    Gnaw - This Face vermoeiend. herbeluisteren
    Church of Misery - Houses of the Unholy redelijk goed
    Pestilence - Resurrection Macabre matig
    Oceano - Depths
    Hirax - Not Dead Yet