Black Fucking Cancer s/t

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Artist: Black Fucking Cancer
Album: S/T
Year:2016 June-24
Country of Origin: USA
Record Label: Osmose Productions
Review by: Singleton

The first thing that needs to be declared about the band Black Fucking Cancer’s self-titled album:. this is not a band or album you can listen to quietly. It is simply not possible.

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Eerie – Into Everlasting Death

 

EerieYear: 2014

Country of Origin: Poland

Record Label: Arachnophobia Records

Review by: Singleton

The band Eerie was recommended to me by chance from a friend of mine as I was picking up an order of records. He adamantly said that I needed to check out this album. Given our historical and consistent similarities in music taste creating a trust for recommendation, I added “Into Everlasting Death” into my collection and went on with the listening….

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Harakiri For The Sky – III: Trauma

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9/10 – Review by Sinmara

Label: Art of Propaganda
 
Release: 22 July 2016
 
HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY have been favourites of mine ever since their first (self-titled) Album, released in 2012. 2 years later, in 2014, they released Aokhigahara, which did not quite captivate me as much as as their debut album, but still was exciting as hell and made me very happy. They’ve made themselves a name over the last years with fans of post-black metal, playing tours and gigs throughout Europe – their gig at the Sommersonnwende/Funkenflug 2013 was fantastic.

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Book Reviews – May 2016 roundup

No Way But Gentlenesse: A Memoir of How Kes, My Kestrel, Changed my Life’ by Richard Hines

Published by Bloomsbury

Reviewed by Steve Earles

“Richard communicates his passion for falconry and the landscape of his home town with great warmth. He played a great part in training the three kestrels who played ‘Kes’. Ken Loach

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