I’m looking for album and gig reviewers for Destructive Music – spread the word…. Genres: Mostly Black Metal, occasionally Doom, and a bit of (Neo) Folk/Martial/Industrial. Occasionally some Death Metal, but definitely not bog standard Thrash or anything -core, and definitely no technical Death Metal. Reasonable English is a must, as is reliability.
Email to Sinmara77@yahoo.com if you think you can write a decent review.
May 2015, W.T.C. Productions
10/10 – Susanne Sinmara
I was stupidly excited to hear that there is going to be a new album of AMESTIGON, one of the most underrated Austrian bands out there. They’ve been going since the mid-nineties, having been snapped up by Napalm Records for their split with Angizia in 1996 – back then Napalm Records was a small Austrian label with excellent music taste, nowadays more associated with bands like Alestorm, or Gloryhammer. Back then, when I was a wee mid-teen, any of the on A5 paper copied catalogues by Napalm Records were studied over and over again, and LP’s and CD’s were often bought blindly (pre-internet times…) and I had to rely on tape trading to get to know new music.
Here are Susanne Sinmara’s and Jabbawock’s lists of gigs of the year:
Gigs of the year:
8/10 – Antti Mikonmäki
(Nuclear War Now! Productions, 2014)
South Australian StarGazer have been active for about 20 years, releasing music quite steadily, although there have been a few about four-year-long breaks, which is probably explained by the amount of underground Metal-bands the three members are also active in.