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Nine Covens are a band from England.

Coming from a strong background in & , Nine Covens take influence from such greats a Darkthrone, Emperor, Discharge and many others.

They will be releasing their debut album in 2011 on CD through Candlelight Records and on LP through Mordgrimm Records.


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  • Lost_Souls_UK

    Hmmm.. sounds good. Dissection is an improvement over murky for murk's sake. I wonder how many times I have heard 'more melodic' and 'more extreme' though.. It's a metal thing!

    30 May 2013 Reply
  • Jureiko

    New album is a huge improvement, I second that. I haven't listened to the whole of it yet, but the first impressions are very very much positive. It reminded me of Dissection, I think. Melodic yet extreme and powerful.

    28 May 2013 Reply
  • Lost_Souls_UK

    Heard the terrible Batlord cover, this band are starting to lose their lustre. Hope the second is good, otherwise the UK will be start to be known exclusively for folksy woodland Green Metal

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • steal_briefcase

    New one is definitely an improvement. And it definitely sounds like a Winterfylleth side project in many places.

    14 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Jureiko

    A lot of potential but very sloppy and inconsistent songwriting ruins the debut record. Also ain't much metal there, these guys definitely will appeal more to the hardcore/sludge/crust loving crowd. I hope they have improved on the sophomore, I'm sure gonna give it a try.

    12 Dec 2012 Reply
  • heathen_girl

    Review of the new album "…On The Dawning Of Light"

    4 Nov 2012 Reply
  • mr_lazarus

    Good shit.

    30 Jun 2012 Reply
  • give-blood

    12 Apr 2012 Reply
  • Gompo

    During my first listen I wasn't sure about the album (while I dont mind the vocals, there was too many of them which left to music in the background), but from track 5 onwards I enjoyed it. Not sure how further listens will go though.

    7 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Lost_Souls_UK

    About to say, not a massive fan of the vocals, sounds very like Winterfylleth. Could be the same guy for all I know. A problem with alot of UKBM singers is that they need more malevolence, they worry about enunciation and end up sounding like a dried out thrash-shout.

    2 Dec 2011 Reply
  • unkldrtnp reviewed "on the coming of darkness"

    22 Nov 2011 Reply
  • DanNumber6

    Decent album, it sounds like a rougher version of Winterfylleth to me, but that might be because of the vocals...

    22 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Lost_Souls_UK

    Can't work out if they're more like WITTR or more like Celtic Frost/early Darkthrone... which is a weird place to find yourself...

    17 Nov 2011 Reply
  • VilliKettu

    Lacking melodies, in my opinion, but definitely a very promising band.

    11 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Lost_Souls_UK

    Nice. Cannot wait for the release of this album. Elite UKBM strike

    14 Oct 2011 Reply
  • Amixor33

    Great one! =)

    10 Oct 2011 Reply