9 Jun 2015, 23:01 by Nocturnalpriest
5 Nov 2014, 14:19 by NocturnalpriestMal Etre's third full length is out on bandcamp, you can also listen to it on LastFM.
Bandcamp link: https://maletre.bandcamp.com/album/iii
Expect some depressive rock and also a return to occult black metal on some tracks. Limited digipak will be released in 2015 by the great artist Barry J. Lent with a new artwork. Check out his site, the digi will also be sold there: http://www.barrylentdevilsdesign.com/
black metalatmospheric black metaldark rockpost-punkdepressive rockgothic
29 Jun 2013, 11:40 by NocturnalpriestMal Etre's second full length explores post-punk and dark rock more than before, with the usual hints of black metal in the background and some more extreme songs.
Recommended to open minded metal heads, fans of old school gothic rock, dark rock, people who appreciate bands like Hateful Abandon for example.
Very nice digipak by Kunsthauch prod, handnumbered and limited to 99 copies, available here: http://kunsthauch.bigcartel.com/
6 Aug 2012, 09:04 by NocturnalpriestBaalshamin is my solo black metal project since last year. "Fuck The New Wolrd order" is the first full length, focusing on old school black/thrash with a punky touch. Some songs ("Ancient Battlefield", "Maudites Soient les Lumières") are more in a melodic style and could remember my other project Mal Etre to those who already know it.
The album tape is out now, you can get it at Infernal Kommando: http://infernalkommando.blogspot.ch/
I would describe this one as a quick and hateful fist in the face of our so called "modern" society.
For those who'd like to listen to the album in a good quality and/or buy the digital files, you can check out the bandcamp page here: http://baalshamin.bandcamp.com/
Enjoy - let's fuck the new world order \\m/
25 Jul 2012, 19:59 by vitreusin alphabetical order by album title.
new additions denoted by *.
FUCKING AWESOME, KEEPS GETTING BETTER
Lost in the Trees: A Church That Fits Our Needs
A Forest of Stars: A Shadowplay for Yesterdays
The Great Old Ones: Al Azif
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!*
Addaura: Burning For the Ancients
Periphery: Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
fun.: Some Nights
mewithoutYou: Ten Stories
Woman is the Earth: This Place That Contains My Spirit
Omega Centauri: Universum Infinitum
PRETTY GREAT, MAY GET BETTER WITH TIME
My Dying Bride: A Map of All Our Failures*
Hypno5e: Acid Mist Tomorrow
Ragana: All's Lost
Converge: All We Love We Leave Behind*
Earth: Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light II
Azure Ray: As Above So Below
Deerhoof: The Break-up Song
Galaktik Cancer Squad: Celestia
Necro Deathmort: The Colonial Script
Blut aus Nord: 777 - Cosmosophy*
10 May 2012, 14:30 by NocturnalpriestMal Etre - demo pack:
I've uploaded all demos for free download, but these links will be disabled after some time, so take them now !
- Malaise Dominical: https://rapidshare.com/files/1096563745/Malaise_Dominical.zip
- Culte Morbide: https://rapidshare.com/files/2140835915/Culte_Morbide.zip
- In Girum Imus Nocte Et Consumimur Igni: https://rapidshare.com/files/3519310110/In_girum_imus_nocte_et_consumimur_igni.zip
- Unclean Visions: https://rapidshare.com/files/1581045376/Unclean_Visions.zip
- Rituals: https://rapidshare.com/files/2051011497/Rituals.zip
I've also launched the second full length, "Medication", on the bandcamp page (see the link on my profile, on the right). It's only for promotional listenning purpose as I'm planning to release it on cd. The artwork is not the final artwork. I've been a bit astonished to see that this release is already available on sites like "metalarea.org" and "bunalti. …
6 Oct 2011, 15:55 by vitreusthese bands are worth checking out, and range from good to fucking awesome.
A Forest of Stars*
Altar of Plagues
An Autumn for Crippled Children
Blut aus Nord
Cold Body Radiation
Gnaw Their Tongues
I Shalt Become
The Great Old Ones*
The Sun Came Up Upon The Left
This White Mountain
Wolves in the Throne Room
Woman is the Earth
Woods of Desolation
this list is far from complete.
i don't care if you disagree with a band being on here.
if you think i missed a band, post it and i'll determine it's worthiness.
*denotes new addition to list
21 Apr 2011, 02:34 by Coffinwood_MillAfter much pestering, I've relented. Hope you folks are happy. Here is my Best In Heavy Metal 2010 list.
Those of you who are actually interested, feel free to comment, criticize, and suggest any albums that you may have heard that I might have missed in any of the heavy metal or hard rock genres. Also, feel free to post your Best of 2010 lists. There are so many things out there these days, that I know I missed a great multitude of things.
I'm open to any listening suggestions!
http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d61/Coffinwood_Mill/bullet-black.jpgAlso, if you are interested in other genres of music aside from those covered in this journal, feel free to visit my other journal entries covering the Best of Neofolk / Martial / Neoclassical / Etc.(link) and Indie / Misc. (link) in 2010.
+ Best In Heavy Metal +
11 Sep 2010, 11:22 by NocturnalpriestMal Etre's fourth demo, recorded in 2007-2008.
1. Missa Solemnis
2. Fornicemur Ad Gloria Domine
3. Whispers of Negativity
4. Unleash Pain
5. Lost In Drugs
6. Unclean Visions
9. No Salvation
DL here: http://rapidshare.com/files/418394657/Unclean_Visions.zip.html
See also: http://www.myspace.com/maletre
20 Jul 2010, 14:22 by NocturnalpriestMal Etre - Torment
Pro cd edition made by Kunsthauch, limitation 500: http://kunsthauch.com
Available at Gravity Entertainment's webshop: http://www.gravity-entertainment.ch/onlineshop/catalog/index.php
Logo by Lisa, cover photograph by my priestess Voiledenuit.
Check it out if:
- you're looking for atmospheric black metal with depressive tones, some dark rock, doom and ambient elements.
- you like "emotional" music, not too "professional" sounding, and you don't bother if it's not a "technical" release.
- you're looking for dark music to make things that are not permitted by the laws we all love...
Don't check it out if:
- you listen to dream theater
- you are afraid of tattoos, sodomy and drugs
- you have a band, you play covers and never composed anything in your life
- you are going to make a review after one listen and you download more music than it's possible for your useless brain to assimilate.