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Noctambulist (US) with their album title track "Atmospheres of Desolation." Album due out January 21st via Helter Skelter, Blood Harvest (distributed & marketed by Regain Records)
Preorder here: https://bloodharvestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/atmospheres-of-desolation
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LINKS BELOW! FlightOfIcarus interviews Denver, CO technical death metal band Noctambulist regarding their debut album, Atmospheres of Desolation out January 21st via Blood Harvest Records and Helter Skelter Productions. We share clips, talk band influences from Icelandic death metal to New Zealand band Ulcerate, favorite tracks, Ethan McCarthy of Primitive Man and his impact on the Denver scene, keeping metal about metal, and more. Preorder the album and listen to tracks here: https://bloodharvestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/atmospheres-of-desolation. Find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/noctambulist303/

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Review and Full Album Stream:
Coming Soon

Shout Outs:
Euth: https://euthgroup.bandcamp.com/album/euth
Ulcerate: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/yield-to-naught-567
Zhrine: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/no-more-404
Primitive Man: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/caustic-1100
Suffering Hour: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/devouring-shapeless-void-875

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From the album "L’Éternité Par Les Astres. Purchase and listen here: https://howlinginthefogofficial.bandcamp.com/

"Every star, exists an infinite number of times in time and space, not in only one of its forms, but like in each moments of its existence, from birth to death. And all the beings scattered on its surface, large and small, alive or inanimate.
The earth is one of these stars. Every human being is therefore eternal, I personally think Music also is eternal, maybe our body is temporary but not our minds and souls.
All these lands sink, one after one, into the flames that renew them, to be reborn and sink again, this is a monotonous flow of an hourglass that turns and empties eternally alone. "

All Instruments, Vocals, Lyrics by “Der Antikrist Seelen Mord” (Gabriele Paolo Marra).
Idea Concept album inspired to the book "L’Eternité Par Les Astres" (Auguste Blanqui).
Editing Cover Artwork by Alexios Ciancio.
Original photo cover taken in "Val dei Mocheni, Lake Erdèmolo" (Trentino Alto-Adige, Italy)

I do not own the rights to this song. Permission provided by Howling In The Fog.

DUNKELHEIT PRODUKTIONEN is proud to present the highly anticipated fourth album of Colombia's LUCIFERA, La Caceria De Brujas. The CD version is set for international release on February 25th, 2019 while the vinyl LP version is set for March 18th, 2019. A work of blistering, anciently evil might, La Caceria De Brujas is the album which will truly launch LUCIFERA onto the worldwide stage and become a defining monument of Colombian metal. Watch for a review and full stream closer to release via MetalTrenches.com

I do not own the rights for this song. All credit to Dunkelheit Produktionen for allowing me to share this track.

LINKS BELOW! FlightOfIcarus interviews Buffalo, NY band INERTIA and shares clips from their new album Teratoma along the way. We talk about their highly eclectic style, varied list of influences, technical training, and reminisce about discovering new music at record stores. Be sure to pick up their album on Bandcamp at the Price Of Your Choosing: https://inertiametalny.bandcamp.com/album/teratoma
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inertiametalny/

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Review and Full Album Stream:
Inertia: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/teratoma-1749

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Short Attention Span Theater: https://shortattentionspantheatre.bandcamp.com/
Ish Kabbible: https://lowtonesofhome716.bandcamp.com/track/ish-kabbible-s-d-f
Torrential Downpour: https://torrentialdownpour.bandcamp.com/album/truth-knowledge-vision

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Download our latest sampler (and many others) at the price of your choosing or for FREE on our Bandcamp page right now:
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Volume VII features amazing music from:
Estuarine
Giant of the Mountain
Haiduk
Sectorial
Sideshow Cinema
Svartkonst
We Are Among Storms
Euclid C Finder
Potmos Hetoimos
Sudestada
Dread Risks
Sonance
Lucifer's Cold Embrace
Anna Sage
Letters in the Abyss
Inertia

More great music on MetalTrenches.com

Flight raves about the latest Daughters album and how its harrowing atmosphere draws comparisons to the works of Stanley Kubrick. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

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Reviews and Full Album Streams:
Daughters: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/you-wont-get-what-you-want-1690
Noise Trail Immersion: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/symbology-of-shelter-1656
Telos: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/telos-1649
Gorycz: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/piach-1659
A Forest Of Stars: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/grave-mounds-and-grave-mistakes-1578

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The pilot episode! Complete with mediocre audio and an utter lack of editing experience. This week FlightOfIcarus discusses Moss Upon The Skull, waxes poetic about the importance of buying music, and shares some news. Check out more reviews, album streams and more at MetalTrenches.com

Reviews and Streams:
Moss Upon The Skull: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/in-vengeful-reverance-1629
Haiduk: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/exomancer-1680
Gorod: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/aethra-1676
Within Destruction: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/d-e-a-t-h-w-i-s-h-1405
Mycelia: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/apex-1595
Noisays: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/noisays-1650

Intro: "What The Night Brings" - The Hudson Horror

Episode 2! FlightOfIcarus breaks down the latest album from Serocs, giving his thoughts on concept albums, artwork, and lengthy compositions along the way. This time we’ve got some improved audio quality and also clips from the band to give you a genuine taste. Stay until the end for some extra shout-outs. Find more at MetalTrenches.com

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Reviews and Album Streams:
Serocs - https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-phobosdeimos-suite-1646
Euclid C Finder – https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/euclid-c-finder-1686
Rapheumets Well – https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-elders-anthology-1640
Cryptopsy – https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/raffy-reviews-cryptopsy-the-book-of-suffering-tome-1689
Malthusian – https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/across-deaths-1541
Wormed – https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/brutalicious-377

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Flight recaps his favorites so far from the first half of 2018. Watch for the second half in December. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

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Full List of Flight's Picks:
https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/flights-metal-midterms-2018-1531

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Flight breaks down 'Heir To Despair' from Japanese avant-garde, progressive black metal band Sigh, clarifying how a true sense of innovation seperates the men from the boys in terms of metal releases. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

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Reviews and Full Album Streams:
Sigh: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/heir-to-despair-1679
Ulthar: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/cosmovore-1669
Author & Punisher: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/beastland-1651
Iomair: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/iomair-1645

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Flight backtracks to 2017 to cover one of his favorite black metal releases of the last few years: Dodecahedron's 'Kwintessens'. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

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Reviews and Full Album Streams:
Dodecahedron: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/harbinger-864
Jonestown: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/dyatlov-1708
In Twilight's Embrace: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/lawa-1700
Brand Of Sacrifice: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-interstice-1705

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LINKS BELOW! A rundown of the intensely infectious album new album ‘I’ from Dutch, female-fronted melodic death metal band For I Am King via Redfield Records (FFO: Arch Enemy, Darkest Hour, Bloodhunter). FlightOfIcarus waxes poetic about the album, killer riffs, and thoughts on female-fronted metal bands in general. Also discussed: Sectorial, Zapruder, Disciples Of The Void, and frustration over further concert cancellations and censorship in response to misguided activism; Uada as the latest topic. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

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Reviews and Full Album Streams:
For I Am King: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/i-1715
Sectorial: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/vyr-1713
Zapruder: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/zapruder-1667
Disciples Of The Void: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/disciples-of-the-void-1711
Uada: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/cult-of-a-dying-sun-1477

Other killer female-fronted bands here: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-heaviest-female-fronted-bands-right-now-17
And here: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/6-more-heaviest-female-fronted-bands-63

Taake/Censorship Article: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/on-taake-and-antifa-1377

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LINKS BELOW! Flight closes out 2018 with his favorite metal releases from July to December. Be sure to check out the links for further top picks based on all 3 of our rating scales, and listen to Part I here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlKXz7swIj4. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

All of our 2018 Lists https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/list-central-2018-1735
Enjoyability: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/2018-part-deux-enjoyability-79
Musicianship: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/2018-part-deux-musicianship-78
Innovation: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/2018-part-deux-innovation-77

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Inspired by the literal death and burial rituals of cultures around the world, Slovakian black and death metal project Death Karma is back with part II of the aptly named The History Of Death & Burial Rituals. FlightOfIcarus breaks down the stunning new album, discusses some of the rituals in question, and then rants about cultural appropriation pseudo-outrage or something. Also discussed: Dysmorphic, Jesus Piece, and Mantar. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, rate, etc. Find more over at MetalTrenches.com

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Reviews and Full Album Streams:

Death Karma: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-history-of-death-burial-rituals-part-ii-1722

Jesus Piece: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/only-self-1566

Mantar: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/the-modern-art-of-setting-ablaze-1577

Dysmorphic: https://metaltrenches.com/reviews/an-illusive-progress-1710

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FlightOfIcarus of MetalTrenches.com talks about underground metal albums, shares clips, and discusses various metal-related topics.