Interrogation Chair: Tideless No ratings yet.

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Posted by on Sep 14, 2016 in Doom Death, T, The Interrogation Chair: 5 for 5 | 1 comment

I got the chance to get a few questions in with Tideless, here are the results. P.S. You should really check out Tideless’s Sea of Tears! DL_DooM: Hello Tideless, welcome to MetalXtreme’s Interrogation Chair. First and foremost how are you guys doing today and what are your biggest influences behind your unqiue sound? Arturo-Doing great. I would say that the bands that I always come back to are for sure The Chasm, Anathema, Evoken, and a lot of “softer” stuff...

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Tideless – Sea of Tears 5/5 (1)

Tideless – Sea of Tears			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in 2016, Doom Death, New Releases, T, USA |

I feel like a total shit for forgetting to do this sooner, I was in a restless situation for the months I received a message from Tideless with a link to their awesome Sea of Tears. There are very few Doom/Death bands from the U.S.A. and fewer that catch my ear. Tideless has done it correctly, and I must say, precisely. Sea of Tears is a somber, unpredictable travel through the turbulent seas. Think an American version of the early works of Ahab, but with a lot more emotion...

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Third Ion – Biolith 5/5 (1)

Third Ion – Biolith			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in 2016, Canada, Glasstone Records, New Releases, Progressive Metal, T |

Canadian Progressive Metal Outfit Third Ion, featuring former members of The Devin Townsend Band, Into Eternity, and Annihilator, have announced the July 8 release of sophomore album Biolith. The new album will be released on Glasstone Records and is the first to feature ex-Annihilator vocalist Dave Padden. Padden’s years of experience with Annihilator, and the many records on which he has appeared, has already proven to be a major asset, and has brought the band to...

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Tyfon’s Doom – Yeth Hound 4/5 (1)

Tyfon’s Doom – Yeth Hound			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		4/5							(1)

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in 2016, Finland, Gates of Hell, Heavy Metal, New Releases, T |

Gates of Hell (a Cruz Del Sur Music sub-label) will release Yeth Hound, the debut album from Finnish heavy metal entity Tyfon’s Doom on July 8. The album will be released on limited edition CD (500 copies) and vinyl LP (300 copies) formats and includes the band’s 2015 Demo, previously released digitally, as bonus tracks. Stream the new Yeth Hound tracks here  Tyfon’s Doom is a one-man band that brings to the table an obscure and unpolished style of traditional...

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Tombstalker – Black Crusades 5/5 (1)

Tombstalker – Black Crusades			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		5/5							(1)

Posted by on Apr 22, 2016 in 2015, Black Thrash, Shadow Kingdom Records, T, USA |

Berserker Fest III at the Masonic Temple in Detroit Michigan is where I first witnessed the power of Tombstalker. As they played the raw third stage along side the likes of Detroit’s Isenblåst and Perversion, I was left wondering how did this crazy band get billed on this show. I figured with their unique blend of black thrash with tinges of death metal that they had to be from Europe as their sound is a descendant of the bloodline of Swedish and U.K. masters....

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Teloch – Thus Darkness Spake 4/5 (1)

Teloch – Thus Darkness Spake			    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    		4/5							(1)

Posted by on Apr 22, 2016 in 2016, Black Metal, Finland, New Releases, Saturnal Records, T |

666 At Calling Death has an interview with Mika Luttinen of Impaled Nazarene where he clearly states there is animosity between Finnish and Norwegian black metal bands. I am not sure when it happened, but that animosity has apparently faded into obscurity. Since the birth of Satanic Warmaster, the Finnish scene has been drawing more and more influence from the once forbidden Norwegian second wave of black metal. Teloch’s new album, if you know anything about...

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