It has been over a month since we have launched the song contest here at DMU. Our suspicions that very few people would enter the contest due to our reputation for honest yet harsh reviews were confirmed. This was probably why only two contestants presented themselves in any capacity. Consequently, no winner shall be appointed nor will awards be handed out: two entries do not constitute a contest.
Tags: ambient1, deepspace23, irillion, song contest, Tierra Negra
Some releases go neglected upon release as their poor production makes it too hard to discern what is actually being played for those without neutral high-fidelity setups. Upon upgrading my own, I realized that Irillion’s debut Egledhron EP is one of them. The production is so muddy and filthy that even warm “audiophile” style setups have a hard time discerning what the downtuned and distorted electric guitars are playing. While two earlier Sadistic Metal Reviews from our staff noted the recording as a promising but inferior, listening on a more revealing setup reveals Irillion’s self-recorded musical intentions and goals: Irillion wish to play flowing Eastern European black metal like Graveland with a filthy Joined in Darkness era Demoncy style production and atmosphere and an almost Transilvanian Hunger manner of variation.
Tags: 2016, Black Metal, Colombia, egledhron, EP, flowing black metal, irillion, progressive, re-review, review, venezuela
We get this poop in the mail. We don’t trash it unlike our readership, we use it for target practice with our AR-15s!
Tags: arriver, beyond chronicles, claustrofobia, craving, daedaelian complex, echelon, endalok, eyexist, fenris, irillion, krupskaya, mindscar, moanaa, narthraal, papheumet's well, path of sorrow, recitations, sadistic metal reviews, shambles, sound storm, spiritus mortis, stench price, the cavemen, upon shadows, vorvan, wendigoth