Electro-Industrial/EBM project Ice Ages released their fourth album entitled Nullify via Temple of Darkness Records in September 2019. Although originally only available electronically, the release was unleashed in compact disc format by Temple of Darkness, a label specializing in death and black metal.
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Avast young heshling! It is time to rise up, rise again! Take hold of the flame, the crown and the ring!
To guide the way and aid thee in thy quest, a powerful playlist of true heavy metal has been curated for thine journey.
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About a week before the writing of this present review, Richard Lederer (a.k.a. Protector of Summoning) released Nullify, the newest album from his Electro-Industrial/EBM project Ice Ages after 11 years of inactivity, on Bandcamp as somewhat of a minor surprise with this resuscitation only announced a few days before release.
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The task before a reviewer varies widely. If you want to be a big shot, you need to write about what the labels want, since they are the only source of top-down money coming into the genre. They will then reward your publication with advertising, it will then reward you with a promotion, and eighteen months later, you can ditch it and move up to the big leagues.
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I’m not liking this opening track. It’s like I’m listening to Summoning but it’s not Summoning. Holy shit! What the hell? “My day will come!” and a boring interlude again.
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Summoning premiered a new track off their upcoming 2018 album With Doom We Come
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