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close x Least Worst Option is the new and independently operated media review project of long-time Masterful Magazine scribe Wouter Roemers. He will remain with us, while doing his own project. The goal is to cover metal records, both old and new, in greater length and detail on comparison to the more compact reviews people have come to expect here. Least Worst Option will cover mostly metal records, but will occasionally venture into pop territory to keep things interesting, coverage of old and new video games is something to be found there as well. Check out all of this and more at www.leastworstoption.com .

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Acheronte

"Genesis Of Evil"
Black metal from Italy? It’s the joke that never grows old. If Handful Of Hate wasn’t enough to forever turn you away from Meditterranean black metal, this band certainly will. “Genesis Of Evil” is fucken generic, and about as necro, unholy and scary as a bag of meowing kittens. This sounds like “Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticim” Immortal with acidic vocals as on Mayhem’s “De Mysteriis...

Black Path

"Dominion In Pain"
When you are involved with Cerebrum, probably the only Greek death metal worth remembering, why would anyone want to waste time fronting another band that sounds just like it? Kostas Mexis apparently, the guy currently fronting Cerebrum, also sings in this band – and that’s where the good news end. The rest of the band is made up of fucken nobodies. Not that Black Path is terrible or anything,...

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  • Grave completes mastering new album

    2012-05-24

    Swedish Grave have finished mastering their new album, "Endless Procession Of Souls", for a fall 2012 release via Century Media Records. The band recorded 12 songs - nine new tracks plus three "very special" cuts - at their own Studio Soulless for the CD, which was previously described by Grave guitarist/vocalist Ola Lindgren: "a mix of our latest two releases with some more old-school, groovy "Soulless" parts."

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