Saturday, October 19, 2019
Album Reviews From the Continent of Africa Global Reviews Metal

A Review of Ruff Majik’s Throwback Stoner Doom Record “Tarn”

“In a small, secluded mining town in rural South Africa, three friends heard the call of the void, and spat fuzz back at it. Thus, Ruff Majik was formed, and the boys decided it was time to move to the city to spread their gospel of riff worship and sound sorcery.”

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A Review of Irony Destroyed’s “Najiskia Kuua Tena”

When a music outfit assimilates a non-universal tongue, it’s easy to only enjoy the music just for the sake of that, without appreciating the lyrics for what they would be worth. Indeed Najisikia Kuua Tena is enjoyable –  one of a kind. It is metalcore that incorporates and encapsulates slam! To my liking. The breakdowns are so […]

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