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NoN- ”Sancta Sanctorum” album review

I was waiting to listen this album so much and all I can say is that I am very impressed by this amazing work! Comparing with the previous release, Sacra Massa, Sacnta Sanctorum is a full-length, containing 10 amazing tracks.

The album is more dark, including little ambient elements which makes the songs to sound more interesting, aswell the album is heavier, to point exactly the song ‘’Ancora Resto’’ is like this.

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‘’Come L’ombra’’ and ‘’Reti E Pareti’’ are my favorite songs from this release. First, ‘’Come L’ombra’’ has exactly all the dark and ambient elements and the video is also interesting, having an interesting story behind. This song is not NoN’s song, the original is by Trio Lescano, written around 1940’s. Second, ‘’Reti E Pareti’’ is the only ‘’soft’’, relaxing and beautiful song of the album, sending lots of emotions.

Doesn’t matter in what language the songs are, for me the most important thing as an album to be great is the sound of it and then, Sancta Sanctorum has a perfect sound, all the instruments can be heard and as mentioned earlier, I like it more because it has ambient elements too.

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Deplacement- “Carousel” album review

By Carla Morton

The debut album Carousel was released via Epictronic records by the Italian duo Dark Wave, Deplacement.

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NoN- ”Sacra Massa” album review (By Carla Morton)

To make a little intro about the band, NoN is an Italian Rock Wave band and last year they have released the debut album under the name of Sacra Massa.
The album has 6 tracks, all the songs are in Italian and to start saying a few things about this album, only nice things I have to say.
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Album review: Bleed Someone Dry- ”PostMortem |Veritas”

By Carla Morton

Bleed Someone Dry is a Deathcore metal band from Italy. They have released their third full-length this year entitled PostMortem |Veritas.

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The album contains 12 tracks: starts with Haeretica Infans and ends with the track Ora Pro Nobis. The album also contains two tracks: Our Martyrdom featuring CJ of Thy Art Is Murder and Ora Pro Nobis featuring Luca Mai of Mombu.

Not that I am into Deathcore so much, but Bleed Someone Dry’s album is acceptable.
I can say this album is also bit melodic and technical, and I say technical by what is the drummer doing on the  album, the guitar riffs are ok, the vocalist has a brutal voice fitting for a Deathcore band (heard other Deathcore bands but the vocalists just scream a lot and the music is not ok) ,on the track Let Me In he sings calm and same the song is melodic.
Lovers of Deathcore and TechDeath might like this band and their new album so they can give a try. Usually, not many underground bands satisfy me, but Bleed Someone Dry as said sounds pretty well, PostMortem |Veritas is an interesting album, go check the band and listen to the new album!

*9/10

Tracklist:
Haeretica Infans
A Violent Awakening
Damnetur Misericordia
The Sacrifice
Let Me In
Devil in Me
Our Martyrdom (feat. CJ of Thy Art Is Murder)
Your Name, Their Plague
Doom And Gloom
Justice Has Become Utopia
Cycle Of Decay
Ora Pro Nobis (feat. Luca T.Mai of Zu, Mombu)

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