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Friday, 16 September

ACOD – Fourth Reign over Opacities and Beyond

€7 EUR
51:26
blackened death metal
Marseille, France
Les Acteurs de l’ombre

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Kutu, Aeternam, Kolínga, and I, Parasite

Kutu – Guramayle


The Ceccaldi name is a promise of great music. On this album, both brothers collaborate with two Ethiopian singers from Addis Ababa to make a modern fusion of Ethiopian pop and jazz fusion. Everything is solidly backed up by drummer Cyril Atef, who’s previously played on other incredible albums, as with Bumcello. It’s an album made to groove, dance, and have a terribly fun time. The drums feel aptly Afrobeatish in essence most of the time, while the harmonization is walking the thin line between authentic and experimental. It’s a truly superb album!

Aeternam – Heir of

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Friday, 9 September

🌟 An Abstract Illusion – Woe

$8.99 USD
59:50
progressive death metal
Sweden
Willowtip

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Ardarith – Home

€7 EUR
55:13
progressive metal
Augsburg, Germany
Independent

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Friday, 2 September

🌟 Aeternam – Heir of the Rising Sun

$10 USD
46:41
symphonic death metal
Québec
Independent

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Anxious Wave – Live from the Poison Factory

$7 USD
22:43
post-punk
Providence, Rhode Island
Nefarious Industries

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John Zorn, Levi Nice, Atte Aho, and 417.3

John Zorn, played by Brian Marsella, Jorge Roeder, and Ches Smith – Suite for Piano (Tzadik)

Suite for Piano
Official Tzadik website
You have to believe me when it comes to Zorn material, as there’s no official preview of most of his music to be found online. However, Suite for Piano, despite its rather boring title and appearance, is one of his best works recently. First off, this release was inspired by Schönberg and Bach’s Goldberg Variations, and is Zorn’s take on various musical forms for piano—the prelude, the allemande, the scherzo, the menuet, and the gigue to name a few—played by … Read more