CANTO: God Forbid, Moloken, Heilung, and More

Is this still fun? Honestly some days it’s hard to tell.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Kvelertak, My Dying Bride, Moloken, and More


Ok, back in the swing of things.

  • Let’s start with my favorite thing of all time today. Kvelertak have dropped a new song and video called “Crack of Doom”. Better yet? It features Mastodon’s Troy Sanders. Splid is out February 14th through Rise Records.
  • My Dying Bride have opened 2020 with some good news. Their next album, The Ghost Of Orion, will be out in March. At the end of this week, they are planning to drop a new music video for a song called “Your Broken Shore” as well.
  • Gargoyl have signed on with Season of Mist (which is a decision I will always support, of course). And in line with that, they are planning a new album and some live performances later this year.
  • Finally, let’s wrap all this up with a new animated video from Moloken for a song called “Unbearable”. Their next album, Unveilance of Dark Matter drops on January 31st.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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CANTO: Batushka, Alcest, Moloken, and More

alcest spiritual instinct

I got home from Detroit at 1:00 AM this morning… and turned around and left for Boston at 4:30 also this morning. Tired! Sad!

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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The Nine Circles Podcast: Episode 25


The guys get pumped for news from King Diamond, then get far less pumped for news from Guns ‘N’ Roses, while Corey discusses Moloken‘s latest album, All is Left to See. Plus, a joint thought-spew on the hazards of knee-jerk social media reactions to horrible tragedies in this week’s Hell segment!

All that and much, much more in Episode 25, so check it out! We’re taking next week off for Thanksgiving, so you’d better enjoy it, too, dammit!

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Keep it heavy,

Album Review: Moloken – “All Is Left To See”


Swedish for “dejected”, Moloken began in 2007 as Nicklas Bäckström’s side project. However, it didn’t take long for this project to take precedent. Eight years were then met with an EP and three studio albums, allowing Moloken to decisively ingrain themselves in a progressive take on sludge metal. As their third studio album, All Is Left To See, they continue to implement a wide range of styles in the same way that has always defined their sound. For the most, the end product is a favorable one, if not too experimental for its own good.
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