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Tomb Mold – Planetary Clairvoyance Review

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It has taken me a while to write this review, the primary reason being that I had high expectations for Planetary Clairvoyance, as I enjoyed Tomb Mold’s previous release Manor of Infinite Forms. I had described the album as “A slamming debut full length from the Canadian act. I was reminded of my favourite Death Metal records from the 90’s while listening to it. A must listen for Death Metal fans”

Read my review of Planetary Clairvoyance on The Metal Wanderlust

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September 11, 2019 at 11:00 am

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 29

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It’s time for Music On Our Mind on the Horns Up Podcast as we discuss the music that we been subjecting their ears to.

Fear Inoculum is Tool’s first album in thirteen years and we try our best to answer if it was worth the wait. Plus, lots of new music talk that’ll definitely resonate with every non-Tool, and Tool fan.

Our picks for this edition of Music on our Mind are:-

Cloudkicker – Unending
Grima – Will of the Primordial
Pijn & Conjurer – Curse these metal hands
Waste Of Space Orchestra – Syntheosis
Killswitch Engage – Atonement
Infinity Shred – Forever, A Fast Life
Tool – Fear Inoculum

Hit Play, sit back and raise those Horns Up.

Horns Up ‘Music on our Mind’ Playlists

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/17dtpfAm2cP33CCHPebsZz?si=BjLW-5XWTeSB_KkkwIVf_Q

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/in/playlist/horns-up-recommendations/pl.u-76oNkrMFW550JDP

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September 6, 2019 at 10:00 am

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 28

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Marijannah is a stoner act from Singapore that gained fame thanks to a stellar debut release, Till Marijannah last year. Singer/drummer Nicholas Wong is on Horns Up this week to talk about the band’s latest single, Bloodsucker, the success of Till Marijannah, and also answers a burning question. What’s it like being a stoner rock/metal act in Singapore?

Nicholas is also a gig promoter and runs ACPHC, he shares an insight into the metal scene in Singapore and why so many international metal acts tour the country.

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September 2, 2019 at 11:00 am

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 27

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Grey Britain the second album by English hardcore punk band Gallows is not an album I was familiar with earlier. For a new edition of the All A’s album on the Horn Up Podcast we decided to discuss it with music journalist and friend Anurag Tagat .

How relevant is the Grey Britain ten years later, and does it still hold the listener? Is it an All A’s Album? Hit Play below to find out the answers to it and more.

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August 27, 2019 at 11:29 am

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 26

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Sutej Singh is an Indian composer / guitarist who released a superb album The Emerging, released in 2018 through Pinecone Records. A year later, we discovered him at a gig in Bombay, part of a tour that celebrates the first year anniversary of the album. The boys speak to Sutej about his roots, his journey, and his plans for the future.

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August 20, 2019 at 11:00 am

Fistful of Metal # 7

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I have made my dislike for the rains known here many times. Here is an hour of doom and gloom inspired by the monsoon rains here in Bombay

Tracklist

The Eternal Twilight – Lasting Moment and Embrace
Steven Wilson – Pariah
Torche – Times Missing
Green Lung – Woodland_Rites
Doomkraft – Flood
Marijannah – Snakecharmer
Pelican – It_Stared_at_Me
Ian Blurton – SEVEN BELLS
Bevar Sea – Bury me in Nola
The Earth Below – Ice Hotel
The Eternal Twilight – Another Quiet Night
The Dead – Death Metal Suicide

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August 16, 2019 at 10:00 am

Horns Up Podcast: Episode 25

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Andy Dowling, the bassist for Australia heavy metal act Lord. I had interview Andy for the blog in 2015. The band earlier this month released their first studio album in 6 years, Fallen Idols.

On the Horns Up Podcast, we discuss with Andy – Fallen Idols, the mix-tape nature of the album and unique release strategy that resulted in it finding a place on the ARIA Australian Artist Albums Chart and Australian Independent Music Charts.

Andy recommends bands from Australia that we should listen to and also some handy tips for bands on their social media presence.

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August 12, 2019 at 2:00 pm