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Welcome to Archaic Metallurgy. We are about metal music. We have reviews, interviews and other stuff for you to see.

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7/30/2020 | Druknroll announce 'Freakingface' a...
Russian progressive melodic thrash/death metal band Druknroll have announced their sixth full-length...

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German Egyptophile black metal band Maahes will release their debut full-lengh album 'Reincarnation'...

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Crépuscule d'Hiver is a one-man band whose essence is channeled by Stuurm (vocals, lyrics, guitars,...

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7/24/2020 | Nightmare present new music video '...
The French power metal pioneers Nightmare released their first single video 'Aeternam'. It is a beas...

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Rämlord - deep in dark waters

Helsinki-based heavy metal group Rämlord has released a new single 'Dark Waters' from their upcoming debut full length album 'From Dark Waters' to be released later this spring via Inverse Records. As a composition the track represents the heavier side of the album. "We had an idea to create a bit more epic old-school heavy metal song. A bit in the spirit of Black Sabbath and Deep Purple," tells the guitar player Jarno Anttila. "The whole text is purely inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, as well as the middle part hears a quote from Lovecraft in his peculiar style by Taneli Jarva (known from Sentenced, The Black League). In the oceanic atmosphere we are expecting the rise of the Ancient Ones from the depths while enjoying the dark waters to heal our souls." lyricist and bass player Niko Karppinen backgrounds the song.

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latest reviews

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Dimmu Borgir ::
In Sorte Diaboli
(2007 Album)

» Honorary Mention «

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Dimmu Borgir ::
Spiritual Black Dimensions
(1999 Album)

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Calvarium ::
Assaulting the Divine
(2004 EP)

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Novembers Doom ::
Nephilim Grove
(2019 Album)

latest interviews

3/15/2017 | Abstrakt
Abstrakt hail from the capital of Finland, Helsinki. Their craft is dark alloy of black and death me...

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7/16/2016 | Napalm Ted
Grindcore/death metal ousting Napalm Ted from Oulu, Finland, are one of the northernmost bands of th...

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3/22/2013 | Dead End Tragedy
Dead End Tragedy is the one of my favourite hardcore/metal bands. They represent a new wave of this ...

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latest bands added

7/30/2020 | Maahes
7/26/2020 | Crépuscule d'Hiver
7/24/2020 | Odium Humani Generis
7/22/2020 | Funeral For Two
7/21/2020 | Tony Martin

latest releases added

Sectile :: Sectile
Sectile :: Falls Apart
Calvarium :: The Skull of Golgotha
Calvarium :: Assaulting the Divine
Novembers Doom :: Nephilim Grove