#1
Didn't see any threads about them, and I thought they were worth a mention.

I have Lair of the White Worm, it's a cool mix of brutal death with melodeath tendencies. it sounds pretty cool. Some awesome songs on there, like Nihilism, Sigma Enigma (ownage!) and Rusty Nails.
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#4
eh, don't bother with anything past Ravenous.
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#6
The grand grimoire is the shit.

Lol at their cover of "fire" by The crazy world of Arthur Brown.

Edit: Having said that, Arthur Brown was pretty grim himself.

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#9
I have just started listening to them and i love their riffs and solos. I have downloaded a couple songs from their older albums and i just got The Toxic Touch, its ****in amazing. I think their more melodic death that anything else though.
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#10
I've not heard their new album, but The Grand Grimoire is fantastic.

I missed them and Vader the other week

I've missed a lot of gigs
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#11
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I've not heard their new album, but The Grand Grimoire is fantastic.

I missed them and Vader the other week

I've missed a lot of gigs


Yeah I missed them and Vader too a while ago, they played at the Mons Metal Meeting.

Oh well.
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#13
The Christhunt.

Enough said I think.
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#14
NO ESCAPE FROM PASSIONDALE.

Major bump. Passiondale kicks the proverbial gluteus maximus.

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#20
I've been impressed with the few songs I've heard from the them. What would you guys rec for their first album to check out?