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P.H.O.B.O.S. - Anúdipal

P.H.O.B.O.S. describes itself on its website as an act for “freaks into extreme doom, industrial, and black metal.” In all reality, the French duo’s sophomore album, Anoedipal, is a genuine alliance of the three, showcasing a complex set of influences

Extreme Doom /Industrial

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Pacific 231 / Rapoon - Palestine (فلسطين)

There’s definitely a ritualistic feel about them, at least, and around the four-minute mark, the busy, pulstating electronica gives way to an expansive, sacral soundscape of reverberating mid-frequency drones and distant cries. The beats gradually re-establish themselves, with hand drums appearing at around nine minutes into the track, after a further series of muezzin calls. The track develops into a rippling, rapidly shifting mosaic of beats, bubbling to the surface, fragmenting back into the mix, then re-coalescing. Looped tones add to the rhythmic complexity, with muted chants and what sound like cidadas chirruping in the background, before ‘A Thousand Slogans Of Peace’ concludes .

Industrial Ambient

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Pagan Hammer - Pagan Hammer

Pagan Hammer play a somewhat unique style of NSBM, though that perhaps is not the most correct label for this music in the first place, the overall atmosphere really evokes that kind of writhing hatred.

NSBM

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Paganize - Evolution Hour

Almost suffering from a lack of vibrato, his voice really comes out thin and ultimately does not achieve the power behind it that the likes of Rob Halford and Bruce Dickinson have become master of. This doesn't necessarily take away from the music, but just makes the first few tracks a bit frustrating for those metalheads that enjoy more aggressive styles of metal. However, to cancel this out, the band really comes out on top during solos by using unique guitar progressions in the rhythm ranges underneath to help build more fist-clenching power.

Traditional Heavy Metal

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Paganus - Paganus

The Scandinavian countries continue to throw up something of a curious and contradictory phenomenon; it’s a stunningly beautiful area of the world, at least according the books, tourist brochures and documentaries & films I have read or seen. Yet, when it comes to music, these countries seem to have spawned the most hellish and brutal acts ever heard, churning out a plethora of outfits that continually push the boundaries of what the ‘metal’ genre is capable of. This latest full length album from Hamina, Finland’s Paganus continues that trend with four mammoth slices of hate inflected doom, bloodily ripped from the rotten belly of the beast and gratuitously displayed for all to see; come closer and let the stench of utter decay completely overpower you.

Extreme Doom Metal

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Pallida Mors - Pallida Mors

With the arrival of Pallida Mors' Self-titled EP, we've been shown that, at least in the underground and away from now shit labels like Earache Records, that there are up and coming brilliant acts with some beef behind their squeals. The music is largely complex in every direction, be it time signatures, melodies, rhythms, staccato band-wide hits, its all there,and its all professionally done. Some of the more brilliant melodic moments like the middle section of A2Z lose their beef with the slow down effect, but drummer Josh uses it to his advantage later on by taking a progressive approach and filling the empty air with blasting when you're not expecting it.

Grindcore / Brutal Death Metal

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Panic Lift - Witness to our Collapse

First lets advance on the downside described by what “should not be” for EBM these days. 1)Avoid imitation from the legendary EBM bands at all costs.

Rhythmic Industrial / EBM

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Pantheon I - The Wanderer And His Shadow



I need only name two bands in particular for you to get the idea of why Pantheon I is a worthy listen before I even begin to get into describing the music:  1349 & Twisted Autumn Darkness.  There is nothing spectacular or unique about the coming together of members from these two bands.  Truth be told, there's really nothing out of the ordinary about Pantheon I at all besides perhaps their image.  Worth mentioning is the fact that the band 'employs' a full-time cello player (and at one time a violinist), which also puts them above the rest of the black metal underground, at least in this journalist's opinion.

Black Metal

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Pantheon Legio Musica - Per Aspera Ad Astra

An opus in the vein of martial and neoclassical music, presented by relatively new German band, Pantheon Legio Musica, reflecting their fascination and admiration for Rome in the music they suggest to the audience.

Industrial/ Neoclassical/ Martial

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Panther Modern - Salem

Salem is not a brutally surprising release, but it is sufficiently original for your mind to hiccup. You can understand the thinking behind the track at several points, but as a listener, your mind shakes to the neverending lack of melody, giving you some sort of spiritual seizure as the waves of noise take your trembling body away. Panther Modern, hailing from New Jersey, have made it clear that Salem was meant to be a Satanic release.

Noise

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