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CLAYMORE – Vengeance Is Near

CLAYMORE - Vengeance Is Near

Claymore seems to be a quite popular name among metal bands, since many have chosen it as their name. This particular Claymore, comes from Ruse, Bulgaria and plays finest symphonic black metal! They were formed back in 1999 and after several demos and gigs they became quite popular to the local fans with their unique melodic death/black metal. Finally, in 2008, the time for the debut full-length album did come, with the release of “Prolonged Active Antagonism” via Read more…

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SHAMBLESS – Irke Ranefas

SHAMBLESS - Irke Ranefas

Two years after their previous work, Bulgarian epic fantasy black metallers Shambless are back with their 4th full-length album. Shambless is the personal project of Arvelss Elfaros, who formed them back in 1997 and released two full-length albums “Omnipotentia” in 2003 and “Apkas Itulia” in 2004. After a seven-year absence, the band returned with its third album “Menra Eneidalen” in 2011. They seem to be back for good now, since on August 2013 they Read more…

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SHAMBLESS – Menra Eneidalen

SHAMBLESS – Menra Eneidalen

Shambless is a quite unknown, yet quite old band from Bulgaria. It’s basically the personal project of Arvelss Elfaros, who composes everything and plays almost all instruments, except for the guitars. The band begun back in 1997, with a very different sound from its current style. The first album “Omnipotentia” in 2003 was atmospheric medieval death doom metal, released by Discord Records. After that the band changed a lot, following a more “elfish” style. Elfaros claims he is Read more…

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SVARROGH – Yer Su

SVARROGH – Yer Su

Svarrogh is a very complex and unique band formed in 2001 by the talented Bulgarian musician Dimo Dimov, who is also the only member of the band. He now lives in Germany, but his love for Bulgarian nature and traditions is obvious in his creations.

Svarrogh begun as a raw black metal band with some folk influences and released their first full length “Baxas Xebesheth 1883” in 2003. Later in 2004 they released their second work “Lady Vitosha” that had Read more…

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