GOATVERMIN "Detruire" black/death metal album review and bandcamp stream

The first quarter of 2017 sees the spectacular return of French black/death metal, thanks to the debut albums of three excellent bands: Ritualization, Necroblood and Goatvermin. The timing couldn’t be better as there exist strong rumors that Arkhon Infaustus, Read more

INFESTER “To the Depths, in Degradation” death metal re-release review and youtube stream

Re-releases of “best kept secret” type of old bands, usually package attractively mediocre quality content using 80’s/90’s nostalgia and vinyl fetishism. Even when the music is good, most such bands were mere clones back at the day, therefore their (re-) Read more

NECROBLOOD “Collapse of the Human Race” black/death metal album review and bandcamp stream

Parisian old-school metal band NECROBLOOD have penetrated violently my musical microcosm back in 2011. They have done so with the best credentials that an underground metal band could possibly have according to my book: a debut self-titled 7”EP released by Read more

ANTAEUS "Condemnation" black metal album review and bandcamp stream

Last year, Antaeus have ended out of the blue 10 years of discographic absence with their fourth album, “Condemnation”. Due to the evolution and mutation of the genre, it is now clearer than ever what is the position that the Read more

A complex beer that will resonate with wine lovers: Straffe Hendrik – Heritage (2014) craft beer review

Pours into an oversized Cognac snifter. Deep reddish-brown colour with some ruby hues, and quite murky. Beige frothy head, which lingers ‘til the end with half a finger lacing. A rather unusual -for a Quad- nose, a tad acidic, that Read more

Nuclear Throne review

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Panos takes a radioactive deep dive into the post-apocalyptic world of indie gaming hit Nuclear Throne.

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Autoclav1.1 Werewolf Country CD Review

Posted on by Vassago in Electronic, Experimental, I.D.M, Music | Leave a comment

It is not a secret that this is one of my favorite bands, primarily because of it’s constant musical progression in each and every release, making Autoclav1.1 a distinctive reference into the IDM scene. With an album release almost every year, Werewolf Country (his 10th album, following up the very successful “ten.one.point.one” and in stores for quiet some time now), is published WTII a US label for lots of diverse bands such as E.S.A, Chant & Regenerator to name a few.

I was highlighting on my last review that “ten one point one” opened a new era for the band. There was a natural progression in composition and musical ideas from “Love no longer lives here” up until  “Embark on Departure“, however in his latest album we witness a progression in terms of both sound and noise selections as well as diversification in Tony’s musical taste.

I kind of expected that as a natural continuation of his anniversary album , but what I definitely didn’t see coming was “Earworm“: ,

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Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns soundtrack via iam8bit

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Following the amazing 3-LP limited edition release of HotLine Miami 2 earlier this year, iam8bit decided to teamup with ArenaNet (publisher and developer of the acclaimed Guild Wars franchise), in order to release a special Collector’s Edition 2xLP Vinyl featuring the Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns soundtrack on 180-gram colored vinyl.

For those who want to have a listen before pre-ordering on iam8bit web site, here is the complete playlist on YouTube:

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Free hardcore/grind album download: PAROXYSMOS

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ΠΑΡΟΞΥΣΜΟΣ (PAROXYSMOS) rose very quickly to prominence, thus becoming over the last 2-3 years one of the uncontested leaders of the Greek hardcore scene.

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Soundtrack of the day: XELA trilogy.

Posted on by panos.agoros in Ambient, Drone, Electronic, Experimental, Industrial, Music, Noise, ritualistic | 1 Comment

“In this the signs shall be those of Set Triumphant and of Baphomet. Also shall Set appear in the circle. Let him drink of the sacrament and let him communicate the same.”

If I recall correctly, I grabbed my vinyl copy of “The Illuminated” during one of my Parisian record shopping sessions together with my brother Christos Agoros at Gibert Joseph. The only reason for this purchase was the superb occult artwork, as well as the liner notes and tracklisting in the back cover.

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Bitcrush “Shipwrecked” on Bandcamp

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“Shipwrecked” is nearly an hour of lost, salvaged or otherwise forgotten bitcrush tracks. “Glacial” and “A Place of Exits” being the only two previously commercially released. “270 degrees” is only in its demo form as the original was lost in a hard-drive failure. A alternative version of “Song For Three” from “in Distance” and a ‘Collapse’ B side “The Decent” are never before released. All other tracks are remastered versions of tracks previously offered for free on the old bitcrush website. Pay what you wish… Even nothing i suppose.

System Shock just released enhanced edition

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Exactly twenty one years after its first release, System Shock is back! The Enhanced Edition adds a modern touch to this true classic gem, without taking anything from its unmistakable atmosphere.

System Shock: Enhanced Edition features:
– Higher resolution support: up to 1024×768, and 854×480 widescreen mode.
– Mouselook support added.
– Remappable keys with three profiles to choose from: original controls, custom controls, and left-handed controls.
– Some original game bugs fixed.

  • Rocket through cyberspace to steal information, hack security and grapple with watchdog defense programs enslaved to a maniacal computer.
  • Survive battle after battle against armies of killer cyborgs and deadly robots as you collect hardware attachments, life-sustaining patches and deadly weapons to combat mindless mutants.
  • Test your intelligence by solving puzzles, rewiring access panels and outwitting SHODAN in its own cyber-realm.

A huge, immersive sci-fi adventure full of tension and unpredictable twists. One of the greatest games of its era not to be missed.

System Shock: Enhanced Edition also includes the classic version of the game.

REZNYCK EP The ‘MUSCLE CARdiac’

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If you are looking for some new bands offering a mixture of powerful industrial and synth sounds, look no further. REZNYCK is pushing the limits of those genre hard with “Muscle CARdiac” his latest EP release available for a listen on Bandcamp.  5 tracks full of big dark riffs and distortions, raw techno, screaming synths, killer arpeggios and EBM beats, roughly 18mins of pure electronic mayhem.  All tracks are amazing by “Ebolada” is definitely my favorite one, make sure you turn your speakers loud before hitting play.

Reznyck has also worked on the soundtrack of Blood Irony “Shooting Stars” which is currently available for iOS and Android. You can check the game on the video below:

IDM/Electronic Music Playlist 2015

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The monthly podcast series began back in 2004 when I was running Enochian Apocalypse E-zine and was a collection of songs I really enjoyed listening at that time. I’ve decided to revive this here in Legacy Future and post on a monthly basis at least an hour of music I enjoy listening these days. It will mainly come from the IDM/electronic scene, wether it is a new or an old song.

Spotify Playlist for September

The playlist posts will include a spotify list and information about some of the bands/songs I selected as well as additional clips and videos. My intention is to update this list monthly, ideally around the 15th of each month. For September I decided to include 10 songs (49mins length) from Autoclav1.1, Carpenter Brut, Detritus, Perturbator, Blanck Mass, The Night Terrors, Stendeck, Byetone & Amon Tobin.

UPDATE: I originally planned to do this every month but due to limited time I wasn’t able to update the list montly, thus I rename this to a “2015” list instead of “September 2015” playlist and will do my best to update frequently this year.

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PERTURBATOR New Album “The Uncanny Valley”

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Perturbator album 4 is titled “The Uncanny Valley”. The uncanny valley is a phenomenon in robotics engineering whereby a humanoid robot bearing a near-identical [but not perfect] resemblance to a human causes a response of revulsion among the observer. The “valley” refers to a dip in the graph of comfort level as humanoid subjects move toward a healthy, natural human likeness. The album is fully recorded, mixed, mastered, and finished. Artwork is currently underway, and the band expects a release date around late 2015 / early 2016.

So far Perturbator released a small teaser on YouTube for one of their new songs titles “Assault”.

Until the new release hit the stores, you can listen to their latest album “Dangerous Days”.