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Reflections From The Abyss Chapter 1
(Kthulu Productions)
73:56min

First time I have ever heard of this company Kthulu Productions from Bonita, California. In a nutshell I would say this compilation CD is okay, and yes it is worth your attention and hard earned cash. Professional layout and all the tracks on this sampler are either previously unreleased, or unreleased demo / rough mixes of quite a few acts herein you possibly may have heard about? Or mayhaps not, but a quality forum nonetheless to have a band presented in lies here in this disc. The CD is split into two parts, the first starting off with primarily Death and Black Metal bands. The second half is for those acts more into atmospheric and / or soundscapes that still have some connection to those into dark, heavy and Occult inspired works. Those dead souls featured are: NIBIRU, SABNACK, INFINITUM OBSCURE, NOSVROLOK, CRIMSON MOON, DAGON, XASTHUR, SCRYING PATTERN, HUNOK, TEMPLE OF THE DREAMING SERPENT, E.V.P. and SHYNUJA. My primary complaint is the fact so many Black Metal bands are included! If only they had more original, more interesting music and style than their band logos always allude too! Contact: P.O. Box 1182, Bonita, CA 91908 USA or www.kthuluproductions.com

Wes Rhodes

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