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Sombre Héritage – ‘Alpha Ursae Minoris’ (Sepulchral Productions)

Five-piece brutal black metal band Hak-Ed Damm was founded in Quebec, Canada, back in 2007 and have seen some success on the Black Metal scene over the years. After five years together they decided to go their own ways, citing inner conflicts and changes in points of view from two of its members. The split didn’t last long though. Two years later, three from the original line-up got back together and added two new members to their ranks to once again get back in the game. After several releases, including one full length album, 2017’s ‘Holocaust Over Dresden’, the band decided to take a break. With the band currently on hiatus, Hak-Ed Damm guitarist Exu and drummer Silencer, along with Lord Molag-Venn from Nalzer, decided to form a side project. The name of the project, Sombre Héritage, and the name of the album, ‘Alpha Ursae Minoris’.

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Despite the ongoing lockdown in many parts of the Überverse, we are still receiving a healthy bundle of submissions for our coveted ‘Video Of The Week’ title. Many of them are produced against the background of continuing quarantine conditions in some countries, while others reflect artists being able to return and flex their creative muscles once again.

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Bury Tomorrow – ‘Cannibal’ (Music For Nations/Sony Music)

When ‘Black Flame’ set a charge under the backside of the music industry in July 2018, catapulting Bury Tomorrow to even greater heights than before, you had to wonder how long the Southampton five piece could keep this going. It’s rare enough for a band so heavy to hit the top 40 with an album at all, never mind three consecutive times, having previously done so with ‘Runes’ in 2014 and ‘Earthbound’ two years later. Lesley M wonders if they they can make it a quadruple whammy with album #6…

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