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Skeleton of God may have formed in 1993, but the colorado based act has actually been really silent ever since. In the span of fifteen years they releaseed an EP, a compilation, and two full-lengths. The first of them, titled Bleed in the Sun, dropped in 1994, and their long overdue follow-up Primordial Dominion in 2008. The latter of those two was rrecently dug out of the depths and given a proper label release through Everlasting Spew back in late 2016. But is it something finally worth experiencing all these years later?

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Minneapolis, Minnesota’s Manetheren have returned with their fifth full-length album The End, a concept release about a human travelling across the lands as the world comes to its end. It’s a foreboding tone you pick up on immediately during the lengthy first track “The Sun That Bled”, heralding the coming end times between bouts of depression and madness. It establishes the coming journey nicely, capturing the imminent conclusion before “When All is Still, There is Nothing” lays on the decimated landscapes as you gaze out at the outcome of this trip.
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