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Destiny's End
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Breathe Deep The Dark
Review by Gary Hill
Released in 1998, this was the first of two albums from Destiny's End and it is a definite masterpiece of metal mayhem that still holds up today. The sounds on the album run the gamut of classic metal from Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Mercyful Fate and more.
Review by Gary Hill
I first came across the band Destiny’s End when I was doing research for my book on Lovecraftian music. H. P. Lovecraft expert S. T. Joshi mentioned them to me. Eventually I got in touch with Perry Grayson (guitarist for the band) and he sent me copies of their CD’s along with his new band Falcon.
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Falcon - Falcon
Review by Gary Hill
If you are a fan of classic hard rock and metal or stoner metal, you will probably like these guys a lot. What you'll hear from these guys is sort of a combination of those types of music with an emphasis on Black Sabbath, southern rock and perhaps Captain Beyond and the like.
Various Artists - The Strange Sound of Cthulhu: Music Inspired by the Writings of H.P. Lovecraft written by Gary Hill
Review by Lisa Palmeno
A bit of an editorial comment needs to be made here. Since the person you see as "ed." - that's "editor" not "Ed" - is the author of this book, this is a bit awkward in a way. I had considered not covering this book at MSJ, but that seems unfair as we do provide promotion in the form of reviews for other authors.
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