Maïeutiste Tag

Regarde Les Hommes Tomber, Deluge and Maïeutiste / support black metal
Do terms such as “avant-garde”, “transcending” and “experimental” are the key to unlocking doors to other unexplored dimensions concerning extreme metal? Or does this new and swiftly arising tide wash away the original purpose of black metal in particular? These two have been composed while silently observing how people comment on black metal as well as analysing what is becoming trending in recent years.  Increasingly, fans are getting more curious and dare to leave their “comfort zone” because as everything in this world, things evolve; some eventually for the worse,Read More
creeping-revenant
This is the time of the year when most bloggers are writing possibly the most awaited and beneficial articles because they are (in most cases) a remarkable source of new and exciting albums. However, with this installment, I will not focus on the albums that I had the pleasure to write about, but just the opposite; I will share titles that I wish I had but for countless reasons I couldn’t acquire or find the time to recommend them all. Retrospection in black features 30 albums that are just aRead More
maieutiste-maieutiste
I’ve got some brand new stuff to showcase from the headquarters of Les Acteurs de L’Ombre Productions who as always continue to explore the experimental sub-genre and offer its finest. In this installment, Maïeutiste introduce their debut self titled album which is primarily inspired by black metal but incorporates elements from many other genres such as doom, jazz, folk rock and ambient. With that being said, it is very hard to place it under any categories because it simply destroys the illusion of barriers and goes beyond predictable. “Maïeutiste” is out onRead More