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Darkane, "Layers of Lies" Darkane
Layers of Lies
Nuclear Blast Records
2005
Its been a while and Darkane have had enough time to fester in their musical madness to release a brand new album. The last album Expanding Senses came out just a year after Insanity and really lacked the kind of impact Insanity had. Anyways, its been almost 3 years since then and Layers of Lies is a welcome addition to...
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Darkane, "Rusted Angel" Darkane
Rusted Angel
Regain Records
2003
Do you remember Naglfar's "Diabolical," Eucharist's "Mirrorworlds," Darkane's "Rusted Angel," and all those other great albums put out on War Music in the late nineties? If not, don't be ashamed; due to poor distribution and weak promotion, most of those releases never got the chance they rightly deserved. Recently, however, Regain Records has been silently re-releasing those out of print...
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Darkane, "Expanding Senses" Darkane
Expanding Senses
Nuclear Blast Records
2002
You can tell me I'm on crack, but I honestly believe that the cover artwork of an album usually reflects, to a large extent what the music will be like. Most often, the dominant color on the cover is the best clue to extrapolate the disc's sound. By no means is this an exact science, and there are many instances...
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Darkane, "Insanity" Darkane
Insanity
Century Media
2000
I first heard Darkane when they appeared on the War Dance compilation. At the time the band had enlisted the talented "Speed" Strid of Soilwork for vocals, and they sounded rabid and raw. This group was ready to destroy everything. Then their debut Rusted Angel came out on War Records (licensed by Relapse in...
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Darkane, "Insanity" Darkane
Insanity
Century Media
2000
With Sweden being infested with excellent bands many get easily overshadowed. Darkane was a brand new band in 1998 constructed by the former members of Agretator. Most metal critics acclaimed their first production, Rusted Angel. After that they teamed up with Soilwork to form Terror 2000, a brilliant side-project. Time has come for them to ascend and reach their true...
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