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25 Dec 2010

Review: Manifest Destiny (Various Artists)

The concept of Manifest Destiny is – as the name and artwork suggests – to give a host of American underground/post-industrial acts the opportunity for exposure to the world. Spanning neofolk, martial pop, industrial, psychedelic, and dark ambient influences, The CD includes both some well known names and some more obscure artists as well. Unfortunately as is often the case with compilation CDs it is a bit of a mixed bag. …

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21 Dec 2010

Review: Giants of the Frost (Kim Wilkins)

The magic for me lay in the descriptions of Asgard. Every time I read a chapter devoted to the characters there I had to lie down and take a nap and dream. I found the book to be a terrible inconvenience at work where I am allowed to read but sleeping is seriously frowned upon! The dreams were amazing and while I read the book I felt as though I were living in two worlds. My life in Asgard was as real as my life here. …

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20 Dec 2010

Yule/Winter Solstice News 2010

~ THE TURNING OF THE WHEEL ~

Yule/Winter Solstice 2010

Support Hex! We are community-supported not-for-profit publication. You can support us by heading to http://hexmagazine.com/subscribe/ and ordering magazines, CDs, and prints, and by spreading the …

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7 Dec 2010

Review: The Bells Before Dawn (Awen)

The Bells Before Dawn is a voyage into neofolk marked by minimalist arrangements, deep male vocals, and a passion for history and heritage. …

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