‘Engla Tocyme’ by Forefather – A Comment

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Out tlast January 15th 2017 was the re-release of ‘Engla Tocyme‘ by Forefather via Heidens Hart Records.

A pagan/folk/progressive metal act from UK, Forefather delivers us a great melodic album launched originally in 2002 with an extra song, ‘Loyalty Bound‘, for the 2017 re-release.

Not a death metal album, although some songs have stronger vocals, Forefather with ‘Engla Tocyme‘ lets us discover their young talent and makes us curious to listen to some more of their music.

Engla Tocyme‘ being Forefather‘s third release, they have a total of seven releases, the latest being ‘Curse of the Cwelled‘, available on Bandcamp, along with ‘Engla Tocyme‘ and their other releases. A must to have on your playlist if you like melodic metal and don’t mind some clean vocals.

 

BUY: https://forefather.bandcamp.com/

‘Mors Secunda’ by Terra – A Comment

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Out today, Friday December 9th 2016, is ‘Mors Secunda‘ by Terra via Code666.

Mors Secunda‘ is two lengthy songs of atmospheric black metal style. Played by three Englishmen, they achieve to transport us through darkness and aggressiveness along some post-rock sounds and drone vibes.

A cool album by Terra to have on its playlist, if you’re a fan of atmospheric black metal; the songs are well written and can be enjoyed by any fan of extreme music. Available on Bandcamp.

 

LIKE: https://www.facebook.com/TerraUK
VISIT: http://terra.band/

Dunhill’s Nightcap – A Comment

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If you ever come across Sutliff’s Tobacco Galleria: Night Cap and wonder if it is a cheaper alternative to Dunhill’s Nightcap, don’t go any further: they’re completely different blends. Sutliff’s is a strong aromatic while Dunhill’s is an English blend.

If Dunhill’s Early Morning Pipe is a great blend to start the day, Nightcap is also a great blend to end it. Being a less spicy blend because of less Latakia, it contains Perique; adding a smoky aroma and flavour to the smoke.

As always I recommend Dunhill’s blends to the higher tobacco budgets, but novices are invited to try this fine blend as with all other Dunhill great blends.

A rich blend for late in the day, Dunhill’s Nightcap is a slow, lasting smoke. Just prior to packing, expensive Perique tobacco is added to enhance the bouquet.

Available in 50g tins and bulk at SmokingPipes.com.

Dunhill’s Early Morning Pipe – A Comment

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My go-to tobacco for my first of the day pipe is Sutliff’s 203 Heavy English, as it delivers a good Latakia kick to wake you up and prepare your tastebuds for the coming nice pipes until it’s time to go to bed again.

If you have a bigger tobacco budget than me, then Dunhill’s Early Morning Pipe should be your go-to pipe for first pipe of the day. And it would be for me if I had the wallet for it. But yet again 203 Heavy English is a good tobacco that I enjoy quite well.

If you enjoy Dunhill’s fine tobaccos, you probably already enjoy EMP. But else, I encourage you to try it along My Mixture 965 as they compliment each other as great tobaccos for all-morning and all-day smokes.

For Dunhill’s Early Morning Pipe, sweet Oriental is carefully blended with Bright and Red Virginias, then pressed and lightly stoved. It’s great as the first pipe of the day, waking the palate for the further pleasures of the day.

Available in 50g tins and bulk at SmokingPipes.com.

Gawith Hoggarth & Co.’s Brown Twist Sliced And Happy (Brown) Bogie – A Comment

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Awesome! If you’re like me and like Cuban maduro cigars, or I mean like a full-bodied one from elsewhere, you’ll love this tobacco. A mix of dark-fired and air cured Virginias; this stuff is matured to be smoked as soon you get it, or even better, aged for some more maturity as many suggest.

A strong aroma and taste, I wonder if it gets any better than this. My top tobacco used to be Peterson’s Irish Flake but this one is either as good or better.

Novices should once in a while try it but it is meant for experienced pipers. Expensive but awesome.

Available in bulk (sliced) and in bulk (rope) at SmokingPipes.com.