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"Darkthrone endoresment"

nice hand-drawn cover. not flashy at all. no, the album "MEGAFORTE" indeed looks very old, and sounds both old and fresh. so Blackholicus will be BOTH band of the week AND vintage band of the week today.

After i first heard it i was thinking this is for REAL fans of metal, this ain't no instant gratification or easy to like-stuff for rookies. Then i thought i should sleep on it. So, the day after when i put the album on again, i am convinced. this will stay proudly in my collection forever. - MySpace blog: Fenriz of Darkthrone

"Megaforte review"

The image on the back of this metal quartet's latest � four snarling wolves emerging from a screaming face � should have been the cover. Blackholicus excels in late 1970s metal, but frontwoman/bassist Margaret Myrick's squeal on "Werewolf" and "Roquefort" gives it a distinct Texas brand. "Victory I" and "Victory II" are no doubt the soundtrack to some epic werewolf battle. - Austin Chronicle

"Variations in Death Minor review"

What bad can be said about twin guitars, classic chug, and songs about lighthouses directing ships through the space-time continuum? Local metal quartet Blackholicus sail bloody seas ("La Fin du Monde"), sheath bloody swords ("Dark Forest"), and conduct a "Rome Symphony," incorporating RenFair acoustic guitar with prog rock and some Little Queen-era Heart courtesy of Margaret Myrick's vox. Blackholicus rocks. - Austin Chronicle


Variations in Death Minor - 2006
Megaforte - 2009



Under its current line-up, Blackholicus released its debut album, "Variations in Death Minor," in 2006 and for the three years following were named in the Austin Music Awards as one of the top metal bands of the city. Its follow-up "Megaforte" was released in 2009 and distributed directly by the band and through CD Baby.

Blackholicus has played two South by Southwest showcases, toured the U.S. and played many shows in Austin and San Antonio, opening for bands such as The Sword, Kylesa, Saviours, Slough Feg, Cancer Bats and The Last Vegas.

One Halloween they played Iron Maiden's 1984 "Powerslave" album in full, and are shown in a YouTube video playing a piece of Bach's "Two-Part Invention No. 4 in D minor."