Well, digital era is here, Axeheart is part of it, so let’s give them a chance to make music that way and to show us…
All my recommendation for Nattsjäl and their future and previous work because I can smell there will be more in close future.
I am not into the video games so much but music by Masser is already knocking on that door, I can tell for sure.
If there is a comedy every man should watch that’s surely “School of Rock”.
I hope Darconigan will offer us something fresh with their mark and with the same dose of darkness once again.
Dosgamos score is they really made me listen to groove a little bit more in the future and maybe my opinion will change after that.
This Swedish gang named Eldfaerd is a new hope for a still new genre of atmospheric metal with symphonic elements.
There are many festivals Icestorm should be participating in and replacing many other bands. Time works for them, so I am not afraid.
Mind Erasure is a Greek blackened death metal band.
“You always have something to say!” Yes I do!
Mind Erasure needs to have more attention, for sure.
Höwler is a totally new name to me but with perfectly known formula for good 1980’s thrash metal.
Sathanas is surely the band of high quality and they have major opus behind them but hearing something out of typical genre would be pleasant…
Royal Hunt exists for more than thirty years and is still rocking.
As a big fan of history and ethnology this Xerión EP was something I must listen to.
“Јав, Прав, Нав“ is a great album, unique by many characteristics and I hope there will be many more for Шакал.
Veteran US heavy metallers Jag Panzer are finally back in full force! Today, the band are proud to announce their signing to Atomic Fire Records…
"The Croom Saga's" is fitting in the genre of neofolk ambient music. I assume there will be a second part of the saga and also…
A proof that Scarlet Oath, like Orphaned Land, has all in package for being a great and important band.
Hellrazor "Hanging on by a Thread" is okay for a slow ride in the car for some background music in the club but this album…