Schavot may have come out of spare time, but “Galgenbrok” is well thought through and executed marvelously!
Waldgeflüster’s music is warm. Sort of cosy, while at the same time being epic and fairly monumental.
There is a promise of good black metal within Illum Adora, but the promise is still far from being fulfilled.
Trust me on this, Exorcizphobia is the best thrash metal band around these days! Change my mind!
Hell And Back are just getting on their feet. They are a young band, though formed by some fairly experienced individuals, and “A Thousand Years”…
Rebel's End is quite simple. Rock hard heavy metal at its finest! Absolute recommendation!
At the time this album was created and recorded, the future was no short of bright for Dark Arena.
Perhaps this EP is not yet enough to propel Goatskullt into the big leagues, but it is definitely enough to have you remember their name.…
Xenos' “The Dawn of Ares” is a collection of intriguing pieces. Parts that leave room for speculation about what could have been.
Blind Petition have a goal and take you there down the straightest possible road. On a loud motorcycle. With a young blonde in the back.…
I’m extremely glad it is Delirium who got me introduced to Honduras’ metal.
White Heat is a worthy archaeological dig for the rockers and rollers out there.
For a band that’s been “destroying wimps and posers since 2004” Metator have really done little to harm them. A couple of demos and this…
If you’re an obsessed collector on top of that, sorry to say, your wallet will keep on suffering the immensity of Nunslaughter.
Kings Winter may not yet be in the premiership of heavy metal, but strong contenders they remain.
The only things Stheno holds in common with the mentioned Greek black metal scene are the geographical region from where it stems.
Mask Of Satan completes the “ABC’s” of death metal. As far as I’m concerned, nothing further is needed.
Groza are no Mgla. They are lacking their own touch. One can easily mistake their soundscape for Mgla’s. Harakiri, not so much. But does that…
The one thing I’m taking out of the prolonged listening session is that Ophidian I is made up of extremely talented musicians.