Sorry to disappoint those expecting another nervous rant of mine, but Thy Listless Heart has a very good debut album.
Picking up the new record from the Norwegians Freedumb was a no-brainer.
Pestlegion gives us nothing worth remembering or saving for posterity. And not only that, but it seems like they’re not even interested in doing so.
A proof that Scarlet Oath, like Orphaned Land, has all in package for being a great and important band.
Behold and join Serenity on their path of forgotten memories and experience the sands of time with their new live album “Memoria”, out December 9th,…
The book doesn’t require an immense knowledge of The Doors’ music. It is there to teach you, even if you’re a relative novice, like me.
Thanks to Samuel Dunn the world heard the voice from us, the most evil Satan servants. It’s not about style, it’s not screams and guitars…
The audience will summon the demons with Venom Inc. once again, wherever they play.
Uniqueness aside, this album is the result of many years of musical exploration and Uzemljenje has the job figured out.
Far from me to call Nick Shane’s live recording great, but it sure as hell does the trick.
“Laibach practices provocation of the revolted state of the alienated consciousness and unites warriors and opponents in tone expression of static totalitarian scream. It acts…
It was a Saturday and we were located just a couple hundred meters from the Belgrade fortress. Almost perfect setup for a dozen or so…
The Stone, on Saturday, made Belgrade the capital of pagan black metal.
Witcher doesn’t succumb to the generalization and abuse of clichés. The creativity on “Lélekharang” is strong and definitely leaves an imprint.
It’s hard for me to believe The 69 Eyes couldn’t have found a real luxury car, even if only for the photoshoot.
Arallu presents a perfect “50-50” mix of black metal and Middle Eastern folk music.
Sonata Arctica has been around for so long and has yet to disappoint, so they’ve earned the right to step out of bounds for a…
It took me about three seconds to reach the speed of light in finding out what the hell happened with Besatt.
Mr. Gajić goes for a scientific approach to his work, almost completely side-lining the facts of Džoni’s life.