21st November 2017

Cavalera Conspiracy – Psychosis

Since leaving Sepultura in 1996 Max Cavalera has been very vocal about his lack of respect for his former bandmates, who decided to carry on without him. His critique escalated since his brother Igor also […]
9th November 2017

Sweet & Lynch – Unified

Couple of years since their debut, Only to Rise the unimaginatively named alliance between George Lynch and Michael Sweet is ready with their second album. First album saw the duo joined by bassist James Lomenzo […]
7th November 2017

Moonspell – 1755

It’s hard not heaving a soft spot for Portuguese Goth metallers Moonspell, who have over the course of a quarter of a century have maintained high quality level throughout the changing musical climates, line-up changes […]
6th November 2017

Stone Sour, 15th November 2017, Den Grå Hal, Copenhagen, Denmark

Archive photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com Last night’s sold-out show was at the same time band’s biggest headlining show on Danish soil and it comes few months after the release of band’s weakest album to date, Hydrograd. […]
5th October 2017

Sons of Apollo – Psychotic Symphony

Since his exit from Dream Theater, Mike Portnoy has been in one supergroup after another and Sons of Apollo is yet another one and it might even be his most star-filled one yet. Joined Portnoy […]
30th September 2017

Paradise Lost, 29th September, Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com When band exists for (almost) three decades, their career can hardly go on without ups and downs, changes and growth. English icons in Paradise Lost are most certainly not an exception. Over […]
19th September 2017

Myrkur – Mareridt

Let’s get the ridiculous out of the way. After the success of Myrkur’s debut album M, the (black) metal community went nuts because of Amalie Bruun’s pop-meets-Paradise Hotel past. Ok that’s more than enough about […]
28th August 2017

Leprous – Malina

In course of their first four albums Leprous have been moving in different directions, with last two, especially, exploring more commercial approach. On their fifth album the shift in this direction is perhaps the most […]
21st August 2017

Dead Cross – Dead Cross

Here we go again; another ”supergroup”. With amount of these sorts of projects coming since the rise of digital music distribution its getting hard to get excited about most of them. But there are some […]
17th August 2017

Accept – The Rise of Chaos

It’s three years almost to a day, since the release of Accept’s previous album Blind Rage and German metal legends are ready with a follow up, their fourth since Mark Tornillo replaced Udo Dirkschneider. But […]