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 […]
15th August 2017

Paradise Lost – Medusa

Since the shift to the electronic and more approachable music in the late 90’s and early 00’s, Paradise lost have slowly been getting back to their roots, culminating with 2015’s The Plague Within. If that […]
2nd August 2017

TDW – The Antithetic Affiliation

Tom de Wit, who is the driving force behind TDW has been releasing the records under this name since 2004, but this is my very first encounter with his music. De With wrote all the […]
1st August 2017

Steven Wilson – To the Bone

We’re rapidly approaching a decade mark since Steven Wilson put Porcupine Tree on hold and while the band is missed deeply, with every new solo record from Wilson, the missing is bit easier to handle. […]
31st July 2017

Prong – Zero Days

Tommy Victor has always been a busy man, even during Prong’s hiatus in late 90’s and early 00’s. Over the years he has been involved with number of other artists such as Danzig, Ministry, Rob […]
12th July 2017

Kabbalah – Spectral Ascent

I’m not much about “female-fronted” term when it comes to music, but I must admit that there is something to female fronted bands in certain genre’s Metal Revolution works with. Perhaps it’s the fact that […]
2nd July 2017

Stone Sour – Hydrograd

In course of their career Stone Sour have prove to be a band that can deliver hard rock / heavy albums of fairly steady quality while at the same time allowing themselves to experiment within […]