14th July 2018

Veld – S.I.N

Veld is the name of a Belarus-based Death Metal trio that has been active on and off for the last two decades – With their first release seeing the light of day seventeen years ago. […]
11th July 2018

Killing Tyranny – Church of the Twisted Prophet

Killing Tyranny is not a band that I have ever come across, but the cover art of their second release, Church of the Twisted Prophet, did a very good job at immediately drawing my attention. […]
9th July 2018

Sorrowful – In the Rainfall

In the Rainfall is the debut album of an, at the time, Mexican duo who specialized in a very slow, very melancholic take on the Death Metal genre. The album contains nine tracks, each averaging […]
5th July 2018

Appollonia – Dull Parade

Appollonia is a French one-man band, one that draws inspiration from such diverse sources as Alice in Chains, Queens of the Stone Age and Mastodon; The premise behind it being to merge the heavy sounds […]
2nd July 2018

Cor Scorpii – Ruin

Cor Scorpii was created the same year that legendary Windir sadly ceased to exist: This is by no means a coincidence, since three of the members of said legendary band transitioned over into this impressive […]
29th June 2018

Mare Infinitum – Alien Monolith God

H.P. Lovecraft is, in my humble opinion at least, one of the more predominant writers of the early 18th century. Not only did he manage to create an entirely new sub-genre of horror – One […]
26th June 2018

Hyrgal – Serpentine

Hyrgal is a French Black Metal trio originally founded back in 2008 where they released their first Split album with the band Kairn. After a brief hiatus the band returned in full force two years […]
26th June 2018

Acârash – In Chaos Becrowned

Norwegian underground occult hard rockers Acârash have just released their debut full-length album entitled In Chaos Becrowned, but before we dwell a bit more into this 8-tracker album, let me introduce the band for you. […]
20th June 2018

EgoKills – Mellowhead

Finland might be known as the land of metal, often in connection to black, death metal and hard rock. Egokills are a bit different, as their sound can best be described as laid-back rock & […]
18th June 2018

Ragenheart – The Last King

I do love it when I happen to come across a band that I would normally have little to no chance to stumble upon crosses my path anyway (especially when it turns out to be […]
17th June 2018

Moonreich – Fugue

Three years ago I was given the opportunity to review the third full-length release from the French Black Metal band Moonreich. Needless to say, I was immediately hooked – So much so that I practically […]
12th June 2018

Blasphamagoatachrist – Black Metal Warfare

The rather unusual name given to this Old-school Black Metal band acutally has a very straight-forward and somewhat logical antecedent: The trio that makes up the band each comes from rather famous Black Metal bands; […]
12th June 2018

SpiteFuel – Dreamworld Collapse

SpiteFuel is a Heavy Rock band from Heilbronn, Southern Germany. The quintet was founded in 2016 and now, after just one year’s time they are back with the successor to the highly acclaimed debut Second […]
29th May 2018

Odium – As The World Turns Black

Odium is, I am sorry to admit, one of those bands that I should have discovered on my own a long time ago – And since the German Thrash Metal quintet has been around for […]
28th May 2018

Odium – The Science Of Dying

The Science Of Dying is actually a three years old output by Hessen/German thrashers Odium. I don’t know how this release ended with me three years after its release, but here you go, better late […]
11th August 2015

I Miss My Death – In Memories

Being a big fan of a Doom/Gothic Metal I was exited to find out that I Miss My Death is playing exatcly this type of music. I Miss My Death is a band founded in […]
7th August 2015

Mizzle – Grasshoppers

I was not familiar with a band Mizzle prior to listening to its 2014 album entitled Grasshoppers. I was anxious and didn’t know what to expect, before even giving it a try in my stereo. […]
1st August 2015

Paradise Lost – The Plague Within

Most bands dessapear long before they reach a ’30-year mark’. Not so for veritable British doom veterans Paradise Lost. They seem to get better and better for each new release. They’ve had a few relatively […]
31st July 2015

Prickrott – Cyberworm

I’ve had a very tough time to figure out alone the name of this band, since I’ve only received a hand-written cover with seven tracks recorded on a CD-R. The reason was quite simple, since […]
30th July 2015

Revelations of Rain – Deceptive Virtue

In the recent years while writing for Metal Revolution I’ve had a pleasure of getting familiar with many Russian and other Eastern European bands. Some were better than the others. Revelations Of Rain (Otkroveniya Dozhdya) […]
6th January 2015

The Sirens (International)

Interview with Liv Kristine, Anneke van Giersbergen & Kari Rueslatten www.facebook.com/thesirenspage Photo: Stefan Heilemann Most of the metal audience are already familiar with the names of Liv Kristine (Leaves’ Eyes and Theater of Tragedy), Kari Ruelsåtten […]
27th September 2011

Machine Head – Unto The Locust

My name is Bato and I am a helpless Machine Head fan. That could be the best possible introduction to this review. Let there be said immediately; I can not be fully objective when writing […]
1st June 2011

Iron Maiden – From Fear To Eternity

The phenomenal band Iron Maiden has so many great songs which they can’t put onto one ‘Best of’ album. But, there’s always a solution; the band has chosen to break their songs into two eras. […]
1st October 2010

The Damned Things – Ironiclast

Usually I’m not the biggest fan of heavy metal super groups, but this time is exception. The Damned Things is all American heavy metal supergroup featuring Scott Ian & Rob Caggiano (Anthrax), Keith Buckley (Every […]
10th August 2010

Iron Maiden – The Final Frontier

Sometimes, a job as a writer and journalist isn’t all about fun. To remain objective, no matter how big or well-established the band is, is one of the tasks that I find the most challenging. […]
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