13th February 2020

Psychotic Waltz – The God-Shaped Void

In early ‘90’s Psychotic Waltz had an important part in taking prog metal (and metal genre in general) into new direction, but while their impact on the genre and overall acclaim have never been questioned, […]
31st January 2020

Sepultura – Quadra

Few things which have characterized Sepultura’s music from the very beginnings are dedication, experimentation and heaviness. This goes for the band’s early days, their commercial peak in early 90’s, but the case has undeniably been […]
2nd January 2020

Sons Of Apollo – MMXX

Since exit from Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy has been busier than ever and keeping up with all of his projects and guest appearance can be quite a task. Common for most of them is […]
28th November 2019

Hypno5e – A Distant (Dark) Source

Last year the French band best known for their blend of post tech metal and avant-garde progressive metal, released an album that could be described as acoustic Latin American soundtrack to a movie. The album […]
27th November 2019

Queensrÿche & Firewind, 26th November 2019, Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com With almost four decades behind them, it goes without saying that any band has been through several ups and downs, and that is especially the case for Seattle’s Queensrÿche. Band spent better […]
26th November 2019

Leprous, The Ocean Collective & Port Noir, 25th November 2019, Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com Leprous’ new release Pitfalls, sees the band changing their approach to more electronic and even pop-driven and while such move has never been unexpected, it was more significantly hinted on their previous […]
18th November 2019

Hemlyn – Fazeaa

Influences of middle eastern and African music have over the decades left a noticeable mark on western music in just about any genre. There is something mystical and elegant about it, still many artists from […]
5th November 2019

Life Of Agony & Doyle, 4th November 2019, Amager Bio, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com These days Life Of Agony is celebrating three decades since their formation and even thou the band has broken up and been on hiatus several times, it is quite an achievement for […]
28th October 2019

Leprous – Pitfalls

Over the course of previous five albums Leprous have constantly been experimenting and moving ahead with their sound and approach, with last couple of albums most noticeably scratching the more approachable nature of their music. […]
22nd October 2019

Mantra – Medium

There is no lack of interesting quality music out there and it can be found pretty much anywhere. With rise of streaming platforms, it’s also easier than ever to discover underground artist from around the […]