30th March 2022

Kataplasm – Insert Digital Coin…

My friend Gabriel S. from France will forgive me for this short review of his own project called Kataplasm. It’s not because I’m lazy unthankful bastard, but rather because this is just one sample untitled […]
22nd March 2022

SoulCarrion – Infernal Agony

Polish label Godz Ov War has done it again! Releasing this 9-tracker full-length album by a Polish band called SoulCarrion. Band’s line-up consists of the mainman Michał (guitar, bass, drums programming), with help from Greg […]
22nd February 2022

Archvile King – À La Ruine

Archvile King represents numerous approaches and clichés to the music I like, which is no doubt why I have taken quite a liking to the band: It is a solo act, with one very talented […]
17th February 2022

Jarun – Rok Spokojnego Słońca

Jarun is another band hailing from Poland, that I wasn’t familiar prior to listening to their latest record. Before we go further into this new album, I’ll just briefly mention that Jarun was founded already […]
16th February 2022

Shrine Ov Absurd – Monotony

Shrine Ov Absurd is one man band hailing from Cuba. It’s not very often that we review one man artists and even less if they’re from Cuba. A person behind Shrine Ov Absurd is the […]
14th February 2022

3000AD – The Void

When I first looked at the cover-artwork and the title The Void, I was convinced that I’m gonna hear some depressive or blackened doom metal. Thus, I got very surprised when the first riff of […]
10th February 2022

Angrrsth – Donikąd

Donikąd (English; To Nowhere)is a title for a debut full-length from Polish band Angrrsth. It arrives two and half years after their great debut EP entitled Znikąd (From Nowhere). It’s been released through their fellow […]
8th February 2022

Dreamwalkers Inc – A Night At The Theater

I’m sorry that I was not able to review this material earlier, as it is released back in 2020. On the other hand, I guess it’s never too late to discover new music, and tell […]
7th February 2022

Lunar Tombfields – The Eternal Harvest

Lunar Tombfields, on paper, is already shaping up to being a very interesting band. The name of the band, Lunar Tombfields, is taken from a song found on the critically acclaimed first EP of German […]
7th February 2022

Demonztrator – Sinister Forces Of Hatred

In 2016, a Helsinki based quintet Demonztrator was founded. They started as a cover band, and their 2017 first full length album Forgotten Acts Of Aggression saw them interpreting some Finnish metal classics. Meanwhile, they […]
1st February 2022

Death Has Spoken – Call Of The Abyss

After four years of relative silence, Polish death & doom metal band Death Has Spoken are back with their sophomore album entitled Call of the Abyss. For you still unfamiliar with the band, Death Has […]
31st January 2022

Gorebag – Tethered To The Wicked Domain

It’s first time that the extreme metal label Grind To Death Records, located in Malmö (Sweden) sent me some promo materials for review. The label is primary focusing on Nordic extreme music, from grindcore to […]
19th January 2022

Labyrinth Entrance – Deplore The Vanity

Labyrinth Entrance is one-man black metal project from Poland. The author and musician behind is Hunger, responsible for all instruments and vocals! Deplore The Vanity is his sophomore album, a follow-up to the debut entitled […]
18th January 2022

Bulletproöf – Dynamite

I don’t remember having any bands from Argentina featured on these pages in the last couple of years?! Therefore, I was pretty exited when I saw that Bulletproöf are an Argentinian quartet, releasing their debut […]
18th January 2022

Pensées Nocturnes – Douce Fange

Pensées Nocturnes is a French Avantgarde Black Metal band that has crossed my path twice in the past – And since my memory is not what it used to be, I cheated a little bit […]
25th May 2021

Monster Magnet – A Better Dystopia

Recording cover songs was for decades a rare occasion, but then with rise of digital music platforms and social media it seems that there isn’t a song out there that hasn’t been covered in just […]
25th May 2021

VOLA – Witness

Applause of a Distant Crowd, the sophomore release by Danish prog band VOLA was an impressive display of quality as well as clear direction, something their debut hinted, but didn’t live up to itself. Now […]
18th May 2021

Sunbomb – Evil And Divine

Evil and Devine is the debut album from brand new project based around Stryper singer Michael Sweet and L.A. Guns guitarist Tracii Guns. On paper, the collaboration makes sense, much like Sweet’s collaboration with Dokken […]
4th May 2021

Gojira – Fortitude

It’s has been almost five years since the release of Gojira’s previous album Magma, which was followed by extensive touring where band managed to play anything from headliner shows, festivals as well as some supporting […]
7th April 2021

Smith/Kotzen – Smith/Kotzen

When it was announced that Iron Maiden guitarist and the former Poison/Mr. Big guitarist  (current solo artist and The Winery Dogs singer/guitarist) will be releasing an album, it did come as a surprise. Despite them […]
19th March 2021

Tomahawk – Tonic Immobility

Tomahawk arose as one of numerous projects Mike Patton kicked off after Faith No More dismembered two decades ago. Out of the endless line of projects he ventured into, Tomahawk is the one that leaned […]
9th March 2021

Witherfall – Curse Of Autumn

In 2017 new progressive metal band released their debut. Well it was a new band, but it consisted of people associated with Iced Earth, Circe II Circle and White Wizzard, so as such this was […]
3rd March 2021

Sunnata – Burning In Heaven, Melting On Earth

Looking at the cover artwork of Sunnata’s fourth album, there is a undeniably beauty to it as there is certain grim unease. There is also something grand to it, yet at the same time there […]
1st March 2021

Long Distance Calling – Ghost

Less than a year has passed since the release of their latest album How We Want To Live? the German instrumental band has just released a six-song EP, whose main characteristics are more focus and […]
26th February 2021

Moonspell – Hermitage

Moonspell have always been a band that was distinctively evolving throughout their almost three-decade long career and were never shy for experimenting. Through it all they managed to maintain the quality of their releases rather […]