7th November 2018

Witherfall – A Prelude to Sorrow

Last year the band consisting of people associated with Iced Earth, Circe II Circle and White Wizzard released their debut Nocturnes and Requiems, which proved to be a very solid and nonetheless interesting album. Since […]
6th November 2018

Antimatter – Black Market Enlightenment

Antimatter’s previous album The Judas Table saw the band focus on simpler and more stripped-down arrangements, which was fitting for album’s theme of betrayal in a romantic relationship. Black Market Enlightenment’s main theme is that […]
31st October 2018

Warrel Dane – Shadow Work

It’s has hardly been a year since passing of Nevermore/Sanctuary singer Warrel Dane and while posthumous releases are often anything, but worthy farewells, it was hard not to be excited about hearing new music form […]
23rd October 2018

VOLA – Applause of a Distant Crowd

The whole prog genre has always been characterized as a constantly evolving and vibrant. Past couple of decades in particular, have offered even more diversity to the genre whose overall narrative has always been, stepping […]
23rd October 2018

Disturbed – Evolution

Of course, it’s a marketing move, when you hype your new album as “Our ‘Black Album’”, but there is so much nonsense in such a statement even before actually hearing the album. Nevertheless, Disturbed chose […]
9th October 2018

Behemoth – I Loved You at Your Darkest

With their previous album, the 2014 opus The Satanist, Behemoth have not only created the highlight of their career, but at the same time showed the strength of broadening the horizons of the genre, whilst […]
9th October 2018

Brainstorm – Midnight Ghost

It often feels like power metal genre is the genre that has evolved least since its heyday in the 80’s. Sure, the likes of Ghost are taking the music and the whole concept in distinctive […]
28th September 2018

Riverside – Wasteland

Much has been said about sudden passing of Riverside’s founding member and guitarist Piotr Grudziński and for a while it seemed that the band, too, has come to an end. Fortunately, the band decided to […]
25th September 2018

Voivod – The Wake

Since forming in 1982 the Canadian band quickly become a band that never really could be compared with anyone else out there. Their unique fusion of trash, progressive rock and punk was unlike anything else […]
24th September 2018

Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators – Living The Dream

Back in 2010 Slash released an album that was basically his ode to different artists. The selftitled album turned out to be filled with songs written for (and in stile of) the endless line of […]