14th March 2016

Monster Truck – Sittin’ Heavy

You know where you stand with a band named Monster Truck, right?! Monster Truck is a Canadian (Hamilton, Ontario) hard-rock quartet. The band has been building their reputation for some years now. In 2013 they’ve […]
14th March 2016

Crisix – From Blue to Black

Barcelona, Spain-based thrash metal band Crisix issue third full-length studio album entitled From Blue To Black through French-based Listenable Records. To be honest, this is my first encounter with this band, but definitely a positive […]
14th March 2016

Six Point Lead – Light Lies

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to present a well-travelled and well-rehearsed Melodic Death Metal band, one that has been around since early 2008. Since that time, they have released an EP and this, their full-length […]
11th March 2016

The Ward – Part of Humanity

Today has been quite a day. Before I got up this morning I did not even know that a country existed under the name Moldova, let alone that they have a very active, as well […]
10th March 2016

Burden of Life – In Cycles

Burden of Life is a German Melodic Death Metal five-piece, yet another that came into existance immediately after the start of the new millennium. Now, fourteen years later, they have released three full-length albums, and […]
9th March 2016

Rimfrost – Rimfrost

A little atypical for most bands, yet they still did it: Rimfrost releases their self-titled album later this year. That is, in and of itself, not that unusual. The fact that it is not their […]
7th March 2016

Chaos Synopsis – Seasons of Red

Eleven years ago today, four well-traveled and experienced musicans banded together to create a new band, one with roots planted firmly in to musical camps: One in Death Metal, the other in Thrash Metal, split […]
1st March 2016

Anthrax – For All Kings

Nuclear Blast built themselves quite a portfolio, nonetheless in regards to some of the most important bands from first and second wave of trash metal. And among them is another one of of those first […]
22nd February 2016

Groovenom – Pink Lion

Pink Lion is the second studio album by German trance-core shooting stars Groovenom. The band is formed in 2014 when they also released their debut Viper. Now, a couple of years later they are back […]
22nd February 2016

Coram Lethe – Heterodox

Despite not even being thirty yet, I every now and again come across an album that makes me feel very, very, (very) old. One such example is Heterodox, the fourth full-length release from Italian quartet […]
19th February 2016

Septem – Septem

Italian quintet Septem is, through empirical evicence, a band who takes their time whenever they have to do something in order to get it done right, not stopping until they are satisfied. This has both […]
17th February 2016

Malrun – Oblivion Awaits

Malrun is a Danish-based Heavy Metal band, one riddled with many influences from the Melodic Death Metal scene (most clearly noticed through the backing vocals being delivered in a low growl). And while I must […]
17th February 2016

Izegrim – The Ferryman’s End

I hope that Dutch metallers Izegrim need no further introduction to the readers of this webzine. We have followed their career since the very beginning in 1996 and now we are proud to present you […]
15th February 2016

Corners Of Sanctuary – Metal Machine

Metal Machine is a fourth studio album by Corners of Sanctuary. This band from Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) first hit the music scene in 2011, but they’ve already an impressive discography having released four albums and three […]
13th February 2016

The Cult – Hidden City

There are bands that follow you through you entire life, the bands, which in a way play a role in defining your life. These aren’t necessarily the greatest and most revolutionary bands, but rather the […]
25th April 2007

Manes – How The World Came To An End

What a great feeling it is when you discover an amazing band. You have never heard of them before and then you get blown away. Soon you find yourself trying to find more from the […]
20th April 2007

W.A.S.P. – Dominator

Blackie Lawless has given up experimenting approximately ten year ago which is pity because some of the most memorable moments in W.A.S.P.’s quarter of a century long carrier were created when he dared to try […]
1st March 2007

Moonlight Agony – Silent Waters

The beautiful artwork on the front cover of the second album by Moonlight Agony was promising allot. Maybe little bit too much. Silent Waters sees the band continuing with their vision of heavy/prog metal which […]