6th June 2016

MILF – More Than You

I can’t really blame you if you think of ‘Mother I’d Like to Fuck’ when you read the moniker of this Italian (Florence, Tuscany) band. Meanwhile, it is not what you think, as MILF in […]
6th June 2016

Five Minutes Hate – Explanation to Failure

Explanation to Failure is the first ever release (full-length or otherwise) from Italian quintet Five Minutes Hate, a Melodic Death Metal act that has been around for twelve years now. And in that time, they […]
1st June 2016

The Golden Grass – Coming Back Again

A few years ago this New York-based band released their self-titled debut on Svart Records. Now, they are ready with a follow-up, new 6-tracker opus entitled Coming Back Again. For our readers yet unfamiliar with […]
30th May 2016

Panychida – Haereticalia – The Night Battles

Today the newest full-length release from Czech quintet Panychida hits the stores, and I must admit that it is an album that I have been looking forward to since the release of their prevous album, […]
28th May 2016

Hellish Outcast – Stay Of Execution

Norwegian Thrash/Death metal outfit Hellish Outcast (originally founded in 2001) released their second installment Stay Of Execution almost two years ago, yet this is my first encounter with it. I don’t understand why I received […]
27th May 2016

Isolert – No Hope, No Light… Only Death

Sure, Isolert might have only existed for a single year and sure, their debut album might only have a running total consisting of just above thirty minutes, divided across six tracks and an intro. But […]
25th May 2016

Trautonist – Trautonist

Trautonist is a German duet, one that has decided to create their own take on a genre, that seems to be more and more widespread these days: They take the energy, roughness and euphoria of […]
23rd May 2016

Dark Flood – Inverno

Finnish Melodic Death Metal with a penchant for tales of life and death and the unavoidable melancholy this causes. I suppose that is as short as you can introduce Dark Flood, although I would make […]
15th May 2016

Counting Days – Liberated Sounds

Born from the fusion of members from four fairly well-known British bands (TRC, Heights, Rough Hands and Last Witness) and as such, the sheer experience and talent that the band can muster is quite high. […]
12th May 2016

The Oath – Consequences

Due to their somewhat dramatic nature and the way the band have managed to build up their music, I would classify French quintet The Oath as an almost theatrical band of performers. While their specific […]
10th May 2016

No Man Eyes – Cosmogony

No Man Eyes is an Italian Heavy Metal quartet that has existed for five years running. In that time they have released two full-length albums, the second of which is entitled Cosmogony. Within it is […]
8th May 2016

Black Bleeding – A Bright Future

Black Bleeding is one of those oldies, but goldies that you somehow never really seem to hear about until you stumble across them by accident (for me that part is true at least). The Belgium-based […]
7th May 2016

Mental Disaster – Raping the Symbol of Humanity

Mental Disaster is a Norwegian four-piece, one that has specialized in a Death and Thrash Metal mix. Perhaps not overly common, but still not unheard of. Their second full-length release, Raping the Symbol of Humanity […]
5th May 2016

Истина – Познание тьмой (Truth – Knowledge of Darkness)

This is probably the single-most impressive album that I have received in all the time that I have had the pleasure of working for Metal Revolution. As far as I know, none of my colleagues […]
5th May 2016

Them – Fear Them

Them is a so-called metal super group from USA. Usually, I’m not the biggest fan of a super groups but this one sure has some potential. Stellar musicians and members of Suffocation, Symphony X, Lanfear, […]
5th August 2007

Tool, 4th August 2007, Dom Sportova, Zagreb, Croatia

Archive press photo: Tim Candidate / Tool The interest for Tool’s headlining concerts in Europe is huge especially because they mostly play the festivals here on the old continent. Their last year’s visit to Roskilde […]
9th July 2007

Bad Religion – New Maps of Hell

There are few bands who mange to stay releavant and interesting without drastically changing the formula to their music much. Couple of good examples would be Iron Maiden and The Ramones. Bad Religion is one […]
1st June 2007

Dream Theater – Systematic Chaos

Dream Theater is one of those bands that always deliver great albums and their debut for Roadrunner in no exception. Their ninth studio album is perhaps the one that brings least experimenting which is pity. […]
1st May 2007

Shakra – Infected

With almost tens years behind them, Swiss rockers Shakra are somewhat established name in the world of hard rock. Infected is their third album with Mark Fox who replaced Pete Wiedmer back in 2001. 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 […]