10th October 2016

Heimdalls Wacht – Geisterseher

Heimdalls Wacht is a German Black Metal quintet, one that recently partially re-invented itself when they added a new drummer and and additional vocalist to their already very experienced line-up. And, in order to celebrate […]
7th October 2016

Insane Vesper – Layil

I do believe to have mentioned (on numerous occasions) that I have a penchant for French Black Metal bands; The more French the band is, the better one could almost argue. That is probably why […]
6th October 2016

Albez Duz – Wings Of Tzinacan

Albez Duz (Albez Duz is a German language used 800 years ago, with “Albez” meaning “swan” and “Duz” meaning “noisiness” or “rush.”), is an occult doom unit that first emerged in Berlin in 2006. Initially […]
6th October 2016

Defiant – Time Isn’t Healing

Defiant is a Ukranian Power Metal quintet, one that has been around and making music since 2008, with the first EP being released in 2010. Later this year the bands second full-length release (entitled Time […]
27th September 2016

Grieving Mirth – Calamitosvs Omine

Grieving Mirth is quite an ambitious international project, made up of three musicians: One from England, one from Mexico and one from the United States. These three seem to have a common interest in creating […]
21st September 2016

Eric Johnson – Europe Live

Again I sit here listening to one of the album released almost two years ago, but despite of the fact it is old, it doesn’t mean that it’s good. Eric Johnson is the name of […]
20th September 2016

Meshiaak – Alliance of Thieves

Despite having only existed for two years as a band and so far released a single full-length release, Meshiaak has nonetheless created quite a bit of stir in my little head. Most noticeably because they […]
19th September 2016

Sticky Boys – Make Art

Despite having their own website, I have been able to learn precious little about this band (which seems to be a trend I somehow got into – I cannot say that I am a fan. […]
16th September 2016

Exp. Zeroone – Bioscrape

Exp. Zeroone is a band that I have had an almost notoriously hard time learning anything about, so I hope that you will bear with me and accept that I can tell very little about […]
14th September 2016

Pineal – Smiling Cult

Pineal are a relatively new british progressive trio founded in 2012 in London. In the time of the release of their first release Smiling Cult, the band were still unsigned. Smiling Cult is band’s debut […]
14th September 2016

Dan Deagh Wealcan – Fragmented Counsciousness

I remember having severe problems with defining and wrapping my head around Dan Deagh Wealcan at some point in the past, due to their rather (for me) peculiar and unique nature. Their newest release, Fragmented […]
12th September 2016

Bitterness – Resurrexodus

Bitterness is a German trio originally picthed to me a an ‘old-school Thrash Metal band’. Upon closer inspection, however, that quickly proved not to be the case. Examining this, their newest release (and sixth full-length […]
9th September 2016

Arsis – We Are The Nightmare (Re-release)

First of all, I might as well be blunt and admit that We Are The Nightmare is an album that offers absolutely nothing new – Quite litterally since, as mentioned in the title, it is […]
8th September 2016

Saga – Sagacity

Sagacity is the second album with original Saga vocalist Michael Sadler. The album was released in 2014, but it is not long time ago that for some reason I received it for review?! I’m not […]
8th September 2016

Shadow Rebels – Oversleep Hurricane

Shadow Rebels is an Israeli trio, one that is seemingly well known for experimenting heavily with their sound. According to Metal Scrap Records, they are, at their core, a Grunge band, but pulls in influences […]
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 […]