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  • Nightbringers
    • October 04, 2017

    The american death metal darlings strikes again Madness over Michigan The Black Dahlia Murder is, commercially speaking, a bit of a rarity on the...

  • Rough Times
    • September 28, 2017

    The German retro-trio delivers again excellent 70's-acid. But just a tad too nerdy.   Europe's most hard-working band It is the predicate that...

  • Kosmopoliturbo
    • September 28, 2017

    A mix from all over the world, in terms of both language and genres The austrian band Russkaja is back with their fifth album, and those who believed...

  • The Rise Of Starlit Fires
    • September 26, 2017

    The winter is long in Finland Force Majeure has not touched on in almost ten years, and with a new vocalist in Marcus Lång they have changed directio...

  • Slime And Punishment
    • September 25, 2017

    Round six with the municipal waste So, once again it is time for the u.s. Municipal Waste publishes a fuldlængdealbum. They have kept a longer pause;...

  • Deep calleth upon Deep
    • September 24, 2017

    Satyricon rumbles on pointless album - Profile releases 2017 has been a good year for black metal, both nationally and internationally. The heavy...

  • The Celestial Dictator
    • September 21, 2017

    Thrash 'em all! If you do not know Impalers or haven't heard metal since the start-the'80s – at the time that denimvesten still fit, and you could ne...

  • Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay
    • September 19, 2017

    Less crinoline, more læderbuks Black metal band, all black metallere love to hate is back with their 12. album, and although everything immediately is...

  • Gunmen
    • September 17, 2017

    With an iron will Alright Loves, have launched their fifth studio album, the third in just three years. The band has over the years had to carry the...

  • PumpKings
    • September 17, 2017

    Can you mention the one without mentioning the other? In order to explain who or what the master Plan is, you must understand the Helloween, which is...

  • Two Paths
    • September 14, 2017

    The kippis! Ah yes, those poor fins. They are always sorted, when the scandinavian countries pride themselves on their great accomplishments. They ma...

  • Mareridt
    • September 13, 2017

    Less black, more goth, folk and rock. Myrkur go new ways, but still with a completely magical voice Trve kvlt-people crawling out from the hide I...

  • Codex Omega
    • September 13, 2017

    Greek for beginners I have previously reviewed Greek bands and struggled to pull anything other than feta, Hygnos and the western civilization is the...

  • Totenritual
    • September 11, 2017

    Hold shit, so I don't get! Belphegor has always been a band I have been a little hard to take seriously, with their sometimes too overdrevene perve...

  • Legends Of The Shires
    • September 11, 2017

    The most ambitious Level to date? May This is the first double album from the Threshold, and for fans of the band, there are quite a few expectations...

  • The Cicada Tree
    • September 11, 2017

    Technique for the house of confusion sake? When you get stuck a plate When I got this disc to review, I got to know that it was a thrash. But as a...

  • Smoke On This...
    • September 07, 2017

    Half-hearted cosiness-rock from the legend   A quiet man kæfter up The number of lines, it is necessary to introduce Rex Brown, bassist from leg...

  • Noir
    • September 06, 2017

    21st Century Schizoid Metal What do you get when you pair All That Remains, Dream Theater, U2, Toto and Linkin Park? A serious game of musical schizo...

  • Will to Power
    • September 06, 2017

    Girl power Will to Power is Arch Enemys tenth studio album but only the second album with Alissa White-Gluz, who replaced Angela Gossow in 2014. But...

  • Innocence
    • September 04, 2017

    Italian band welcome to an angry world VEINS are a metal band from Italy, which seems to be churning out one band after the other in the moment. This...

  • Outsider
    • September 01, 2017

    Absolute top condition Canadian Comeback Kid is one of those bands that just gets better and better for each album, they spit out. Now they reached t...

  • The Optimist
    • September 01, 2017

    The old boys. And woman. As most of you know, is Anathema, a band with a few years old now. For each album they make, you can clearly feel this exper...

  • Dorval
    • August 31, 2017

    A trip down the nostalgiens dødsmetalliske path Detest... the good old Detest! A band, who for many years has been tucked well away in my metal memor...

  • Brendon Small's Galaktikon II: Become the Storm
    • August 30, 2017

    Deth without clocking If you do not know who Brendon Small, Dethklok or Metalocalypse is, you need to put you over in the corner and be ashamed. So,...

  • Under The Wings Of The Aquila
    • August 29, 2017

    Russia offers check A direct translation of the name of the band shows a relationship to black metal. That added up to depressive thoughts stored in...

  • Vagabond
    • August 29, 2017

    On the hunt for the unique sound Progressive metal can for many, be a difficult nut to crack. A sea of bands can – and rightly – blamed to be too na...

  • The Solace System
    • August 28, 2017

    The Holographic Principle – Part II It is always with a degree of skepticism, one puts ones ears to a new release with the 'outtakes' or 'leftovers'...

  • Covered In Black
    • August 25, 2017

    Yet another masterpiece from the Danish prog-kings! Denmark is very much set on the prog-map In 2014 released the Anubis Gate the formidable alb...

  • Abiogenesis
    • August 25, 2017

    I know well, which Korea it remind you of Swedish Korea has committed their third album in 14 years, and with seven years since their last one could...

  • Dictum
    • August 25, 2017

    Finally!!! Finally, is The Petulant out with their, in my world, the long-awaited debutskive, which has received the title of the Dictum, which can b...