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  • Henbane
    • June 20, 2013

    Mediocre chaotic black metal from Poland! Cultes Des Ghoules are a Polish black metal, which started out back in 2004, and has since released two EP's...

  • Omega Arcane
    • June 17, 2013

    With Omega Arcane framework Shade Empire spot in the symphonic blackmetal pot. Shade Empire is a Finnish symphonic blackmetal band, which has roots...

  • Novum Initium
    • June 12, 2013

    Cliché-infested power metal at it's best Master plan to play power metal, and has done so since 2001. They were formed when two members of Hellowee...

  • Traveller
    • June 12, 2013

    The perfect soundtrack for a ride on motorcycle wearing leather jacket We know well all the people here, as with everything they can possibly get n...

  • vo Chrieger u Drache
    • June 12, 2013

    Go to war with an accordion in the luggage Excelsis was formed in Switzerland in 1996, and has since retained roughly the same sound: Power metal wit...

  • Shaman
    • June 11, 2013

    Where is the shaman? Swedish Eldkraft describes itself as a "musical constellation" whose foundation is in the epic metal. They are so new that they...

  • IV: Stigmata
    • June 09, 2013

    Neglected cypriots do it again! A new album by Arrayan Path has, for this reviewer, has been long awaited since its predecessor, the Ira Imperium 20...

  • Deceiver Of The Gods
    • June 09, 2013

    Yet another stroke of genius to the collection Swedish Amon Amarth was formed in 1992, from the ashes of grindcorebandet Scum. They released their...

  • As Death Awakes
    • June 07, 2013

    Vicious thrash metal from the underworld Deathstorm is a trio from Austria, who plays thrash metal with black metal influence. The band started back...

  • 9 Sins
    • June 06, 2013

    Taunted never reach up and play with the heavy thrash'is on the 9 Sins Taunted from San Fransisco want to follow in the footsteps of Testament and Ma...

  • ABachalypse Now
    • June 05, 2013

    A live album we would have be in addition to Sebastian Bach is an old man. He is best known as the lead singer for Skid Row, but was fired in 1996. T...

  • The Land Of New Hope
    • June 05, 2013

    Not the most successful metal opera Timo Tolkki, best known from the band Stratovarius was, as seen before, the desire to make a metal opera. The he...

  • World Lobotomy
    • June 04, 2013

    Mediocre death metal with a lack of creativity and originality Paganizer is a death metal band from Sweden who have released their ninth studio album...

  • High Priest of Saturn
    • June 03, 2013

    Debut album from the high priest High Priest of Saturn are a new band on the Norwegian stoner/doom metal scene. With influences from the stoner met...

  • Polygon Of Eyes
    • June 03, 2013

    They can do something in Austin, Texas In addition to being a democratic oasis in an otherwise republikanerplettet maps in Texas, the city of Austi...

  • Uprising
    • May 31, 2013

    The british metalscenes perhaps the greatest talent delivers a nice breath of fresh air. Bleed from Within is a relatively new metalcore band, as of...

  • Sol austan, Mani vestan
    • May 31, 2013

    How many people here also miss the Vargs old music? It is probably of the few that doesn't ring a bell, when I mention Varg Vikernes and his project...

  • Nagelfar
    • May 29, 2013

    70% music, 30% metal Miss you more people in the folk-metal? Then Fejd is just for you. They are Swedish, they are a mix of a folk duo and a metal ba...

  • Monster
    • May 27, 2013

    Glam is not dead with the KISS, which celebrate the 20. studio album with a lot of cowbell KISS is back with the cowbell and partymetal to start th...

  • Okkult
    • May 27, 2013

    Symphonic death metal – Yes sir! German Atrocity started playing grindcore in 1985, but later switched to death metal, in 1989. They have since varie...

  • No Gods, No Masters Vol 1
    • May 27, 2013

    A touch of error No Gods, No Masters Vol 1 unbearable to listen to Sinocence is from the exotic northern Ireland, and are ready with their third albu...

  • Death Of A Hero
    • May 27, 2013

    Powerful weight vs. trivial idle Sometimes things can go a little too strong for new bands, in each case, should these, undoubtedly, enthusiastic an...

  • Oscillation
    • May 26, 2013

    Symphonic swan song from the Norwegian gothere The roots in the Trail of Tears extends back to 1994 when It was formed, but that in 1997 was changed...

  • II: Mistral
    • May 26, 2013

    "Widescreen cinema for your ears" They play progressive metal, with elements of rock, jazz, folk and soundtracks. They do not use the vocalist, hen...

  • Eternal Defiance
    • May 24, 2013

    Germany's answer to Ensiferum publishes yet another completed album. German Suidakra has gradually been active in quite a few years, and Eternal De...

  • Homo Gusticus
    • May 24, 2013

    Zombie-death for full crush Dødsmetallen has since slutfirserne, where it arose as an extreme brand of thrash-metallen, developed into a lot of sub...

  • Utopia
    • May 22, 2013

    So get there game up to the dance at the grand prix segment In these days the country has gone into overdrive over the eurovision song contest; and...

  • Reach Beyond The Sun
    • May 21, 2013

    The chaos that burn for beauty Shai Hulud comes from Floria in the UNITED states. They play Hardcore metal with small elements from progressive metal...

  • Adamant
    • May 21, 2013

    Rammstein Jr. The name Stahlmann looking at German industrial metalleres live performance. When they appear, a painter with a silver kropsmaling and...

  • Arms And The Covenant
    • May 19, 2013

    With the Collapse in front the future looks bright for british metal In the February issue of the british magazine Metal Hammer was there brought a...