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  • Xenocide
    • April 02, 2017

    Aversions Crown breaks the code, and to make solid and innovative deathcore   More of the same? No, fortunately not Sorry, but I can damn well no...

  • Contingent
    • March 30, 2017

      Even a success!   Pyramaze returns If you do not know Pyramaze, here's a quick review: Pyramaze since 2004, blown danes and americans, through...

  • Prime Creation
    • March 29, 2017

    Sing-a-long If you were a fan of Morifade (here I must be completely honest: I had never heard of them) and Swedish metal in general, one should just...

  • Woe To The Vanquished
    • March 28, 2017

    California Warbringer enriches the contaminated the world with yet another excellent thrash album Devastating metalkrigsførelse There is certainl...

  • For The Fallen
    • March 28, 2017

    Fallen, but never forgotten Karl Willetts is the brain behind the project, Memoriam, and according to him the band was created from the idea of honor...

  • Rebels
    • March 27, 2017

    Old school with new sound   True metal is on the menu Majesty describes their own music as the TRUE METAL. This type of genre is usually defined as...

  • About Time
    • March 21, 2017

    Sweaty sideburns and too tight jeans Retro metal hit me in the ass as a militærstøvle. I'm wishy-washy with the dirt, and the guard is already hang...

  • This Is Goodbye
    • March 17, 2017

    New record, new identity Nothing is as you expect Swedish Imminence saw the light of day back in 2010, when vocalist Eddie Berg and guitarist Hara...

  • Revangels
    • March 15, 2017

    Denmark metalsymfoni Akoma is the first decent shot, Denmark has a "female-fronted-symphonic-metal"-band. Thus, it is the same ballgame as Nightwish...

  • Kodama
    • March 14, 2017

    Japanese inspired French music The French duo Alcest have released their 5. studio album in the form of Kodama. Kodama means in japanese a kind of sp...

  • Redemption
    • March 14, 2017

    The festival of hope! Pectora is a Roskilde-based quintet. Founded in 2011, they have played around the country with some of the more respected ban...

  • Conformicide
    • March 13, 2017

    Denver-based thrash – funk-bass! Denver-thrash Havok is an american thrashband from something so (in the thrash context) the atypical as Denver, C...

  • Obituary
    • March 13, 2017

    Obituary Usually, when one chooses to name an album after the band, so it's the first album and because the band would like to bring attention to the...

  • City Of Sin
    • March 12, 2017

    Rockabilly-the boys play up for the dance   The golden recipe The copenhagen quartet Grumpynators released in 2015 his debut Wonderland, which w...

  • Syncretism
    • March 11, 2017

    Dutch death metal should be taken seriously They started back in the'80s and put the focus back in those days, but they can still follow suit and fol...

  • War Of Dragons
    • March 11, 2017

    The recipe for power Bloodbound know what works, and they also know how to get it to work. And yet. The band itself has a handle on how to play the p...

  • Orm
    • March 11, 2017

    The worm hugger, spreading his poison and envelops your body and soul in an endless black hole Man and nature in the relentless struggle in a dark...

  • Musikalsk Malpraksis
    • March 09, 2017

    Round rock, missing edge Straight outta Jutland The royal firemandsprojekt EASY already have two EP's on his conscience, and now they are ready to...

  • The 5th
    • March 07, 2017

    Don't expect great monumental art, but instead solid dull craft The hard 5'is From Schweinfurt! and then you know well, that one is in Germany - c...

  • Conflict
    • March 07, 2017

    Inclusion of Spanish plays raging great thrash! Distinguished debut In 2012 the band Betrayer for the first time saw the light of day. They quickl...

  • Blind World
    • March 07, 2017

    The potential and the ambitions are big on Ghost Iris' second and so far best album The large munitions are being driven into position Ghost Iris...

  • A Kingdom To Disappear
    • March 05, 2017

    A little bit of everything without anything We are waiting since just With a coffee break of 13 years had most probably doomed German Pyogenesis o...

  • Torment
    • March 05, 2017

    Cookie Monster-frontet groovende death metal returns – as always. Chris strikes back! Six Feet Under started as a side project for Chris Barnes, w...

  • Atonement
    • March 03, 2017

    It is always one band. One band which gets you to listen to a genre, even if it's not your favorite. They've done it again Immolation is one of th...

  • Bringer Of Pain
    • March 01, 2017

    Noora unleashes his beast of a voice for singing free The beast strikes again Finnish Battle Beast continue their raserende behaviour with the fou...

  • In The Passing Light of Day
    • March 01, 2017

    The progressive swedes take the good with the bad on their tenth album Best album to date, which in length are a bit too perfect The band started...

  • When The Smoke Clears
    • February 27, 2017

    Hardcore-the boys from NYC are celebrating the band's 30 years with new EP 30 years of hardcore Sick Of It All celebrating the 30 years of each ot...

  • Emissary Of All Plagues
    • February 26, 2017

    Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds Revel in Flesh symbolizes, if any, German efficiency. In a little over four years they have made four...

  • Look At Yourself
    • February 23, 2017

    New album, new bandmates, but everything else is as it usually is – just fatter You Asked For It That has been said so many nasty things of Emmure...

  • Cauchemar
    • February 22, 2017

    Groovy, eh? Canadian metal? Is that a thing? Would you make a list all the american bands, you know the one, the list would approach the endless....