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  • To Fathom the Master's Grand Design
    • January 13, 2020

    It was a dark and stormy night... Bergen, 1992: In a strange case, meet Lemmy from Motörhead and black metal from Darkthrone a dark night – or was it...

  • Adrasteia
    • January 11, 2020

    The titans I have a secret: I know nothing about hellenistic black metal. Nothing about Necromantia, nothing about Varathron, nothing about Rotting C...

  • Unhumanized
    • January 08, 2020

    The other three wise men It is easy to see the pioneers as the wise men from a bygone era that created metalgenrerne and then to leave the earth in s...

  • Macro
    • December 30, 2019

    Wind in the sails 2019 has been a terrific year for the Ukrainian Jinjer. The band has had plenty of media attention, toured the world thin with a bl...

  • Death Atlas
    • December 16, 2019

    Grind 'em All Cattle Decapitation, the band has never made a secret of their views and opinions. These are expressed through violent album covers as...

  • Enraged And Unbound
    • December 05, 2019

    British brutality Technical death metal and brutal death metal are below for each of its criticisms. How many of us have heard or even said, that tec...

  • Crossing the Blades
    • December 04, 2019

    News from the pirates ' world Running Wild is in the wider circles, probably best known for having invented one of the more bizarre sub-genres in met...

  • Ancient Winter
    • November 26, 2019

    Higher standards In the symphonic metal comes the "symphonic" element, as a rule, of the instrument. It is simply more convenient. In folkeinspireret...

  • The Fire I Long For
    • November 24, 2019

    Much more than a hyggeprojekt When Candlemass-mastermind Leif Edling of medical reasons, left the Avatarium in the middle of the 2010's, we were prob...

  • Undress Your Madness
    • November 15, 2019

    Good news and bad news What are the metal bands that had their origin – and, as a rule, the heyday – in the 1980s, churning out here 30 years later s...

  • Pitfalls
    • November 13, 2019

    Leprous has been on the field for almost 20 years and have continuously undergone a development, when it comes to their albums. Pitfalls is the sixth...

  • Dominion
    • November 06, 2019

    Classic powermetal in the same pipeline Swedish Hammerfall has long been a big name in the powermetal genre. From the debut album Glory to The Brave...

  • Nilotic Rites
    • November 01, 2019

    Death of the Nile The u.s. dødsveteraner Nile has been around since 1993, and has since her debut in 1998 released a steady stream of albums. Work wi...

  • Walk the Sky
    • October 29, 2019

    Busy gentlemen Are you into modern rock music, you're probably familiar with Alter Bridge. The american quartet has been in progress for 15 years, to...

  • Spiritual Instinct
    • October 23, 2019

    The alarm window rouge Dear reader, I feel I have to start this review with a warning. This review may seem, as if it was ripped out of Its kulturseg...

  • The Sound of Scars
    • October 23, 2019

    Masterful hardrock with an important message 1993 revisited A few years ago did the american Life Of Agony a terrific comeback with a solid al...

  • Daemon
    • October 22, 2019

    Mission Mayhem Mayhem need absolutely no introduction. Even people who do not belong to Norwegian black metal or metal in general, knows the story ab...

  • The Hallow Mass
    • October 22, 2019

    30 years, three albums It is not a long time ago, I notified the Denial of Gods EP, The Shapeless Mass – in fact, only a little under four months. Th...

  • Alpha and the Omega
    • October 18, 2019

    Associate the fists Metalhistorien look with wrinkled brows, on Chaos A. D. and Vulgar Display of Power, and the discussions rarely go on, whether th...

  • Yonder Yawns the Universe
    • October 16, 2019

    Short compositions It is difficult to notify experimental music. What if you just fail to understand what is going on? If the music is so amorphous,...

  • Into the Vast Uncharted
    • October 12, 2019

    The Norwegian-Swedish metalfejde When people talk about black metal, it would probably be Norway, the first country most people associate with the ge...

  • The Last Rager
    • October 11, 2019

    There is still a party in the garage The american crossover-thrashere in Municipal Waste is back, and this time it's with yet another EP, The Last Pr...

  • Necrophaze
    • October 11, 2019

    Ups and downs Joseph Poole aka Wednesday 13 is a hardworking man and I have great respect for. Since the beginning of the 90's, he has created horror...

  • Heart Like a Grave
    • October 03, 2019

    Metal bias Here on heavymetal.dk we love Insomnium, and their last three releases have all got nine or ten skulls. In fact, we must all the way back...

  • True North
    • September 27, 2019

    Hippie Black?! Norwegian Borknagar is a fun band. Fun in the sense that no two of their releases are the same, and they have done exactly what they w...

  • In Cauda Venenum
    • September 25, 2019

    MOGA Opeth is one of those bands that manages to divide the waters among metalfolket. The last year's departure has founded a religion whose purpose...

  • Reader of the Runes
    • September 20, 2019

    People power Elvenking have written epic songs about runes, troldkarle and mysterious racer, since their debut Heathenreel was released in the year 2...

  • Järtecken
    • September 20, 2019

    Industrious vikings About a month ago notified I the Swedish doomere Isoles Dystopia with a middelkarakter to follow. But even though I had a mixed i...

  • Another State of Grace
    • September 18, 2019

    Lizzy-light Ever since Thin Lizzy had their commercial breakthrough in the mid-seventies, they have served as inspiration for the vast majority of Ha...

  • Talviyö
    • September 18, 2019

    The idea was at least good   The story continues, unfortunately Good old Sonata Arctica. A band of the greats within the power metalgenren, which...