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  • Moonglow
    • February 07, 2019

    We are entering a new era Avantasia is effectively condensed by the imagination around the Avalon and Fantasia, and has at the same time created both...

  • Who Do You Trust?
    • February 04, 2019

    There is talk about an anniversary? We have reached the 10. studio album from Papa Roach, and as a longtime listener, there was an expectation of som...

  • Slaves of the Shadow Realm
    • January 28, 2019

    From the occult to the damn The Legions of the Damned, has since 1992 pursued the dirty and think something dirty art form called thrash metal. Then...

  • When A Shadow Is Forced Into The Light
    • January 24, 2019

    SENSITIVE FINS I was not late to roar "MIIIIN", as it came to me, to Swallow the Sun appeared with a new plate. Their last release was I love, and I...

  • The Atlantic
    • January 23, 2019

    Lots of pathos and great gestures The Atlantic is the third and final part of the Swedish melo-proggere Evergreys epic 'Hymns For The Broken' trilogy...

  • Dusk Of The Ages
    • January 22, 2019

    Nothing new under the sun Furor Gallico, Gallernes Rage, is an Italian folk-metal band with everything it implies. Dusk of the Ages is their third al...

  • Ethic Of Radical Finitude
    • January 07, 2019

    Gray German lommefilosofi According to Greek mythology, means, Downfall of Gaia, something in the direction of the earth's destruction. However, ther...

  • Hounds of Perdition
    • January 07, 2019

    And what will you be when you become big? Finland is not a country that even lacks metal bands or metal artists – it almost seems that it is an appro...

  • Verkligheten
    • January 05, 2019

    Made in Sweden Stabbing the Drama, The Living Infinite, The Ride Majestic – Soilwork has created a whole shoal of amazing album. Since the mid-nineti...

  • Storm the Gates
    • January 04, 2019

    Satan and Bikerlæder Venom! The band all metalheads know, on the basis of their legendary second album: Black Metal. The vast majority know it's prob...

  • The Blackening Tide
    • December 21, 2018

    My stridshjelm has three bumps, three bumps, my stridshjelm! Danish Heidra began in earnest their outgunned back in 2014 with their first album Awati...

  • Chaos Brings Order
    • December 19, 2018

    Smooth debut exposed to dirt production Chaos = order? The first time the world became acquainted with the copenhagen quartet of Horns, was wh...

  • Extinction(s)
    • December 17, 2018

    Change of direction? No thanks Four years have passed since we last heard anything from us Unearth. The band has since albumdebuten in 2001, the stan...

  • The Scythe of Cosmic Chaos
    • December 17, 2018

    Third round with the octopus band 3. time dolls German Sulphur Aeon up from the depths with their Chutulu-forherligende anthems, and for the 3rd time...

  • IV
    • December 03, 2018

    Even a power plate to the collection IV is the fourth album in the Sinbreeds discography, but may be awarded to an astronomical ordinal in the series...

  • Monument of the End
    • November 29, 2018

    The technical groovemonstre is back 4 years have passed since the Swedish Soreption finally gave sound in the form of dial Engineering the Void , and...

  • Manor Of The Se7en Gables
    • November 28, 2018

    American/German power thrash Jim is a transatlantic band that plays american power metal, combined with a good portion teutonisk thrash. The band con...

  • Victim Of The New Disease
    • November 13, 2018

    Death shall not determine the In the shadow of the Oli Herberts death of the 17. October this year, released All That Remains' ninth album, Victim of...

  • Upon Desolate Sands
    • November 13, 2018

    Technical trio Hate Eternal is probably gradually with the six (now seven) studio albums in the luggage of a well-established name. The founder, Erik...

  • The Face Of Fear
    • November 12, 2018

    Deep in the Thrash ... again! I love and have always loved our Danish thrashstolthed: Artillery. From the time I was caught of thrash in the'80s and...

  • Wake the Sleeping Dragon!
    • November 07, 2018

    Everything is still evenly tiresome 32 years have passed since Sick of it All proclaimed, they were evenly tired of everything – a statement that mus...

  • Sorgir
    • November 06, 2018

    Hedningehegn with a good tune Skálmöld plays hedningehegn a la berserk spicy with lots of folkemusikmelodi. The band has gradually become a part of t...

  • Ritual
    • November 05, 2018

    Not so much new from the front Three years have passed since the according to the editors a little redundant slice, the Archangel, appeared. Now Soul...

  • Hallowmass
    • November 04, 2018

    American neokonservatisme Quick question: which band is the first that comes to mind when the name of the town "of Des Moines, Iowa" shows up? Even t...

  • Garden Of The Titans (Opeth Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre)
    • November 01, 2018

    Blessed by Opeth Copenhagen was blessed with two Opeth-visit during the brilliant everyday struggle Sorceress the World Tour, and both at the Copenhe...

  • Arcane Astral Aeons
    • October 31, 2018

    One out of many Sirenia is formed in the gothic wave that swept over Norway in the end of the 90's/start of the 00's, when Morten Veland was behind,...

  • Unholy Requiem
    • October 11, 2018

    New lineup = great new ideas? Pyrexia from New York has since 1990 delivered the death metal of the easy, brutal and groovy art to the masses. A few...

  • The Outer Ones
    • October 10, 2018

    Rethought modernism Not all of the modern thrash metal is the cult of The Big Four, and Revocation from Boston, is at the absolute top of their drop-...

  • In Our Wake
    • October 08, 2018

    Out in the cold Atreyu is a band that moves back and forth between the classic metalcore (a la As I Lay Dying or Killswitch Engage) and hard rock (a...

  • Electric Messiah
    • October 07, 2018

    Waking abruptly Just because you like to play heavy, it does not mean that one is not also can play fast. Just look at Matt Pike, who, in addition to...