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  • Applause Of A Distant Crowd
    • October 06, 2018

    The anticipation of pleasure and pressure En Vola in 2015 released Inmazes, took their so-called Mewshuggah-style me by storm. Are you unfamiliar wit...

  • I Loved You At Your Darkest
    • October 04, 2018

    BOO'emoth If you know the Behemoth, as do also their frontman, Adam Nergal Darski. He has never been sky or hiding away from the camera, on the contr...

  • The Golden Moth
    • October 02, 2018

    Dark Sarah on a new adventure This is my first meeting with the Finnish Dark Sarah, despite the fact that it is the band's third album since 2015. Th...

  • Wasteland
    • September 30, 2018

    When Steven met Mikael There was something cutting-edge at the time Porcupine Trees Steven Wilson ran into the Band Mikael Åkerfeldt. Prog met metal...

  • 1991.Bloodstained
    • September 26, 2018

    Early avant-gardister Despite the fact that the Italian Gory Blister has been around since 1991, they are not just a well-known name on the dødsmetal...

  • A New Kind Of Horror
    • September 26, 2018

    Dance or I shoot Just at the edge of the two years have passed since the galningene in Anaal Nathrakh lately gifted us with yet another psychotic dis...

  • Head Cage
    • September 24, 2018

    Typically torture Grindcore is not a genre for everyone. It is noise, it is short, it is intense and it is a little bit disgusting. Grindcore is proh...

  • TCBT
    • September 20, 2018

    From the south with the groovy metal Black Tusk is a band that always stood in the shadow of other bands from our hometown. There are significantly m...

  • The Wake
    • September 20, 2018

    Korgüll, Kluskap O'Kom, Morpheus and all the other... Few bands in rock history is the genuine progressive. Most so-called progressive bands – their...

  • Overtures of Blasphemy
    • September 20, 2018

    Well-known blasfemikere When it comes to death metal, Deicide one of the bands that almost does not need any introduction. Not because of the amount...

  • Cast in Stone
    • September 15, 2018

    Almost 30 years behind When it comes to the progressive rock and metal music in Denmark, it is hard to get outside of copenhagen, the Royal Hunt. Si...

  • Gateways
    • September 12, 2018

    Rousing retro-rock from the icelandic company. Well-known, but successful The icelandic trio The Vintage Caravan have twelve years and three al...

  • Forever Warriors
    • August 06, 2018

    God Save the Queen Dorothee Pesch, known as Doro, is a legend. She has since '82 proved that in metallens world it's full no matter, whether you have...

  • Liquid Anatomy
    • August 04, 2018

    Germany's best side project, do it again.   2 + 2 = 5 There can occur magic, when like-minded musicians come together across bands and inspirati...

  • Long Night's Journey Into Day
    • July 30, 2018

    Progressive or technical What must the metal include, before you can call it progressive? If you ask Mr Yli-Sirniö (which I did), it must have roots...

  • Ecstasy
    • July 29, 2018

    Stadionrock anno 2018 is not so crazy It's alive! Do you hear, dear reader, among those who think the 80's the grandiose stadionrock is dead? Ar...

  • To Kill to Live to Kill
    • July 29, 2018

    Danish veterans in the horror mode Manticora is a band, I occasionally encountered during my movements in the Danish metalverden. They released in 1...

  • The Sacrament Of Sin
    • July 27, 2018

    Lupus Penis Major   Nihil Sub Germania If you are not familiar with Powerwolf, you must have something in mind. The new wave of hittende power me...

  • Eat the Elephant
    • July 15, 2018

    Better late than never Maynard James Keenan is a popular and busy lord. Not enough with, he is the lead singer of A Perfect Circle, so is he I also t...

  • The Wolf Bites Back
    • July 11, 2018

    Breakthrough lets wait for itself The English stoner metal veterans Orange Goblin has recently posted their 10. response on the street, and impressiv...

  • A Dying Machine
    • July 05, 2018

    Expectations are screwed in the weather Mark Tremonti is a busy man. When he not touring the world thin with Alter Bridge, he plays in his solo proje...

  • Gravity
    • July 01, 2018

    To navigate the in-core sump One of 00'the big metalcorebands is at it again. The welsh Bullet For My Valentine have the last few years ridden on the...

  • Northern Chaos Gods
    • June 28, 2018

    Many years of waiting... Nine years... Yes, so long has passed since we last heard anything from the self-declared "sons of northern darkness". Immor...

  • Emptiness Fills The Void
    • June 26, 2018

    Hey, was it not...? Swiss Stortregn is for the fourth time ready to tell us how they believe that melo-death/black sound and be interpreted. Already...

  • Reaping What is Left
    • June 26, 2018

    Teutonisk nedrivningshammer for real Austrian Deathstorm began his career with an EP back in 2011 called Storming with menace, and is a bit tyskerthr...

  • Machine
    • June 25, 2018

    Solid and highly immersive album from the swiss all-the rock masters Ahaaaaaaahh, is it them? Yes, damn it! Swiss 69 Chambers may not be a band t...

  • Viktoria
    • June 17, 2018

    Maybe, maybe not Marduk has been pretty much in the spotlight at the latest, and it is not only because they have knitted a new round of irate black...

  • The Dystopian
    • June 10, 2018

    Abyss of the underground Abyss has since their start back in 2006 has emerged as one of the Swedish Hardcore - subway more productive bands. Besides...

  • Dust To Gold
    • June 04, 2018

    Cover band led to more Originally started Hell Hofer and Hampus Klang with low covers of various 80's bands and was fine with it, until the 2001 deci...

  • Prequelle
    • June 02, 2018

    Cleric lunatic The Ghost has just as many fanatical worshippers, which they have vehemently opposed. Their theatrical music has become affejet with a...