Album Reviews

Amorphis – Queen Of Time

If there is one band that knows how to combine brutal raw music with sugar sweet melodies and folky melancholy elements it is Amorphis. With Under the Red Cloud I already thought that they made [Read »]

Album Reviews

Defiatory – Hades Rising

Starting fast with  singing lines in early Slayer style, Swedish Defiatory shows immediately where they stand for. ‘Dance Of the Dead follows with galopping riffs in Bay Area style and influences of bands such as [Read »]

Album Reviews

Dreamgrave – Monuments

Dreamgrave is a Hungarian metal act with an overreaching charm. Their humble beginnings started in 2012 with aims of blending numerous styles together with progressive themes. Years later they ventured into newer territories and presently [Read »]

Album Reviews

Lik – Carnage

Many old school Swedish death metal lovers find Left Hand Path and Like An Ever Flowing Stream, the holy grails of the typical Swedish style. Well, they are right, but they forget to mention one band. [Read »]

Album Reviews

Dream Troll – The Witch’s Curse

Heavy Metal? Power Metal? Or maybe rather fantasy Metal? Dream Troll’s EP “The Witch’s Curse” is hard to categorise, but the aforementioned catchphrases should be more than enough to conjure up memories of sword & [Read »]

Album of the Month

Overkill – Live in Overhausen

There are gigs you’d like to go to and miss out on, and then there are gigs that you’d really, really like to go to and miss out on. OVERKILL’s celebration of two milestone releases, [Read »]

Album Reviews

W.E.T. – Earthrage

Earthrage might just be the most anticipated release in hard rock circles this year, and with good reason because their two previous albums have both been stellar releases. The Swedish super-group W.E.T. consists of Robert [Read »]