Album Reviews

Almanac – Kingslayer

Do I have to introduce Victor Smolski? If you think yes, you better skip this and do some heavy metal history lessons first. Two other members who need no introduction are Andy B. Franck and [Read »]

Album Reviews

Drakonis – The Great Miasma

An EP so true to its black roots that even St. Patrick himself couldn’t drive out the darkness.   Drakonis remains atop the heap of death EP releases in the Northern Ireland scene.  With the release of  “The Great [Read »]

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Defecto – Nemesis

The land of Vikings is a well-known and feared kingdom of metal. Lars Ulrich, the drummer of Metallica, the heavy metal legend King Diamond & his old band Mercyful Fate, and the rockabilly rock/metal band Volbeat living [Read »]

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No Return – The Curse Within

In contradiction with their name the band returns with a new album on a regular base. I had to look it up, but this is already the 10th album of this French death/thrash combo. I [Read »]

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Luna – Swallow Me Leaden Sky

Friday, November 10th brings forth the latest release from Solitude Productions© with Luna’s “Swallow Me Leaden Sky“.  The bands third full length album to date.  With “Swallow Me Leaden Sky” Luna brings forth yet another successful and [Read »]

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Atrocity – Masters of Darkness EP

German Metal Giants, Atrocity, take center stage once again their 2017  release of “Masters of Darkness“.  Available in a limited 4-track digipak EP release as well as a limited 2-track 7” Vinyl Single that includes [Read »]

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Reptilian Illuminati – Dark/Light

Reptilian Illuminati released “Dark/Light“on September 1st of this year.  A doom metal LP totally immerssed in alien abductions with each individual track dedicated to telling ten different alien abduction stories in an artistic and musical fashion.  A fan [Read »]

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Haema – Insurrection

From the very beginning of “Insurrection” the artists of Haema pose a simple question, “What’s the point of your existence?”  As the album comes in at just seventeen minutes I dove in head first to see what this UK [Read »]

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Arrayan Path -Dawn Of Aquarius

It doesn’t happen a lot lately that a new album in the power metal genre makes me really enthusiastic. Almost all has been said and done in this genre, or should I say played and [Read »]