Album of the Month

Amorphis – Queen Of Time

17th May 2018 Reinier de Vries

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 of the Month

Ostura – The Room

17th March 2018 Rick Ossian

Ostura is a five-piece outfit from Lebanon.  They are on their second album.  If you’ve never heard them before, then you are in for a rare treat.  If you are a fan of prog metal, [Read »]

Album of the Month

Day Six – Solitary League

13th December 2017 Reinier de Vries

At the end of this year I probably need to change my year end list of best 2017  (progressive) releases. Ayreon released The Source in april this year and that was a fine and good one. Now Day [Read »]

Album of the Month

Defecto – Nemesis

14th November 2017 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

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 »]

Album of the Month

Incertain – Rats In Palaces

15th September 2017 Markus Falkenberg

Incertain is an example that one should not mistake youth for a lack of experience, or even for a lack of talent, because Incertain has plenty of both! There is something very appealing to hear [Read »]

Album of the Month

Exit Eden – Rhapsodies In Black

3rd August 2017 Lotty Whittingham

EXIT EDEN has four different singers from four different countries and four different backgrounds, yet they all fit together to create one upcoming group that will blow you away. What one thing do these singers have [Read »]