Album Reviews

Operation: Mindcrime – The Key

7th September 2015 Kenn Jensen

Just to make one thing perfectly clear: Geoff Tate is one of my absolute favourite metal vocalists of all time, and granted not everything he has been involved in has been of the highest calibre. [Read »]

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Stahlsarg – Comrades in Death

7th September 2015 Haydee G.

Stahlsarg emerged from Ipswich, Suffolk in 2013 when Metzger, Krieg and Destruction disbanded from Eastern Front. They were later joined by Eissturm and Eisenfaust forming the band. Metzger’s departure from the band earlier this year [Read »]

Album Reviews

Sadist – Hyaena

4th September 2015 Philippe Leconte

I am enjoying Symphony X and Between the Buried and Me these days, both serious contenders for the title of best record for 2015, digging Cradle of Filth and its bloody grand cru, banging my [Read »]

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Amorphis – Under The Red Cloud

30th August 2015 Sophie Ruhnke

After more than 25 years of extolling finnish myths musically, Amorphis once again read through the Kalevala to find new topics which could be turned into music. It’s already the 12th time that Amorphis are hitting the studio, [Read »]

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Deer Blood – Devolution

29th August 2015 Thomas Nielsen

‘Not to protect, but to extend your own freedom Let it ring, with a shotgun blast’ Excuse me? Have we heard that somewhere before? There are many ways of showing your inspiration, and borrowing phrasings [Read »]

Album Reviews

Egonaut – Deluminati

29th August 2015 Thomas Nielsen

You can hardly say that Swedish retro/stoner/doom hardrockers Egonaut offer anything new to the world of metal, but their new release is nevertheless a decent effort – however not perfect. Starting out very elegantly with the flaws [Read »]