Album Reviews

Dreamgrave – Monuments

14th May 2018 Haydee G.

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 »]

Indie Recordings

21st January 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Indie Recordings was founded in 2005 by Erik and Espen Røhne as a side project of Indie Distribution. In 2006 Erlend Gjerde joined Indie Recordings and Indie Distribution and together they developed the label from [Read »]

Album Reviews

Lorelei – Teni Oktyabrya

2nd December 2017 /raVen/

Lorelei pushes their album “Teni Oktyabrya” (Shadows of October) into a darker, heavier, and much more hostile arena of Gothic Metal.  Pushing deeper into the depths of bleakness and exposing lyrically the stuggle and solitude of man’s suffering [Read »]

Album Reviews

Schwarzer Engel – Sinnflut

1st December 2017 Markus Falkenberg

„Schwarzer Engel“, aka „Black Angel“ is obviously a nice choice for a name for a Gothic Metal band. Also, they sing in German which is not really typical for most bands from our beloved genre. [Read »]

Album Reviews

Paradise Lost – Medusa

28th August 2017 Reinier de Vries

After Paradise Lost’s fifth album, Draconian Times, my interest in the band faded. Their music got less extreme album after album, and One Second for me was the straw that broke the camel’s back. It was with [Read »]

Paradise Lost

10th August 2017 Reinier de Vries

Founded in 1988 in Halifax, West Yorkshire, PARADISE LOST are not only known as one of the most distinctive acts in metal  their music defined the gothic subgenre and raised doom metal to a new level [Read »]