Cradle Of Filth

13th September 2017 Thomas Nielsen

Formed in England in 1991, Cradle Of Filth generated an immediate underground buzz with their early demos, before stamping their authority on the UK’s burgeoning black and death metal underground with their debut album, ‘The [Read »]

Album Reviews

Klabautamann – Smaragd

14th June 2017 Liam Savage

Music that showcases many styles and layers to encompass a band sound is always welcome to me.  I enjoy reading about the aspects of a group’s sound before delving in aurally.  With Klabautamann, the black [Read »]

Events

Heavy Agger 2017

25th May 2017 Thomas Nielsen

If you drive approximately one hour farther than the limits of what most people would call the known civilization in Denmark, you reach a place called Agger. In Agger, there are approximately 300 souls (not [Read »]

Album Reviews

Pillorian – Obsidian Arc

25th March 2017 Liam Savage

It’s always interesting when a musician who’s made a big impact within their respective field of music decides to finish it up and have a clean slate.  Such is the case with former Agalloch vocalist/guitarist [Read »]

Album Reviews

Árstíðir Lífsins – Heljarkviða

19th January 2017 Liam Savage

Árstíðir Lífsins is a band that is probably not on everyone’s radar in the current metal climate.  However, their sound is one that demands attention.  Take a beautiful pagan/folk metal background, add in heavy helpings [Read »]