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 Reviews

Burning Hatred – Carnage

29th June 2017 Reinier de Vries

If you would like some history about Burning Hatred, I advise you to click on the band’s name above. I am going to immediately talk about the new album Carnage! This is not a completely new [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

Nervochaos – Nyctophilia

14th April 2017 Reinier de Vries

When I found a bunch of cd’s in the mail, sent by one of my review colleagues, this album of Nervochaos wasn’t the first that I payed attention to. The dark blue-ish cover artwork with [Read »]

Album Reviews

Obituary – Obituary

17th March 2017 Reinier de Vries

A new Obituary album is like a cold beer on a hot summer’s day. You are looking forward to it with thirst, you know exactly what to expect, and it never disappoints. From the first tune [Read »]

Album Reviews

Memoriam – For The Fallen

12th March 2017 Thomas Nielsen

When Bolt Thrower announced that they would no longer continue following the untimely demise of Martin Kearns, I was gutted. It had become a bit of a crusade for me to see the near legendary [Read »]