Album Reviews

Arch Enemy – Will To Power

5th September 2017 Thomas Nielsen

With more than ten full-length albums into their portfolio, one has to acknowledge that ARCH ENEMY are stronger than ever. There was a time when I thought that they were a light-weight, pop death metal outfit [Read »]

Album Reviews

Once Human – Evolution

31st December 2016 Thomas Nielsen

Since he left Machine Head a million years ago, Logan Mader has paid his music business dues in Soulfly, Stereo Black and now Once Human, and by having produced, mixed and mastered a long list of great [Read »]

Album Reviews

In Flames – Battles

5th November 2016 Kenn Jensen

In Flames has been my favourite melodic death metal band for ages and they are of course one of the pioneers of the Gothenburg sound along with Dark Tranquillity and At the Gates. Their early [Read »]

Album Reviews

Dark Tranquility – Atoma

3rd November 2016 Reinier de Vries

Just before this new album, main song writer and guitarist Martin Hendersson left the band. Niklas Sundin replaced him and also a new bass player Anders Iwers (Tiamat, Ceremonial Oath) joined the band. When the [Read »]

Album Reviews

Insomnium – Winter’s Gate

24th September 2016 Wade Reitz

In the world of music, a concept album is nothing new. Most artists have some sort of binding thread for their music, they just might not all follow a particular story line. In progressive, rock, [Read »]

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Martyrion – Our Dystopia

26th August 2016 Markus Falkenberg

Death Metal meets Fallout. Sounds simple, right? And yes, their idea to place their music in an obviously fictive post-apocalyptic future sounds like a gimmick, but why not? It is not as if they were [Read »]

Album Reviews

Soilwork – Death Resonance

25th August 2016 Wade Reitz

Soilwork has been around for a long time. I had not realized how long until I received their latest album, Death Resonance, for review. Formed in late 1995 by Björn “Speed” Strid and Peter Wichers, [Read »]