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

Silent Circus – Rise and Fall

16th March 2017 Wade Reitz

We all make mistakes. We are all guilty of forgetting something, doing something wrong, or missing something entirely. Of Course, some mistakes are bigger than others, and some affect us in ways that we may [Read »]


Nord: Video premiere for “Shadows”

15th March 2017

A lost soul seeking for light and orientation. A man desperately fighting darkness and bad spirits in a morbid cave with nothing but a single torch. It is nearly impossible not to see an art [Read »]

Album Reviews

Behind The Sun – Post Solis

13th March 2017 Liam Savage

Hailing from South Carolina, American newcomers Behind The Sun are debuting in the metal world with their own take on progressive death.  It’s an approach which isn’t immediately recognizable or comparable to their contemporaries.  For [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 »]

Album Reviews

Cellador – Off the Grid

11th March 2017 Reinier de Vries

Off the Grid is Cellador’s 2nd full length album. In 2011 the band released an EP, but now finally there is a new release. Like on their 2006 debut Enter Deception, their style is still fast thundering melodic [Read »]

Album Reviews

Havok – Conformicide

8th March 2017 Reinier de Vries

Yeah, the new Havok album! In my opinion, Havok, together with Warbringer, Harlott, and Suicidal Angels is one of the new thrash bands that can compete with the old school eighties bands like Testament, Slayer, [Read »]