Album of the Month

Devil You Know – They Bleed Red

2nd November 2015 Cristina

It’s safe to say that every fan of the Howard Jones-era in Killswitch Engage got really excited when Devil You Know, a new project featuring the aforementioned vocalist, released their first album last year. It [Read »]

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Novelists – Souvenirs

30th October 2015 Cristina

Novelists is a young band from France that is releasing its debut album Souvenirs in a week. I happen to have read their name on annisokay’s Facebook page, as Novelists were on tour with them [Read »]

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Whispering Woods – Perditus et Dea

25th October 2015 Cristina

Let’s leave out the fact that Perditus et Dea has been released in February – firstly, there’s no doubt that this album is no light fare, and secondly, it somehow got buried under the monstrous [Read »]

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Postcards From Arkham – Aeons

24th October 2015 Cristina

Everyone can surely name at least one album based on World War II. Or mythology. Or political issues… but albums based on novels? I guess that many will probably think of Kamelot’s “Epica” and “The [Read »]

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Children Of Bodom – I Worship Chaos

25th September 2015 Cristina

Alright, I’m willing to admit that I’ve never really been a Children Of Bodom fan. When I discovered them years ago, I was sure that I wouldn’t listen to them again any time soon. Strangely [Read »]

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The Great Discord – Echoes (EP)

11th September 2015 Cristina

Reaching beyond the limits of traditional metal has been popular since quite some time and there are a couple of great examples that prove how fresh metal can sound if you dare to try to [Read »]


Shining publish complete European tour dates

1st September 2015

SHINING have released the full schedule regarding their European shows in autumn 2015. The Swedes will be eschewing the usual practice of dragging bands on lengthy tours through several countries in favour of shorter runs on a country-by-country basis. During [Read »]