Cold Night For Alligators

10th December 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Cold Night For Alligators is a respected and forward-thinking progressive metal outfit from Copenhagen, Denmark. Swaying the world with their innovative take on technical metalcore and playing numerous shows including Euroblast, UK Tech-Fest, and even the [Read »]

Album of the Month

Lost in Thought – Renascence

24th November 2018 Rick Ossian

Formed in 2007, Swansea, Wales’ Lost in Thought follow 2011’s Opus Arise with their sophomore session, Renascence.  In my less-than-perfect (so my wife reminds me) opinion, this is a bonafide prog-metal masterpiece.  Everything is there [Read »]

Lost In Thought

24th November 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

After being disbanded for nearly three years, Lost In Thought have reformed, refreshed and refocused. Lost In Thought originally formed in late 2007. The line up was then completed in 2010 which consisted of David Grey, [Read »]

Album Reviews

Viper Soup Complex – Red Fugue

5th November 2018 Rick Ossian

Malta’s Viper Soup Complex have just released their debut, Red Fugue.  There are five rather long tracks, and one relatively short one. If you are a fan of the bulk of what you’ve no doubt [Read »]

Viper Soup Complex

5th November 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Viper Soup Complex consists of five musical misfits. The band was formed in 2012 by Owen, Michael, and Julian who had just left Nisga Project and were looking for something a little heavier and more br00tal. [Read »]

Opeth

26th October 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Opeth is a Swedish progressive metal and progressive rock band from Stockholm, formed in 1989. The group has been through several personnel changes, including the replacement of every single original member. Lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Mikael Åkerfeldt has remained Opeth’s primary driving force [Read »]

Ignea

19th October 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

IGNEA is a Ukrainian metal band blending modern sound, symphonic, oriental, and progressive vibes.

Album Reviews

Haken – Vector

9th October 2018 Rick Ossian

Hot on the heels of their L+1VE ,London’s progressive metal stalwarts Haken are back with a handful of slippery sliding cacophony! Imagine a super-heavy Gentle Giant, and you’ve got some idea of what you’re dealing [Read »]

Album Reviews

Riverside – Wasteland

29th September 2018 Rick Ossian

One thing I’ve always noticed about Warsaw’s Riverside: they are a bit creepy. Granted, they have some very good tunes, and they are always on my radar (though I would have to confess not purchasing [Read »]