German black metal band Ultha released their killer record ‘The Inextricable Wandering’ this October. Metal-Exposure dived into the background and uncovered a little bit of this fascinating record and its dark themes. The interview was held with musicians Chris Noir (vocals, bass) and Ralph Schmidt (vocals, guitars).. Read all!
Hellenic black metal formation Lucifers Child have just released their second full length on Agonia Records. ‘The Order’ heavily leans on the influences of its big brothers in the genre: Watain, Marduk and Rotting Christ (with whom the band shares a guitarist). Does ‘The Order’ stand on its own, or will it be crushed by […]
Legends speak of a Death Metal festival that was so good, it ran for a few years and gained tremendous respect in the Extreme Metal scene, specifically the Death Metal scene. That the atmosphere in it was so nice, it was topping most of its bigger brothers in Europe, and that the people behind it […]
Any fans of Morbid Angel out there? I guess so, although I wouldn’t count myself among them. The new Hate Eternal, Upon Desolate Sands, proved me wrong in judging a book by its genre. Ready for some quality Florida tunes of death? Hate Eternal (St. Petersburg, Florida, USA) is a death/extreme metal formed by guitarist/vocalist […]
Interview with Hvàll from Vreid. On October 28th this year, Vreid released their newest album Lifehunger. A perfect opportunity for Metal-Exposure to have a chat with one of the masterminds behind the band ‘Hvàll’, also known as Jarle Kvåle. Read our chat with him here!
Inferno Metal Festival proudly present Polish black metal band MGŁA, Swedish doom metal band WITCHCRAFT, Norwegian black metal band RAGNAROK, Lithuanian post-black metal band AU-DESSUS and Netherlands old school death metal band ALTAR to next year edition of the festival! INFERNO METAL FESTIVAL 2019: OPETH – DIMMU BORGIR – HYPOCRISY – BLOODBATH – TAAKE – […]
We wanted to post this review a couple of weeks ago and apologize for the delay. Fact is, I wasn’t able to get out of my chair, since Dhyana blasted me into it. Dyana is MaYaN’s third album and hardly disappoints. Even after listening a couple of times, the record keeps me mezmerized and entertained […]
Perhaps the season is calling for it: Dealing with a de-motivational outlook of no more open air festivals by listening to some of the best releases of 2018, all crammed into a few months. Sylvaine’s third upcoming full length is definitely one of them. Sylvaine is the solo post-rock/blackgaze band formed by Katherine Shepard, a […]
It’s not often that an album comes across my desk and immediately blows me away from start to finish. And it’s even less often that I’m handed an album like that by a band I’ve known about for years – an album that completely changes my perception of that band and their music. Firtan’s sophomore […]
Usually, there’s no real need for words when speaking about Norway and it’s vast ties to Extreme Metal. It’s no secret that it has been home to some of the best name in the genre and it still is. Bergen (and it’s area), the country’s second largest city after Oslo, is home to one of […]