• CD review 2017
  • Heidevolk – Vuur van Verzet

    If you have any familiarity with the folk metal genre, you will know Heidevolk. The Dutch band has been active in the scene for roughly 16 years and conquered its rightful place on countless tour posters and festival line-ups. Although the band’s own lineup has changed over the years, two pillars – drummer Joost and […]

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  • Killtown Deathfest 2018 – preview

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    We are all accustomed and used to seeing all kinds of festivals on the Scandinavian part of the European continent. As a matter of fact, it’s not so easy to make a festival that would stand out each year. Let alone one that’s based almost totally on DIY culture and holds no kind of big-name […]

  • CD review 2017
  • Watain – Trident Wolf Eclipse

    Watain have long been the topics of controversies, from the musical, through the visual, and to the ideological. Not a lot of bands out there have rose to be one of the most prominent names in the world of Black Metal, as they run over almost any opposition in the way. The Uppsala group have […]

  • CD review 2017
  • Summoning – With Doom We Come

    Ever since the release of the debut album Lugburz (1995), the atmospheric black metal masters Summoning have reigned over Middle Earth. Few bands manage to tell long lost tales in a similar, fascinating way as these Austrians do, with a truly unique sound, consisting of majestic soundscapes blended with hazy, distorted guitars. Summoning’s previous effort, […]

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  • Editors’ album picks of 2017 – Sam

    Guys, I’m overwhelmed – there just weren’t enough days in 2017 to listen to all the incredible music released this year! I feel like I haven’t even scratched the surface with this list. There are so many great records that I have to go back and spend more time with – many of which you […]