Through the years I sometimes lost track of this band. Especially Relentless Reckless Forever and Halo Of Blood just couldn’t get me excited for some reason; but now with the release of I Worship Chaos they totally have me back again. The album had to grow a bit on me, but now after endless spins, […]
With Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards, Gloryhammer packs a punch and delivers a great power metal album. The lyrics are funny, yet catchy and the riffs and musically it is all very well put together. As always, these songs will be amazing on stage! Read all!
Horna are back from the abyss, and have unleashed another piece of grim black metal with their newest album Hengen Tulet. Since their foundation 20 years ago, the band around mastermind Shatraug have captured the essence of the early nineties Scandinavian black metal throughout their extensive discography. Let’s see what chapter Hengen Tulet adds to […]
The Norwegian black metal formation Tsjuder have a new album out, called Antiliv. Treat yourself to a trademark effort from this band: a hellish assault with a rhythmic edge that will get your head bobbing in instant. Antiliv is exactly the kind of album you need while the days are getting shorter.. Read all!
Swedens most famous occult rock band Ghost are back with their third offering Meliora. The band has ‘departed’ with former front man Papa Emeritus II, who is succeeded by his three month younger brother Papa Emeritus III, or, as we like the refer to him in the Netherlands: Sinterklaas (Google is your friend).. Read all!
Myrkur has attracted a lot of attention after her initial self titled killer EP. Her debut album, simply called ‘M’, is due on August 21st. Will she deliver to the standards and expectations the hype around her has formed? Two answers: (1) yes, and (2) yes – here is why.. Read all!
The reigning pharaohs of Egyptian-themed metal Nile are about to scourge their people with their 8th studio album, What Should Not Be Unearthed. Can you expect the trademark Nile sound in the form of technical riffs, the whipping blast beats of George Kollias and the disturbing gutturals of Karl Sanders? Yes, Nile are Nile and […]
“You say you didn’t cause all this. Your God did!” The twelfth studio album of the Canadian death metal outfit Kataklysm kicks off with an excerpt of Ridley Scott’s movie Exodus. Of Ghosts and Gods covers the relationship that humanity has with its inevitable death and the Gods who have been conjured up to deal […]