• CD review 2017
  • Myrkur – Mareridt

    Danish/American vocalist Amalie Bruun stormed the metal scene with the self titled EP Myrkur in 2014. Coming from a indie music background and daring to use her classically trained voice in black metal, Bruun was rewarded with a shitstorm on the internet and was ferociously haunted by trolls (not the cool Scandinavian type of trolls). […]

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  • MYRKUR interprets traditional Nordic folk song “De Tre Piker”

    Danish composer and classically trained multi-instrumentalist, MYRKUR, unveils her interpretation of traditional Nordic Folk song, “De Tre Piker” today. Her third single from upcoming album ‘Mareridt’ includes a stunning, lulling vocal performance alongside nyckelharpa (an ancient Swedish key harp), shaman drums and guitar. On ‘Mareridt’ (translation: Nightmare), MYRKUR explores deeper into the mysterious and the […]

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  • Satyricon – Deep calleth upon Deep

    Satyricon - Deep calleth upon Deep

    Black metal legends SATYRICON have revealed their highly anticipated ninth studio album, ‘Deep calleth upon Deep’ is set for release on 22nd September on Napalm Records. The iconic duo fronted by visionary Satyr has unveiled a lyric video for the album title track and first single from the band’s upcoming masterpiece. Listen to Satyricon – […]

  • CD review 2017
  • Limbonic Art – Spectre Abysm

    Limbonic Art

    The discography of Norwegian symphonic black metal formation Limbonic Art contains a couple of records that any fan of the genre should know and have: starting from Moon in the Scorpio (1996) to Ad Noctum – Dynasty of Death (1999). After Legacy Of Evil (2007), one of the main members of the band, Morfeus, left, […]

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  • Preview: Party San Open Air 2017

    There are but a few topics in the Metal scene which are accepted as consensus by everyone. One of those agreed-upon topics, is Party San (or Party San Metal Open Air, or PSOA for short). A festival that began as a small, underground event in the heart of Thüringen, Germany and as of 2017, grew […]

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  • Merrimack – Omegaphilia

    French black metallers Merrimack released their latest on the 9th of June 2017, ‘Omegaphilia’. Although not much new is brought with this release, I count it as one of the better releases of 2017 thusfar. As Omegaphilia (Season of Mist – Underground Activists) kicks off with a tribal rhythmic initiation on ‘Cauterizing Cosmos’, this French […]

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  • Hate – Tremendum

    A few weeks ago, I was happy to find yet another album of Hate in my inbox. It has barely been two years since I reviewed their previous album Crusade:Zero and I can’t get enough of this band, so Tremendum was welcomed in this household with open arms. Hate has walked on the blackened death […]