• CD review 2017
  • Septicflesh – Codex Omega Review

    Septicflesh - Codex Omega

    The Greek melodic death metal band Septicflesh has returned to the theatre with their 10th full length record: Codex Omega. Even though Communion (2008) is still seen as the band’s masterpiece, Codex Omega certainly lives up to the reputation of these Greeks making albums that are as devastating and dangerous as the thunderstorns that the […]

  • CD review 2017
  • Ulsect – Ulsect

    Late as usual, I bring you the review of the debut album of Ulsect, released on the 12th of May 2017. If you haven’t heard of them by now, you are definitely on the wrong train. With (ex-) members of Dodecahedron and Textures, this is not just another death metal band. These seasoned travellers in […]

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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 […]

  • News
  • Septicflesh premiere 360° video of first new album track

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    Greek metal titans SEPTICFLESH have revealed the first monumental song taken from their forthcoming tenth full-length, ‘Codex Omega’, which has been scheduled for release on the 1st of September. You can check out the song below! SEPTICFLESH comment: “We are proud to present the first track from the upcoming album ‘Codex Omega’. The song is […]

  • CD review 2017
  • 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 […]

  • CD review 2016
  • Bölzer – Hero

    We all hear a shitload of releases every year, right? Right. Out of all that shitload, there’s usually one or two albums that we spin again and again and again until the turntable needle digs new groves or the CD is scratched like it had a deranged cat all over it. This has happened to […]