• CD review 2016
  • Be’lakor – Vessels

    Summer 2012, an afternoon in August. Upon wandering around between better known bands, I heard the last three songs of by then to me unknown Be’lakor. Amidst the Summerbreezian fields tortured by a blazing sun, I was captured and gripped by their mix of progressive yet groovy death metal. Tempo shifts, guitar solos, melodies: everything […]

  • CD review 2016
  • Gorguts – Pleiades’ Dust

    Gorguts is a technical death metal band, who have been releasing highly praised albums since the early ’90s. The most recent effort, Colored Sands from 2013, was intense and atmospheric. Pleiades’ Dust proceeds his ancestor in this aspect because the focus is on the atmosphere. This will certainly blow your mind.. Read all!

  • CD review 2016
  • Entombed A.D. – Dead Dawn

    The reincarnation of Entombed is back with their second album. After the departure of Alex Hellid in 2013 in Entombed, the four remaining members had to change the name of the band for legal reasons. Entombed A.D. was born and continued where they left in creating powerful death ‘n’ roll. The first album was released […]