Black metal collective The Committee stormed the metal scene with their previous records, ‘Power Through Unity’ (2014) and ‘Memorandum Occultus’ (2017). While gaining recognition with these albums, the band played both underground and well known extreme / black metal festivals. Even though it’s only been three years since their last release, the third full-length ‘Utopian […]
I don’t think that these days, you’ll find someone who doesn’t know the name Saint Vitus. The American Doomers have been running strong since 1981, and as 2019 progresses, it shows the release of another full length that comes 7 whole years after Lillie: F-65 came out into the light. This new self-titled sees the […]
On the 26th of January, a rather unusual package of epic black metal act Sojourner , post-black Harakiri for the Sky and gothic/doom metal Draconian graced the Baroeg with a visit. Three bands, united in their talent for music, and, as it turned out, for playing live mesmerizing! Read all here!
By Sam I think the zeitgeist is starting to get to me. Ever since I first began listening to metal, doom has been a genre I’ve avoided – not because I dislike the music, per se, but because I’m already such a lethargic person that the mere thought of sludgy, down-tempo riffs and hyper-distorted guitars […]
By: Ingrid It’s been a few years since I first got to hear Colorado based band The Flight Of Sleipnir and I have been impressed by them ever since. Now that they’re releasing their sixth full length album Skadi at the start of 2017 I got excited to listen to it, because this band hasn’t […]
A little more than 1,5 years ago I received The Order Of Israfel their debut album Wisdom. The ‘all-star’ band left a very good impression so I was quite excited when I received their newest album Red Robes a while ago. Already after the first spin I was pretty amazed by it and a few […]
Usually, I’m not the one to follow Doom metal as closely as other genres I like, but from time to time, my musical mood shifts to one that likes to dabble in the nice niche of Doom and/or Stoner. Unfortunately, most of these bands sound quite the same today to my ear, whether it be […]
Every now and then, it is inevitable that you come across an album that you are reluctant to review. Whether it is the style, your mood, or life, the universe and everything else. When a band manages to make that feeling disappear, it’s a damn good sign. This happened when Monotony Fields of the Finnish […]