Since Abbath has left Immortal we are being treated upon not only one, but two great acts. Immortal still exists and released the excellent “Pagan Northern Gods”. Luckily our favourite Black Metal clown Abbath has pursued his musical endeavours solo, spawning its excellent self-titled debut a few years back. Doesn’t mean that this Bathory devotee […]
Two years ago, after their show on the Wolfszeit Festival 2017, Norwegian Black Metal band Kampfar pulled the plug; their Facebook and website went black and that was it. Because of very personal reasons the band wasn’t able to continue the road they were walking on anymore and a lot of fans were left devastated […]
Every metal fan, no.. Every music fan must have come across this feeling. It doesn’t sit well with you and it feels a bit like betrayal. To the music? To the people writing the music? To yourself, because you were fooled by your own expectations? This unpleasant feeling one has to experience when walking the […]
Immortal is back! Since Abbath left to start its own endeavour (with lack of better words) it has been a long time since we heard from the mighty Immortal. Demonaz now fills the gap of Abbath which makes sense since he has always been a creative influence behind the curtains despite the fact that an […]
In a little less than a month, Norwegian black metal band Satyricon will release its new record Deep Calleth Upon Deep. When Metal-Exposure got the opportunity to talk (albeit a little hasted) with Drummer Frost (Kjetil-Vidar Haraldstad) we of course took it. What followed was a conversation about the band’s ninth studio record, looking to […]
With Massive Cauldron of Chaos, the Norwegian black metallers of 1349 arrive at their sixth studioalbum since the bands debut Liberation in 2003. During that time the band only had one misfire that carries the name Revelations of the Black Flame. One year later they took revenge with the great Demonoir. Now, more than four […]
With their previous album ‘Mare’, Kampfar went back to their roots of pure black metal, after they got lead astray. I am happy to announce that their new album ‘Djevelmakt’ continues to follow the path that Mare has lead Kampfar into. Read about that here!
I’ve always liked Vreid. But after the release of Milorg in 2009, which I still absolutely love, I lost track of them. Their latest album ‘V’ didn’t touch me like Milorg did, and I started listening less and less to Vreid. Nevertheless, I was excited to hear that they were bringing out a new album. […]