Canadian post-black metal entourage Numenorean left a deep and long lasting impression with their 2016 debut release Home. In the crowded genre of (depressive) post-black, they differentiated themselves with a record that stuck, hooked and was there to stay. Instead of sinking into the quagmire of mediocre ‘music by the mile’ that post-black can be(come), […]
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!
February is the biggest bummer of a month in northern Europe. The Christmas markets have long since closed, all the pretty sparkly lights are gone, and you know it’s going to be at least another month or two before the days start to feel any longer or warmer. Everything is gray and slushy and miserable; […]
There are these marvellous moments in a reviewers existence, where you dig up a gem in between the noise and a record of a previously unknown band becomes a serious contender for the year lists (and it’s July already, so why not start with a draft of that ;)). This was the case with the […]
Dutch (post)-black metal formation Terzij de Horde have released their first full length CD titled Self, in October of 2015. You may have missed it, but we haven’t. An invoking name as well as front cover, so what about the music?.. Read all!