Aborted. This is a band that in my mind, needs no grand introduction, however that would be doing them a grave injustice. The extremely hard working death metalers based out of Belgium, have a vast body of work that extends back to the mid 1990’s. This is a band that has continuously progressed over the […]
You might know Azazel for their hilarious performance on Steelfest a few years back. For details just go to Youtube. Although it fits the bands legacy it would be pity if you don’t give Azazel a chance to delve in the music itself. Active since ’92 this band is roaming the Black Metal underground, to […]
I have always been quite fond of Dark Wave, Synth Wave, Electro, Minimal, EBM, Industrial etc. Luckily, it seems that nowadays a lot of extreme metal lovers also are into these genres. Especially Synth Wave is popular. Just look at the popularity of Perturbator, who just released the absolute smasher “Lustful Sacrements”, Carpenter Brut and […]
Any metalhead who’s into deathcore knows Carnifex, at least by name. One of the seminal bands of the genre, they revel in heavy breakdowns and dark lyrical content, frequently thematically centered around depression and suicide. This Friday they continue in character with a (mostly) heavy-as-fuck new album, “Graveside Confessions”, and it’s chock-full of nostalgia – […]
At the risk of sounding like an old fart, Deathcore is not my preferred metal subgenre in the slightest. There are a handfull of bands in the genre I do greatly enjoy, but the vast majority are not my thing. Nevertheless, I was a bit anxious to give this EP a listen to. I was […]
A concept album on one of the most well-known and infamous Roman emperors is an idea that will inevitably make people have big expectations and Ex Deo have definitely fulfilled them with this release.
One of the most prominent bands in viking metal and most unique bands in the Swedish extreme metal scene has left us waiting for eight years before releasing Vanagandr. More than 20 years after their initial successes Thyrfing is back with a new album, which a lot of folk/viking metal fans have been waiting for.
With the release of their debut full length titled Desolate, released on Season of Mist Records, Ophidian I has launched themselves into the upper echelon of technical Death Metal supremacy.