CD review INTER ARMA ‘Sulphur English’

(9/10) Richmond, VA is the homebase of this powerful Metal band that releases with 'Sulphur English' their fourth full-length album in their 13th year of existence. Frontman Mike Paparo describes the new album as being 'definitely a fuck-you to people' and I think it describes this longplayer extremely well. 'Sulphur English' is a raging record... Continue Reading →

CD review SLÆGT ‘Black Bombs’ – 7″

(8/10) 'Black Bombs' is an in between release from Danish metal outfit Slægt. After having released the critically acclaimed 'The Wheel' album it's this two-tracks single release that offers more songs taken from the recording session. The title track is a blackened metal anthem that sounds extremely well. Heavy rolling riffs, hoarse vocals and a... Continue Reading →

CD review ASTRAL DOORS ‘Worship or Die’

(8/10) What comes to your mind if you read about Astral Doors? I guess it's Dio, Black Sabbath and more traditional heavy metal. Frontman Nils Patrik Johansson was often compared with the legendary Ronnie James Dio and the voice do have similarities. However, Astral Doors is more than a clone of the iconic frontman and... Continue Reading →

CD review MORK ‘Det Svarte Juv’

(9/10) It's not always the superlatives that make an album special and standing out from the masses. It's not always about complexity, speed and bombastic sounds. Music is a career of emotions and the new album from Mork delivers to the point. Mork, that's the brain child of Thomas Eriksen and 'Det Svarte Juv' is... Continue Reading →

CD review LONELY ROBOT ‘Under Stars’

(8/10) ‘Under Stars’ is the final chapter of a trilogy that began in 2015 with an album entitled ‘Please Come Home’. The following chapter ‘The Big Dream’ continued the concept in 2017 and another two years later it’s this release that marks the closing chapter. The creative mind behind this trilogy of Lonely Robot is... Continue Reading →

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