Review VULTURE ‘Dealin’ Death’

In a time, when many things are uncertain, one thing is certain: high-energy metal machine Vulture unleash a next album that reflects power and an uncompromising approach to metal, a blast you shouldn’t miss. The pandemic didn’t slow down anything at the Vulture camp when it comes the band’s relentless interpretation of furious heavy metal…. Continue Reading →

CD review ARION ‘Vultures Die Alone’

Arion was not only a was a kitharode in ancient Greece but is also a melodic metal band hailing from Finland. The quintet got some attention while having been part of the Finnish Eurovision qualification program. Next to this rather genre-different context the quintet added two albums and an EP to the books. With ‘Vultures… Continue Reading →

CD review BOMBUS ‘Vulture Culture’

Ten years after having released their first single, Swedish Bombus unveil their next longplayer, which is already the fourth one for the guys from Gothenburg. ‘Vulture Culture’ is the title of this full-length release, an album that comprises of nine songs. Bombus doesn’t seem solely add records to their discography, it’s also that the guys… Continue Reading →

Review SOILWORK ‘Övergivenheten’

Melodic death metal from Sweden’s west coast is not just music from Gothenburg. A few hours driving south of Gothenburg is Helsingborg, the home of Soilwork. It all started in 1996 and since then the sextet with frontman Björn Strid has become one of the most established acts of this genre. The debut album ‘Steelbath… Continue Reading →

Review FOZZY ‘Boombox’

Fozzy entered the world of metal in the very early 2000th when the band release the self-titled debut album. It was Chris Ward who started Fozzy in 1999 as a cover band, which is reflected by the debut that solely consists of metal classics, interpreted by Fozzy. The band got an extra push when the… Continue Reading →

Review LUZIFER ‘Iron Shackles’

Although ‘Iron Shackles’ is Luzifer’s debut album the roots of the band can be found years back in time. It was in 2009 when Steeler and Stefan Castevet started the band as a side project to Vulture. While the latter achieved tremendous attention in the German metal underground, Luzifer stayed in shadows. An EP in… Continue Reading →

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