CD review URFAUST ‘Teufelsgeist’

Although band name and title of the album are German, metal fans have a chance to improve their Dutch with Urfaust's new album 'Teufelsgeist', at least when it comes to song titles. Urfaust hail from The Netherlands and calls Asten in North Brabant their hometown. It was VRDRBR and IX who started the band in... Continue Reading →

CD review SCOUR ‘Black’

‘Grey’ turns into ‘Red’ turns into ‘Black’, at least following the releases from extreme metal suppliers Scour. The band, featuring Phil Anselmo, John Jarvis, Derek Engemann, Mark Kloeppel and Adam Jarvis, had its foundation year in 2015 and it was an EP called ‘Grey’ that hit the shelves in 2016. With ‘Black’ the third EP... Continue Reading →

CD review DARKNESS ‘Over and Out’

German thrash metal veterans Darkness unleash their newest EP called Over and Out', an album that follows 'First Class Violence' from 2018. Darkness started in 1984 and is no stranger in metal. Although the real breakthrough didn't happen, longplayers like the debut 'Death Squad' are highlights in German thrash metal. Essen in Germany is the... Continue Reading →

CD review SODOM ‘Genesis XIX’

Thrash metal in Germany, that's many ambitious bands from the early days and some being newcomers. What units them is the unbound dedication to this furious version of heavy metal. The ignition that helped to establish thrash metal from Germany happened in the early '80s, with the Ruhrgebiet being one of the epicenters. Bands like... Continue Reading →

CD review STALLION ‘Christmatized’

We will see how many presents will be under the Christmas tree this year. What shortens the waiting time until this question is answered a bit, is listening to a new EP from Stallion. Stallion, that is swabian heavy metal power with the performance of a Porsche engine. After having released their third album earlier... Continue Reading →

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