CD review ESOTERIC ‘A Pyrrhic Existence’

In case you're looking for an album that amplifies your autumn blues I can certainly recommend to listen to Esoteric's new longplayer. The UK-based Doom outfit celebrates again darkness and grief, this time on 'A Pyrrhic Existence', their seventh full-length album. 'A Pyrrhic Existence' ends an eight years break and almost as a compensation for... 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 →

CD review MESHIAAK “Mask of All Misery’

Meshiaak, hailing from Australia, unleashed their debut 'Alliance of Thieves' three years ago. Power- and Thrash Metal, that's what came together on the first album the Australian guys released. What slowed down of working on a next record is the fact that drummer Jon Dette stepped-out due to the long distance between Australia and his... Continue Reading →

CD review AGNOSTIC FRONT ‘Get Loud!’

(8/10) In case you start to think about having seen this artwork already earlier you might be right. At least there's a pretty similar artwork out there that comes with Agnostic Front's second album 'Cause For Alarm'. It was Sean Taggert how did the front cover of the album and the NY-based Hardcore veterans worked... Continue Reading →

CD review AXXIS ‘Best of EMI Years’

(*/10) Without any doubts Axxis to the spearhead of Melodic Metal hailing from Germany. The band that celebrates its 30th anniversary was recently on tour with a setlist that was build on the first four Axxis albums and the birthday party's going on. 'Best of EMI years' is a new compilation of Axxis featuring songs... Continue Reading →

CD review NILE ‘Vile Nilotic Rites’

(8/10) The Egyptologists of Death Metal are back with their new longplayer. Four years after 'What Should Not be Unearthed' it is the new longplayer 'Vile Nilotic Rites' that opens a next chapter of Death Metal from Nile. Main man Karl Sanders doesn't look back and the past is what happened. The view is towards... Continue Reading →

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