CD review PARANORM ‘Empyrean’

Paranorm is based in Uppsala, Sweden and was formed in 2007. A first EP called ‘Pandemonium’s Rise’ has been released in 2011 and it was the ‘The Edge of Existence’ release that followed in 2014. What's missing until now is a full-length album, forged by the Swedish quartet. The band started this adventure a while... Continue Reading →

CD review SAXON ‘Inspirations’

That Saxon can not only write brilliant heavy metal anthems, but also do good cover versions is known since 1988. The 'Destiny' album opens with 'Ride Like the Wind', a Christopher Cross classic that Saxon sets perfectly into scene. Now, it seems like Biff Byford and bandmates have been going through their own record collections... Continue Reading →

SAXON unleash ‘Paperback Writer’

British metal pioneers Saxon will release an album entitled 'Inspirations' on March 19th via Silver Lining Music. The NWoBHM icons went through their record collections and distilled songs that influenced band and musicians. One of these songs is 'Paperback Writer', orginally a The Beatles song, which is now unleashed as a single taken from 'Inspirations'.... Continue Reading →

EVANESCENCE unveil a new song

Evanescence reveal a new song called 'Better Without You', taken from the upcoming album 'The Bitter Truth'. Evanescence's new longplayer will be released on March 26th, comes via Sony Music and HERE is the link to 'Better Without You'. Photo: P.R. Brown

CD review ORDEN OGAN ‘Final Days’

Metal storytellers Orden Ogan return with a new album and thus with a new story. Seeb Levermann and bandmates had already sung about 'Gunmen' and had also musically staged various other concepts. A white spot was Sci-Fi and this gap is closed with 'Final Days' on March 12th. Based on a dark Sci-fi concept, Orden... Continue Reading →

CD review LUNAR SHADOW ‘Wish to Leave’

Lunar Shadow from Siegen, Germany began in 2014 a journey through the sound worlds of heavy metal, which so far includes three episodes. It all started with 'Triumphator', a self-released EP that helped the guys seal a deal with Cruz Del Sur. Since then, the five guys from North Rhine-Westphalia have been releasing a new... Continue Reading →

OBITUARY announce live stream series

Death Metal Legends Obituary announce their new two part Spring livestream series. Obituary will perform the band’s favorite songs on March 27th and then witness The End Complete in its entirety on April 3rd! Tickets, t-shirts and bundles are available this Friday, March 5th at 1pm EST / 7pm in Europe at www.obituarylive.com.

CD review MORK ‘Katedralen’

Mork has its beginning in 2004 and is the brainchild of Thomas Eriksen. It started as a side-project which also explains the relatively belated debut album. 'Isebakken' saw the light of day in 2013 and was a kind of a kickstart for more. More albums followed, of which 'Det Svart Juv' in 2019 was the... Continue Reading →

CD review RONNIE ATKINS ‘One Shot’

Ronnie Atkins, that’s one of the most iconic frontmen in rock and metal. The Danish singer is renowned as a crucial part of Pretty Maids and also enriched the Nordic Union releases with his voice, not to forget his contribution to Avantasia’s great longplayers and live shows The shock came when it was announced that... Continue Reading →

CD review BAEST ‘Necro Sapiens’

Baest's new album 'Necro Sapiens' is the first small disappointment in 2021. Impressing with the debut 'Danse Macabre' and 'Venemum', the new album is in nuances a further evolution, but also lacks the last punch. Baest stands for death metal that can be placed somewhere between Entombed and Bolt Thrower. That they also go to... Continue Reading →

CD review WITHERFALL ‘Curse of Autumn’

Witherfall from Los Angeles, CA have been active for some time now. Everything started in 2013 in California and four years later, the band could present with 'Nocturnes and Requiems' a remarkable debut album. Inspired by the positive feedback, Witherfall continued in 2018 with their sophomore album 'A Prelude to Sorrow', which was released via... Continue Reading →

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