CD review URZA ‘The Omnipresence of Loss’

(7/10) Urza's new album can't handle any daylight. Death and doom is what the album spreads in an atmosphere of eternal darkness. Thomas, Olli, Marcus, Marc and Hannes celebrate on 'The Omnipresence of Loss' the morbid beauty of Funeral Doom in five chapters. The Berlin-based band starts with the 'Lost in Decline' which is with... Continue Reading →

CD review NAVARONE ‘Salvo’

(8/10) Navarone is a rock band that’s very well known in their home country, which is The Netherlands. The guys sell-out even the bigger venues in Holland and they now get the chance to open for Bon Jovi at the open air show in Nijmegen. Such an opportunity is a very welcome one since it... Continue Reading →

CD review WHITECHAPEL ‘The Valley’

(9/10) US-based powerhouse Whitechapel premiered in 2007 with ‘The Somatic Defilement’. 12 years later the band is ready to release their newest album ‘The Valley’. As with the previous records also album number seven isn’t a happy one and doesn't include sing-a-long songs. It’s a dark and melancholic longplayer that contains a lyrical approach that’s... Continue Reading →

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