Review BLACK VOID ‘Antithesis’

White Void released on March 12th last year an album entitled ‘Anti’. The longplayer is a well-crafted modern rock record with Longtime Borknagar and Solafeld member Lars Are Nedland being the driving force. Almost to date one year later, Black Void comes towards the spotlight with an album ‘Antithesis’. Both longplayers relate to ‘Antithesis’ being... Continue Reading →

Review FREJA ‘Tides’

Freja is the idea of C. (Witte Wieven) and W. (Laster, Verval). The duo recorded their debut album ‘Tides’ which will be released Mid-April and comes through Babylon Doom Cult Records. Freja has a passion for atmospheric black metal and the six songs on ‘Tides’ echo this musical hunger. The starting point for Freja is... Continue Reading →

Review ABBATH ‘Dread Reaver’

Norwegian black metal veteran Abbath went through a rough patch in the 2019, including a cancelled South America tour and battling with addictions. Things didn’t really go well at the time and after having left these times behind, Abbath returns with a new longplayer called ‘Dread Reaver’. The new album features in total nine songs... Continue Reading →

Review SLÆGT ‘Goddess’

Copenhagen, the Danish capitol, is the homebase of Slægt. ‘Slægt’ means ‘lineage’/’heritage’ is Danish language and the heritage of the band so far are three full-length albums and two EPs. The latest countable work effort in the studio was released under the banner of ‘Black Bombs’, the title of an EP that was released before... Continue Reading →

WATAIN launched a new song called ‘Serimosa’

Today, Watain launched the second single from their upcoming album ‘The Agony & Ecstasy of Watain’. The song is entitled ‘Serimosa’ and unveils a gloomy and dark mood. E. Danielsson (vocals) comments: "'Serimosa' tells of the electric notion of the coming of a great power. The appearance of cracks in the dam that holds the... Continue Reading →

MORTEM re-issue ‘Slow Death’ demo

Mortem was founded in 1987 in Oslo, Norway and released with ‘Slow Death’ a demo that found some fans in the world of heavy metal. The demo didn’t leave the undergound but had an impact on extreme metal. It became quite with musicians joining7starting other bands and the question if Mortem still existing or not... Continue Reading →

Review ZEAL & ARDOR ‘Zeal & Ardor’

Zeal & Ardor is the brainchild of American-Swiss musician Manuel Gagneux. He started Zeal & Ardor in 2013 in Basel, Switzerland and it is the combination of two totally different genres that made the project to an exciting newcomer in 2016, the year, when Zeal &Ardor unleashed the debut album ‘Devil is Fine’. Gagneux blends... Continue Reading →

Review MYSTIC CIRCLE ‘Mystic Circle’

Mystic Circle are certainly no strangers. The band from Ludwigshafen, Germany has its beginnings in the early 90s and tossed the debut album 'Morgenröte - Der Schrei nach Finsternis' on the scene in 1996.It was in 1999 when a caesura took place. A. Blackwar left the band, leaving Beelzebub as the only remaining founding member.... Continue Reading →

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