OPETH reveals details for the new album

Swedish masters of progressive heavy-rock Opeth have revealed today the title and tracklisting for their awaited 13th album, 'In Cauda Venenum', that’s due out this fall from Moderbolaget / Nuclear Blast Entertainment.Recorded last year at Stockholm's Park Studios, 'In Cauda Venenum' will be released in two versions, in both Swedish and English languages.  Tracklist: 1. Livet’s Trädgård / Garden Of Earthly Delights (Intro)2.... Continue Reading →

CD review DUEL ‘Valley of Shadows’

(7/10) Texas doom rockers Duel are back with a new album entitled 'Valley of Shadows'. Duel is hailing from Austin, Texas and their music is deeply rooted in '70s Rock and Metal. Although the album has a certain retro-vibe things still sound modern and dynamic. There isn't a dull moment on this album, just Duel... Continue Reading →

CD review HAUNT ‘If Icarus Could Fly’

(9/10) Haunt is the brainchild of Beastmaker member Trevor William Church who start this Metal outfit two years ago, at least this the time when Haunt premiered with a first EP, entitled 'Luminous Eyes'. The first full-length album hit the shelves in 2018 and already one year later the next album is ready to be... Continue Reading →

CD review WHITESNAKE ‘Flesh & Blood’

(8/10) What to write about a frontman and a band that's more than 40 years in business? Certainly I don't need to introduce you to David Coverdale and Whitesnake, the singer and band I'm talking about. If you didn't live under a rock for the last decades you have heard about the legendary band earlier... Continue Reading →

CD review JACK SLAMER ‘Jack Slamer’

(8/10) Jack Slamer, that's not a dude, that's a band comprising of Florian Ganz, Cyrill Vollenweider, Marco Hostettler, Hendrik Ruhwinkel and Adrian Böckli. The quintet calls Winterthur in Switzerland their homebase and it was in th year 2006 when the base for this powerhouse was laid. 'Noise from the Neighbourhood' was the title of the... Continue Reading →

News from PRISTINE

As soon as the first sun rays bring back some light to Tromsö after a long dark winter, things begin to shine again. In this context Pristine, hailing from the North of Norway, are back in the spotlight too with a new album that’s in the pipeline. ‘Road Back to Ruin’ is the title of... Continue Reading →

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