Review PARKWAY DRIVE ‘Darker Still’

Even at this year's Wacken Festival, fans were still talking about the legendary performance of Parkway Drive in 2019. This brilliant performance remained in the memory of each of those present, before the pandemic a few months later put everything on stop. It was also a bit calmer as far as the Australians were concerned.... Continue Reading →

Review FRIENDS OF HELL ‘Friends of Hell’

Fans of doom metal might have heard of Friends Of Hell already. The idea for this doom metal outfit comes from Tas Danazoglou (Satan's Wrath / Ex-Electric Wizard) and Albert Witchfinder (Opium Warlords / Ex-Reverend Bizarre). Friends Of Hell stand for slow-paced heavy metal that is evil and fascinates by ist hellish grin that shimmers... 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 →

AMORPHIS launch a new song

The new Amorphis album 'Halo' will hit the shelves in less than a month and to create extra excitement, the band unleashed with 'On the Dark Waters' a next song. Directed by Pekka Hara, the video was recorded in the winterly Finnish nature, a scenery that fits perfectly to the song itself. 'On the Dark... Continue Reading →

Review MEMORY GARDEN ‘1349’

Founded in 1992, doom metal band Memory Garden didn’t lose any time and released first a demo and then an EP. The full-length premier followed a couple of years later. It was ‘Tides’ that hit the shelves in 1996 and four additional longplayers followed over time.‘Doomain’ was the latest record so far and eight years... Continue Reading →

Review W.E.B. ‘Colosseum’

W.E.B., that is band name that leads to many hits when putting into a search-engine. With a dot between the letters things get a bit more precise and last but not least it still possible to find some information about the Greek metal outfit on the World-Wide-Web. The band from Athens founded in 2002 and... Continue Reading →

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