CD review LOUISE LEMÓN ‘Devil’ – EP

Louise Lemón, the queen of death gospel, that's how the Swedish singer, who presents with 'Devil' a new EP these days, sees herself. 'Death' in this context has nothing to do though with death metal and isn't a weird crossover attempt either. The term 'death' in a context of wistfulness and melacholia matches the sound... Continue Reading →

CD review DOOL 'Summerland'

'Summerland' is the anticipate bold next step of Dool. It showcases a band that maintain the revolutionary wildness of the debut, adding more layers and twists to their sound. Dool is one of the most exciting bands these days and their second longplayer underlines, why this is the case.

CD review THE OLD DEAD TREE ‘The End’

'Gothic Metal', that according to the label info the genre The Dead Old Tree fits best. That might be right but this release is so more than solely Gothic Metal. 'The End' is a record that includes many shades and influences. Great melodies, Dark Rock, progressive structures and some extreme Metal trademarks, all units on... Continue Reading →

DOOL announce tour and new album

It took them a while but now good news reaches Dool fans. Dutch Dark Rock shooting star Dool is working on the sophomore album with a planned release date in April 2020. Furthermore Dool announce some tour dates for spring 2020 and here are the ones for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Last but not least... Continue Reading →

CD review THE 69 EYES ‚West End‘

(7/10) ‘West End’, that’s album number 12 in The 69 Eyes’ so far three decades lasting band history. Finlands gritty rocker No.1 recorded eleven new song, all dark Rock tunes. Sometimes it’s a bit of Billy Idol that shimmers through (‘27 & Done’) while the sound of the mighty Sisters Of Mercy is present too... Continue Reading →

CD review LINDSAY SCHOOLCRAFT ‘Martyr’

(8/10) Canadian musician Lindsay Schoolcraft is known by many of you as being the keyboarder of UK metallers Cradle Of Filth. Next to her contribution the Cradle Of Filth, Schoolcraft also teamed-up with former Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray, both working on Schoolcraft’s solo debut. The outcome of this cooperation is entitled ‘Maryr’, an album that... Continue Reading →

CD review PER WIBERG ‘Head Without Eyes’

(8/10) Swedish musician Per Wiberg is a well-known name in rock and metal. He was part of Opeth, is a member of hard rockers Spiritual Beggars and also Kamchatka is a band he's part of. Wiberg can be described as multi-instrumentalist with a focus on guitar, bass and keyboards. The Swede describes himself as a... Continue Reading →

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