Review LUCIFER ‘Lucifer IV’

The first time that my attention was directed towards Lucifer was when the band opened for Paradise Lost. That was back in 2015 and I had the chance to witness the band performing live in Utrecht, The Netherlands. A lot happened since then. At the time, the driving forces behind Lucifer was Johanna Sadonis, one... Continue Reading →

CD review MOONSPELL ‘Hermitage’

After the first single release, which was the title track, curiosity for Moonspell's new album was aroused. But step by step. The first time I ever listened to Moonspell was when the Portuguese opened for Tiamat in 1995. Impressed by the intensity of their music, the band's sound has stuck with me to this day,... Continue Reading →

CD review LAKE OF TEARS ‘Ominous’

Compared to the colorful cosmic trip of 'A Crimson Cosmos', the newest Lake Of Tears album appears dark and gloomy. It seems like a gigantic black hole absorbed all the colors and what remains is a cold and dark universe. It has been rather quiet about Lake Of Tears for the last ten years. 'Illwill'... Continue Reading →

CD review DEMON HEAD ‘Viscera’

In line with the dark season, the inventors of diabolic rock release their new album 'Viscera'. Active since 2012, the band debuted in 2015 with 'Ride the Wilderness' after two demos and a single first attracted attention. Slowly and steadily Demon Head could increase the audience, a fact to which the quality of the following... Continue Reading →

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.

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