Review UNDERTOW ‚Bipolar‘

Metal force Undertow are no stranger when it comes to heavy metal from Germany. The band started in 1993 and has eight albums under their belt. The latest one was the smashing ‚Reap the Storm‘ record, that, as each of the earlier longplayers, was a critically acclaimed one. Four years later Undertow return with a... Continue Reading →

Review TEMPLE OF VOID ‘Summoning the Slayer’

Detroit-rooted death metal squad Temple Of Void formed in 2013 and has so far three longplayers under their belt. The latest one, ‘The World it Was’, was released in 2020 and two years later the next longplayer waits in line. ‘Summoning the Slayer’ is the title of this seven-title record that brings slow-paced death metal... Continue Reading →

UNDERTOW will launch ‘Bipolar’ in July

German underground heroes Undertow announced a new album. ‘Bipolar’ is the title of their ninth longplayer and features nine new songs. The quartet continues their journey without moving away from the foundation of their sound. Heavy riffs, a strong groove and frontman Joschi’s unique voice, that is what became the Undertow trademarks, and they are... Continue Reading →

Review THE NEST ‘Her True Nature’

Belgian metal outfit Wolvennest played two sets at Roadburn Redux 2021. While the band played a regular set on day 3 it was The Nest that brought a new aspect to forefront one day earlier. The commissioned piece was written on the occasion of Roadburn Redux 2021 and will be released on April 8th, 2022... 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 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 →

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