July 2019 seen Hamburg-based sludge and stoner metal unit High Fighter release their second album titled 'Champain' with Argonauta Records. Almost a year since the release of the band's critically acclaimed, brutal beast of an album, High Fighter have just premiered a gripping new music clip to the album opening track, ’Before I Disappear’. With... Continue Reading →
‘The Ghost of Orion’ is the return of a band that belongs to the spearhead of Death- and Doom Metal. It seems like that the dark shades of the last years slowly fade away and reveal a band that finds back to their own strength. I guess there is no better way than celebrating the band’s 30th anniversary with an album like ‘The Ghost of Orion’.
'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 →
Crowbar mainman Kirk Windstein will release his solo debut on January 24th, 2020 through eOne. The album title is 'Dream in Motion', a longplayer featuring 10 songs. Dream In MotionHollow Dying ManOnce AgainEnemy In DisguiseThe World You KnowToxicThe HealingNecropolisThe Ugly TruthAqualung (* Jethro Tull cover) Windstein says: "I’m going to do an acoustic record,' but... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Hurry and haste are words that don't exist in Monolord's word pool. The trio, hailing from Swedens Westcoast are celebrating Doom Metal with an essence of Stoner Rock. Monolord, that's three guys from Gothenburg with a common dedication for slo-mo Metal with an enormous riff power. Three albums have been released already before 'No... Continue Reading →
(7/10) Sterling Serpent is a band with roots that go back to the year 2015. Members of King Dude, Bell Witch, Serpent and Terminal Fuzz Terror started the outfit that has with this elf-titled EP a first recording ready to be shipped to the record stores. The band, hailing from Seattle, Washington, recorded four tracks,... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Usually Sludge isn't my most favourite metal genre. It's a bit too much of musical anarchy especially when it comes to the vocals. However, there are some releases that draw my attention and the new longplayer of German High Fighter is such an album. The Hamburg-based quintet, fronted by Mona Miluski, is a rather... Continue Reading →