CD review UADA ‘Djinn’

Slowly but steady, UADA's fansbase is growing, mainly due to great musical craftsmanship that's so far reflected on two longplayers. UADA was funded in 2014 and debuted two years later with 'Devoid of Light'. 'Cult of a Dying Sun' was the next strike from the Portland-based quartet and sticking to a 'every second year' release... Continue Reading →

CD review MESSIAH ‘Fracmont’

Live shows, something we're all missing these days, have been the kick-start for Swiss Metal veterans Messiah to get together again for working on a next Messiah album - the first one in 26 years. With being hungry again for furious Thrash Metal, the band went at the studio again and what results from the... Continue Reading →

ARROGANZ announce a new album

'Morsus', the new album of German sepulchral Death Metal outfit Arroganz, will be released on October 2nd 2020 via the band’s new label home Supreme Chaos Records! A video clip for the crushing title track is available already at this location: https://youtu.be/8WAFzDpm5NU  Arroganz is raging honesty. Real despair. True anger. An attitude beyond "fuck off". A... Continue Reading →

CD review MANTAR ‘Grungetown Hooligans II’

Mantar, the noisemakers from Bremen, started in 2012. Eight years later, the guys have with 'Grungetown Hooligans II' a new offer right in the starting blocks with a go-ahead signal on June 26th.. After having published three longplayers and an EP, Erinc and Hanno decided to explore some new grounds. OK, don't be shocked. Mantar... Continue Reading →

CD review LIVING GATE ‘Deathlust’

Living Gate - a new band with familiar names. YOB and Oathbreaker members are the basic line-up of Living Gate. More precisely, the band features Lennart Bossu, Levy Seynaeve, Wim Sreppoc and Aaron Rieseberg and all four musicians have manifested their love of death metal in five new songs, which will be released as an... Continue Reading →

CD review NAGLFAR ‘Celecloth’

It is countless years ago that Naglfar released their latest studio album. 'Téras' escaped the purgatory in 2012 and since then there was not much new material of Naglfar's Swedish Black Metal to be heard. This is changing right now, because with 'Cerecloth' a new record is in the starting blocks. Naglfar's seventh album to... Continue Reading →

CD review VADER ‘Solitude in Madness’

'Solitude in Madness' showcases a band that's as wild and fierce as they have been over the last 37 years. Vader didn't lose any of their intensity and power. No foot on the brake and no intention for compromising on aggressiveness, that's Vader. Together with an extremely well done production the longplayer is a real challenge for amplifiers and speakers. Now it's up to each of you if you accept the challenge.

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