KNOEST released ‘Dag’

Knoest is a trio hailing from Gelderland in The Netherlands. The trio released on June 14th their new album 'Dag', a record that features four songs reflecting one day. 'De Ochtend' (the morning), De Middag (noon), 'De Avond' (the evening) and 'De Nacht' (the night). As you can see with song titles, that album is... Continue Reading →

CD review ELUVEITIE ‘Ategnatos’

(8/10) April 2019 starts very well for fans of Swiss-based Folk Metal band Eluveitie. The eight-piece band from the Alpes returns with a new studio album entitled 'Ategnatos', their first one since 2014 when 'Origins' saw the light of day. Eluveitie belongs to the group of forerunners of folk metal and started their career in... Continue Reading →

CD review CELLAR DARLING ‘The Spell’

(8/10) Cellar Darling, that’s Anna Murphy, Ivo Henzi and Merlin Sutter. Right after the three guys parted ways with Eluveitie they initiated there new band Cellar Darling, named after the 2013 debut of Anna Murphy. Three years after having premiered with ‘This is the Sound’ it is the sophomore album ‘The Spell’ that picks it... Continue Reading →

CD review MYRKUR ‘Juniper’ 7″

(*/10) Amalie Bruun, better known as Myrkur, releases on December 7th a new EP. The release comprises of two songs - 'Juniper' and 'Bonden og Kragen'. Myrkur joined forces with Jaime Gomez Arellano (Ghost, Paradise Lost) with the result of a great new song. The very atmospheric track spreads the typical Myrkur melancholia. The calmer... Continue Reading →

CD review AMORPHIS ‘Queen of Time’

(9/10) That 12 records and 27 years in metal doesn't equal routine and repetition, that is something Amorphis proves with their newest album 'Queen of Time' in a way that doesn't leave room for discussion. The Finns add these days with 'Queen of Time' a new longplayer to their discography that is as impressive as... Continue Reading →

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