CD review THE HU ‘The Gereg’

(9/10) There are few bands that really deliver new sounds when it comes to Rock and Metal. Heilung is one of these bands and another one hails from far East. The Hu, many of you heard of them earlier, are a Mongolian band. The guys are literally ambassadors of their country and they do a... Continue Reading →

CD review HEILUNG ‘Futha’

(*/10) Heilung is a band that's special. The German/Danish trio doesn't play Metal nor they are into Rock. Still Heilung found and finds many fans in the Metal scene and it's more than the unusual stage performance only, that creates an interest. Maybe it's the mystical vibe, the Nordic inheritance or the generally dark expression... 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 HEXVESSEL ‘All Tree’

(8/10) Hexvessel is the brainchild of Mat 'Kvohst' McNerney. The musician, that was born and raised in the UK, played in various metal bands before he moved to Finland, his new home. Inspired by the Finnish heritage and pagan past, McNerney founded Hexvessel, a folk rock outfit that premiered in 2011 with 'Dawnbearer'. Eight years... 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 ÁRSTÍÐIR ‘Nivalis’

(8/10) Árstíðir is a rather unconventional band when it comes to Season Of Mist’s portfolio. The label, known for extreme metal bands like Destroyer 666 and Mayhem, will release an album that’s different. Actually it’s not even metal and a glimpse on the label info sheet says, that this album features “Icelandic Independent” music. Since... Continue Reading →

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