Review PARKWAY DRIVE ‘Darker Still’

Even at this year's Wacken Festival, fans were still talking about the legendary performance of Parkway Drive in 2019. This brilliant performance remained in the memory of each of those present, before the pandemic a few months later put everything on stop. It was also a bit calmer as far as the Australians were concerned.... Continue Reading →

Review CALIBAN ‘Dystopia’

German metalcore veterans Caliban delivered their latest full-length studio album ‘Elements’ in 2018 and has four years later a new record in the starting blocks. ‘Dystopia’ waits for its release on April 22nd, a new musical wrecking ball with eleven hard-hitting smashers. ‘Dystopia’ is Caliban’s thirteenth longplayer and in this case, ‘13’ isn’t a number... Continue Reading →

ELBRIOT announce first bands

Elbriot, the legendary one-day festival at Grossmarkt, Hamburg is back after a pandemic-based two years pause. The 2022 edition of the festival will take place on August 20th, 2022 and first bands are announced. So far confirmed are: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE ACCEPTFEVER 333JINJERALESTORM CALIBANKISSIN‘ DYNAMITE ...and there are more to come. More information and... Continue Reading →

Review VENOM PRISON ‘Erebos’

It feels like Venom Prison being around since a long time and sure, seven years isn’t just yesterday. Still, considering that the band founded in 2014 shows that they are a rather new outfit. With two albums under their belt, of which ‘Samsara’ from 2019 is the latest one, the quintet from South Wales worked... Continue Reading →

Review CHAOSBAY ‘Boxes’ – EP

Berlin-based Chaosbay went through a transformation during the last years. The band started more in the fields of progressive rock and metal with classic rock element being and extra spice. Slowly the band added metalcore elements to their sound and while the clean vocal parts remind of the earlier days, the metalcore moments are the... Continue Reading →

Review WHITECHAPEL ‘Kin’

I am not a fan of the first hour as far as Whitechapel is concerned. It was a show at TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht that brought the American sextet to my attention. Whitechapel was one of the support act for Heaven Shall Burn and what the guys delivered that night was impressive. Having had the band... Continue Reading →

Review CALIBAN ‘Zeitgeister’

An album title is more than just words. It is in a way the framing for what fans and listens can expect from a longplayer and Caliban's newest record 'Zeitgeister' is the perfect example in many aspects. Caliban connect history with present on 'Zeitgeister' and they do it in a way that is more than... Continue Reading →

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