CD review MISERY LOVES CO. ‘Zero’

Influencers became a buzz word over the last year in the context of social media, but their were always influencers around. One of them, when it comes to Industrial Metal, is hailing from Sweden and is called Misery Loves Co. The self-titled debut hit the shelves in 1995 and two more longplayers followed. The last... Continue Reading →

CD review CYHRA ‘No Halos in Hell’

Cyhra is the brainchild of singer Jake E and former In Flames guitarist Jesper Stromblad. The guys premiered in 2017 with ‘Letters to Myself’ and now return with the sophomore album ‘No Halos in Hell’. The new album is a very catchy one with songs being placed somewhere between Modern Metal and Melodic Metal. It... Continue Reading →

CD review BOMBUS ‘Vulture Culture’

Ten years after having released their first single, Swedish Bombus unveil their next longplayer, which is already the fourth one for the guys from Gothenburg. 'Vulture Culture' is the title of this full-length release, an album that comprises of nine songs. Bombus doesn't seem solely add records to their discography, it's also that the guys... Continue Reading →

CD review LACUNA COIL ‘Black Anima’

(8/10) After Lacuna Coil started in 1994, the Italian Metal powerhouse became a rising star rather quickly. Albums like 'Comalies' and 'Karmacode' have been a springboard for the band, together with a deal they inked with Century Media. Over the years Lacuna Coil became to one of the influential bands in Modern Metal. While being... Continue Reading →

CD review HELLYEAH ‘Welcome Home’

(8/10) 'Welcome Home' is contemporary music history, not only because the album featuring well-done Modern Metal. It's also the fact that it's the last musical contribution of legendary Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott who passed away in June 2018. With the exception of one song all tracks include the hard-hitting druuming of Vinnie Paul. 'Skyy... Continue Reading →

CD review KORN ‘The Nothing’

(9/10) Korn, pioneers of Modern Metal, are one of the most influential bands in this specific genre. While other band came and left the stage, it's the Metal veterans from Bakersfield being still in business. Having gone through many ups and some intense downs, Korn grew as a band with a surprisingly stable line-up. The... Continue Reading →

BLACK FUTURES release ‘Never Not Nothing’

UK-based powerhouse Black Futures releases their new album 'Never Not Nothing' today. The eleven songs comprising release comes through legendary Music For Nations and carries interesting music. Industrial meets Modern Metal meets HipHop or in other word, NIN meets Ministry meets Prophets Of Rage. Tracklist: 1. N.N.N.2. Love3. Karma Ya Dig!? 4. Me.TV5. Body &... Continue Reading →

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