Review BEHEMOTH ‘In Absentia Dei’

It happens more and more that live albums are recorded live streams shows that find some new life through releases, published a few months after the digital event. This time Polish black metal icons Behemoth are the ones releasing a live album that features a streaming concert the band played in September 2020 at Abandoned... Continue Reading →

Review EPICA ‘Omega Alive’

The pandemic also causes another bad thing, the no-conceritis. In a time when live shows are rather limited/restricted or even need to be cancelled/postponed, the digital possibilities became an option, although they never can be a replacer. A band that also decided to use the opportunities and present the new material in a digital context... Continue Reading →

Review KHEMMIS ‘Deceiver’

Doom metal outfit Khemmis unleashed their latest album ‘Desolation’ back in 2018 and the time is right to unveil their newest strike. ‘Deceiver’ is the title of their fourth full-length longplayer and features six songs. ‘Deceiver’ is a very emotion-laden longplayer that is perfectly reflected by each of the six songs. Khemmis isn’t known for... Continue Reading →

Review PATHOLOGY ‘The Everlasting Plague’

‘The Everlasting Plague’, an album title that fits so perfectly when thinking about these crazy pandemic times. That was also the thinking of Pathology when working on their eleventh album. Inspired by a song title from their 2012 album ‘The Time of Great Purification’, the band transferred the idea into the here and now. Pathology’s... Continue Reading →

EARTHLESS announce a new album

The shortest tracklist of the upcoming 2022 year is probably the one from the upcoming Eartless album. The band announced ‚Night Parade of One Hundred Demons‘, an album that consists out of two songs. There will be the 41-minute title track and the 20-minute ‘Death to the Red Sun’, and that is it. Release date... Continue Reading →

Review NORTHTALE ‘Eternal Flame’

NorthTale is the brainchild of Brazilian/American guitarist Bill Hudson. Some of you might be familiar with the name of Hudson from his work with U.D.O., Jon Oliva’s Pain and others. Next to the collaboration with these well-known bands the guitarist always had a passion for melodic power metal, and it was in 2017, when he... Continue Reading →

Review MASSACRE ‘Resurgence’

Line-up stability isn’t something Massacre is famous for. The band went through so many adjustments when it comes to bandmembers being involved that counting and listing is useless. What is much more important is that the death metal veterans return with a new album. Also due to the mentioned line-up changes, Massacre wasn’t spoiling fans... Continue Reading →

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