Review DARKTHRONE ‘Eternal Hails’

In a time when the only certainty is uncertainty you're looking for consistency and Darkthrone provides it with their new album 'Eternal Hails'. The sound of Darkthrone. It allows the duo to release longplayers with a unique sound that is puristic, anarchic and pure doom. 'Eternal Hails' is the title of the new longplayer that... Continue Reading →

Review CANDLEMASS ‘Green Valley Live’

Also Swedish doom metal veterans Candlemass, as everybody else, couldn't play shows during 2021 and after a certain resistance to live stream shows, more and more band took the opportunity to stay connected with fans through such a digital event. Bands and fans have been a bit wary but step by step, and due to... Continue Reading →

CANDLEMASS announce ‘Green Valley (Live)’

Swedish doom metal pioneers Candlemass announce a live album called 'Green Vally (Live)'. The iconic band recorded their very first live stream show in 2020 with the following line-up: Johan Längqvist (vocalsMats Björkman (guitar)Lars Johansson (guitar)Leif Edling (bass)Jan Lindh (drums) The set preformed was a very oldschool-laden one with a focus on the first two... Continue Reading →

CD review MORK ‘Katedralen’

Mork has its beginning in 2004 and is the brainchild of Thomas Eriksen. It started as a side-project which also explains the relatively belated debut album. 'Isebakken' saw the light of day in 2013 and was a kind of a kickstart for more. More albums followed, of which 'Det Svart Juv' in 2019 was the... Continue Reading →

CD review KATATONIA ‘Dead Air’

Katatonia, formed in 1991 as a band with passion for death- and black metal, slowly transformed into an outlet that delights musical gourmets with stellar progressive rock and metal. Their latest studio album 'City Burials' has seen the light of day in April this year and brought a bit of positivism into the days of... Continue Reading →

CD review HELLRIPPER ‘The Affair of the Poisons’

Hellripper is the brainchild of James McBain, hailing from the Scottish Highlands. The multi-instrumentalist from Aberdeen started Hellripper in 2014 and numerous split releases, singles and EP's brought Hellripper to the attention of Peaceville Records. 'The Affair of the Poisons' is the sophomore album from Hellripper and the first one that comes via Peaceville Record.... Continue Reading →

CD review KATATONIA ‘City Burials’

Stockholm-enrooted Katatonia went through some morphing over the last three decades. Was the start based on a passion for Death Metal, the Swedes moved more and more towards becoming the masters of melancholy, a vibe that's embedded in progressive Rock- and Metal songs. After having toured extensively in 2018, the band decided to enter a... Continue Reading →

CD review MORTEM ‘Ravnsvart’

(8/10) ‘Ravnsvart’ is the title of Mortem, a new outfit with well-known musicians. Steinar Sverd Johnsen (g) (Arcturus, Covenant, Satyricon), Marius Vold (v) (Stigma Diabolicum, Thorns, Arcturus) Hellhammer (d) (Mayhem, Covenant, Arcturus) and Tor R. Stavenes (b) (1349, Svart Lotus, Den Saakaldte) are all experienced Black Metal pioneers. The guys found together under the banner... Continue Reading →

CD review DARKTHRONE ‘Old Star’

(9/10) Darkthrone, that's Fenriz and Nocturno Culto, both a well attuned duo in harsh Black Metal. Seventeen longplayer over the period o more than 30 years speak volumes and in contrary to the title of their newest release these guys are for sure no 'old stars'. As if there would be no tomorrow that duo... Continue Reading →

CD review MORK ‘Det Svarte Juv’

(9/10) It's not always the superlatives that make an album special and standing out from the masses. It's not always about complexity, speed and bombastic sounds. Music is a career of emotions and the new album from Mork delivers to the point. Mork, that's the brain child of Thomas Eriksen and 'Det Svarte Juv' is... Continue Reading →

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