Review THRESHOLD ‘Dividing Lines’

Since their foundation in 1988 and the debut album released in 1993, England's progressive metallers Threshold are a much respected player when it comes to sophisticated metal. Karl Groom and his bandmates always manage to impress with excellent albums and also the latest record, 'Diving Lines' is a treat for fans of ambitious metal. The... Continue Reading →

Review WHEEL ‘Rumination’ – EP

Anglo-Finnish progressive metallers Wheel have recorded a new EP called 'Rumination'. The 12" contains three songs and starts with the thunderous 'Blood Drinker'. In the forefront is the booming bass as well as the hitting drumbeats of Santeri Saksalas. When listening to the song, parallels to bands like Tool are apparent and one is not... Continue Reading →

Review VOIVOD ‘Ultraman’ – EP

Sci-Fi metal creators Voivod are coming up with an unusual EP these days. 'Ultraman' is the name of the record and represents fun above all. During the recording session for 'Synchro Anarchy', Voivod also recorded a few songs, which did not end up on the album. These songs are a homage to the Japanese science... Continue Reading →

Review THERION ‘Leviathan II’

Therion have undoubtedly delivered some great albums, if you think of longplayers like 'Vovin' and the outstanding 'Theli'. However, these times are long gone and what the band wants to show with their new album 'Leviathan II' remains their secret. In any case, it is noticeable that the latest output cannot keep up with the... Continue Reading →

Review DEVIN TOWNSEND ‘Lightwork’

Devin Townsend is a jack of all trades when it comes to music. The Canadian artist from British Columbia seems to be gifted with an endless flow of creativity. In this, the artist remains true to himself, which is the common thread through all of Townsend's creative works. There is the dark and wild side... Continue Reading →

Review BORIS ‘Heavy Rocks (2022)’

Boris started in 1992 in Tokyo Japan as a quartet and continued as a trio after Nagata left the outfit in 1996. Named after the Melvins song ‘Boris, the band started a wild journey through the spheres of heavy metal. If you are looking for bands that doesn’t fit any predictable standardized boxes, Boris should... Continue Reading →

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