CD review 1000MODS ‘Youth of Dissent’

You must have some qualities connected to your music if a guy like Matt Bayles (Masterdon, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) takes care of the production of one of your albums. Greek 1000mods have this musical excellence and they reveal with 'Youth of Dissent' a new proof of work after a 4 years waiting period. 1000mods started... Continue Reading →

CD review BRANT BJORK ‘Brant Bjork’

A bit of an ease in strange and uncertain times can't be a bad thing and former Kyuss drummer Brant Bjork delivers the soundtrack. With 'Brant Bjork' the multi-instrumentalist unveils an album that combines desert- and heavy rock in a really good fashion. Not the harsh riffs and pounding beats are what makes this album... Continue Reading →

CD review CB3 ‘Aeons’

CB3, or in other word Charlotta's Burning Trio, is hailing from Malmö, Sweden and their music was compared already with the mighty King Crimson. Media described them as "The King Crimson of Malmö" and some parallels can't be dednied. CB3 has with 'Aeons' a new album in the starting blocks and it's as great as... Continue Reading →

CD review SHIT THE COW ‘Stoner Ghost’

Shit The Cow is a regular deliverer of new records. Was it in the beginning more four-track EP‘s the quartet started to work on full-length albums that lately saw the light of day. ‚Stoner Ghost‘ is the newest addition to Shit The Cow‘s discography and it‘s again filled with some surprises. The opener ‚Doctor Doctor‘... Continue Reading →

CD review MONOLORD ‘No Comfort’

(8/10) Hurry and haste are words that don't exist in Monolord's word pool. The trio, hailing from Swedens Westcoast are celebrating Doom Metal with an essence of Stoner Rock. Monolord, that's three guys from Gothenburg with a common dedication for slo-mo Metal with an enormous riff power. Three albums have been released already before 'No... Continue Reading →

CD review MONOMYTH ‘Orbis Quadrantis’

(8/10) Good things come to those who wait, this could be the overarching headline for Monomyth’s new album. The band, hailing from Den Haag, NL, originally planned to release their new longplayer earlier this year but health issues forced the guys to move the release date. The wait is over in September this year. ‘Orbis... Continue Reading →

CD review HELHORSE ‘Hydra’

(8/10) Three years after having unveiled their self-titled third strike, Danish six-piece band Helhorse finished the recording of their next musical delivery. ‘Hydra’, that’s the title of the new album, features ten new songs and will hit the shelves in August. The fact that Denmark is a home for many exciting metal bands isn’t new... Continue Reading →

CD review HIGH FIGHTER ‘Champain’

(8/10) Usually Sludge isn't my most favourite metal genre. It's a bit too much of musical anarchy especially when it comes to the vocals. However, there are some releases that draw my attention and the new longplayer of German High Fighter is such an album. The Hamburg-based quintet, fronted by Mona Miluski, is a rather... Continue Reading →

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