Review EPICA ‘The Alchemy Project’

Epica turned 20 this year, which the band celebrated with a brilliant live show at the legendary 013, Tilburg. Since only a limited number of fans could participate in such an event, the Dutchmen came up with something special. Epica has recorded a very exciting album called 'The Alchemy Project'. A total of seven songs... 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 SEVENTH SEA ‘Maledictus’

'Maledictus' is the debut album of Seventh Storm, a band that has a distinct captain in Mike Gaspar. Gaspar started Seventh Storm after providing the rhythm for Moonspell for more than two decades. His new band, however, has little to do with his former employer. Perhaps it's the dark aura that may still be a... Continue Reading →

Review SEVENTH WONDER ‘The Testament’

Seventh Wonder started in 2000 when bassist Andreas Blomqvist, guitarist Johan Liefvendahl and drummer Johnny Sandin joined forces to form Seventh Wonder after their previous bands broke up. The five Swedes released their first album 'Become' in 2005 and three more records followed before drummer Johnny Sandin left the band after the launch of 'The... Continue Reading →

Review DAMPF ‘The Arrival’

A couple of weeks ago the European Song Contest offered a stage for some illustrious acts. In a way ‘The Arrival’ from Dampf would have fit into this context and would have added some extra rock power to this in general boring event. I can’t tell you if the moniker of the project refers to... Continue Reading →

Review SEPTICFLESH ‘Modern Primitive’

Septicflesh has a long track record and many records under their belt. The Greek metal outfit premiered in 1994 and established a symphonic version of death metal, allowing the quintet to enlarge their fanbase. With ‘Modern Primitive’ a new workpiece will see the light of day these days and five years after having let ‘Codex... Continue Reading →

Review DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER ‘Wilde Kinder’

Die Apokalyptischen Reiter released their ‘The Divine Horsemen’ album in 2021 and follow it up with a next longplayer. With their latest effort being a improvised recording, the German four-piece returns to a more regular record with ‘Wilde Kinder’ (German for ‘wild children’) The band, that started as a furious grindcore band developed their music... Continue Reading →

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