A quiet, somewhat meditative intro unleashes the full force of a tornado: “Your Highness” by Bloodred Hourglass, to be released October 22nd! Expect the unexpected and BRHG will still surprise you – for the better if not the best! It is full of breaks and unexpected elements, still adding to a harmonic sound that you wish would simply never end.
Solacide's fantastic new album “Fall From Eternity” is inspirational, deep, and diverse. The band from Lahti takes us on a journey fighting our demons or battle with Vikings alike.
A perfect live experience: Jinjer is touring continental Europe again. They present their just recently release album Wallflowers and two support acts: Hypno5e from France and Space Of Variations from their home Ukraine.
Interview with Mors Subita after their blast of a gig at the Dark River Festival back in August. With only two shows promoting the recent album "Extinction Era" is quite a challenge, but then only one of many!
In the woods of the faraway Northern realms, the Dark River Festival was held year after year. Neither rains nor storms, nor foes either huge or invisible could stop Kymi clan from celebrating life with heavy music.
Spot On Metal Drummer - Set No 2 presents Luana Dametto, Jarkko Hyvönen, Rainer Tuomikanto and Remi Kofoed Johannesen - our all but marginal drummers. But then drummers only sit in the background on stage and often are seen as "only the drummer". There is a lot more to it!
Obligatory Human Destruction is a modern Death Metal album in terms of combining groovy bass lines with sort of mechanic, metronomic drumming, somewhat static harsh vocals and layer over layer of amazing guitars!
1994 was a milestone in the careers of Frost (Satyricon, 1349) and Jan Rechberger (Amorphis) and it was the year in which Waltteri Väyrynen (Paradise Lost, Bodom After Midnight) and Ukri Suvilehto (Abbath) were born. But there is way more to it.
Abstrakt's second full-length album "Uncreation" is a baroque abundance of operatic soundscapes meeting Black Metal which merely the soundtrack for the outstanding lyrics!
Aleksi Laiho passed away - far too young. But only the good die young. We will miss him painfully.