• Something for the Core 2018 edition- short review

    For those who aren’t aware of what Something For The Core is, the main festival idea is based on supporting underground music, but also on encouraging the public to pay more attention to the underground culture in which you can always find bands that are very good and who...
  • Manes-“Slow Motion Death Sequence”-review

    Manes-there is no other instance on Earth  that makes music like this. Manes is one of the bands in metal today where you don’t know what kind of album they will make next. Each record they seem to top the last one, and craft something new and exciting. With...
  • Leprous, Agent Fresco & 22 at Quantic Club-review

    Watching a Leprous show it is to witness creative minds expressing themselves in the most beautiful way. A performance that’s all about the achievement with everything from the music, the pulsating lights and the hypnotic video projections all working together in harmony with one thing in mind – to...
  • Grave Desecrator live in B52

    On the 23rd of August, we knocked off any dirt and debris from our shovels and went to desecrate the hell out of B52, at the Grave Desecrator show, hosted by no others than our favorite maniacs from Romanian Thrash Metal Club. The show was part of the headliner’s...
  • Ordinul Negru- Faustian Nights (album review)

    As you may (or may not) know Ordinul Negru is one of Fulmineos’s projects. Active since 2004 as a one man band, it become a full member band later on in 2015 with the purpose of performing live also. Meanwhile after releasing “Sorcery of Darkness” the previous vocalist left...
  • Psychedelicious FEST review

    The first edition of Psychedelicious Fest was held in Quantic Club on 27 and 28 July. The short  testimonial show us that Psychedelicious Fest is a different experience than the traditional music festival. It is a small, intimate event, put together by people who love the bands, and thrive...
  • Massive Obliteration – Demo

    From the depths of the living hell called society, I give you Massive Obliteration’s first demo released on March 2018 on cassette.   TRACKLIST Intro + Dogmatize Leads To Extinction Life? Greed Sacrified Chained To Consumerism   This is their first demo and as one can see, they don’t...
  • Decapitated- Anticult (album review)

    Requiring no further introductions, I think Decapitated is known by every death metalhead around. Playing since 1996, the band changed their style along the years.  After Organic Hallucinosis, when you listen to Carnival is Forever from 2011 you’ll notice a change, beginning with the voice and then the riffs...
  • Emmure, For the Wicked, The Dignity Complex & First Division gig review

    After 3 long years, Emmure dropped their seventh studio album “Look at Yourself” in 2017,  using 2018 to take the album on the road. I stood among the sea of coloured t-shirts and young people slowly filling the restored outdoor venue of Quantic Club, on a sunny day. The...