• Decapitated, Hatesphere, Thy Disease, Grimaze & Dehydrated

    Four bands right in the middle of the week, just in time to fill you up with energy for the remaining two days of work. First band on stage was Dehydrated, a female fronted death metal band from Siberia. They are band which reminds of Infected Rain and I...
  • Abstracter “Cinereous Incarnate” album review

    They call the end of times. They sing about it. In the utmost cold and lifeless manner, relentlessly bringing the end of times throughout, descending into the nine circles of hell. From the opening song, Abstracter build an atmosphere that capitalizes on their trademark manner drenched in coldness and...
  • Old Grave Fest VII (2018)

    Old Grave Fest (powered by our very own favorite psychos from RTMC) is maybe one of the best Underground indoor metal festivals from Eastern Europe. So far, every edition was awesome & insane and this year’s edition made no exception. As a tradition, Old Grave Fest VII took place...
  • Kriegsmaschine -Apocalypticists

    I’ve always been a fan of Polish black metal, and Kriegsmaschine are one of the reasons why.The grim-sounding black metal duo has been making unholy noise since 2002 and now they released their last album “Apocalypticists” Kriegsmaschine still have their finger on our pulse and our fast-twitch muscle fibers, displaying...
  • Sargeist-Unbound

    Hailing from Finland,Sargeist are one of the most iconic finish black metal band and it started as Shatraug’s solo project. Sargeist’s latest album “Unbound” is an endlessly listenable record of pure riff addiction and despair, channelling the strengths of second wave black metal. “Unbound“ is the creation of an entirely...
  • Hooded Menace – “Ossuarium Silhouettes Unhallowed” album review

    Hooded Menace was formed by Lasse (also known from the cult Finnish death metal band Phlegethon and death/grinders VacantCoffin) in the summer of 2007. In June 2011 Hooded Menace signed to Relapse Records. They are looking to spread their music to fans of totally heavy and ultra-crushing doom and...
  • Yob “Our Raw Heart”- review

    Yob seems to be the forefront of the Oregon doom metal movement since their formation back in 1996. The band features Mike Scheidt on guitar and vocals, Travis Foster on drums and Aaron Rieseberg on bass. The band’s sound usually summons images of autumn nights and rusty  forests, utilizing...
  • 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...