album review

  • Schammasch “Hearts of No Light” album review

    Swiss black metal avant-garde band Schammasch return with their brand new album ‘Hearts Of No Light’, which lays its foundation in the heights of their past work while presenting their most flowing and organic approach to date – pitch-black at its core and vast and expansive in experimentation. The band’s...
  • Vltimas – Something Wicked Marches In

    David Vincent of Morbid Angel, Rune Eriksen of Mayhem and Flo Mounier of Cryptopsy formed a supergroup named Vltimas.I am a big fan of Cryptopsy and Morbid Angel and of course Mayhem I was very surprised to find out they started a band but also I was kinda skeptical about...
  • The Stone-Kruna Praha

    The Stone is a band in Serbia and over time they have managed to make a rather rich discography. Their fourth EP “Kruna Praha” contains 5 songs, of which only 3 appear on CD and the other have been taken out “Kruna Praha” is the EP with the richest sound...
  • Zos Vel Thagirion-Split Album

    Devathorn is a black metal trio from Athens, Greece. The band has been active in the scene for more than 12 years. In 2018 Devathorn released a split with the infamous Inferno hailing from the Czech Republic. Titled “Zos Vel Thagirion”, a newborn spawn arises from the very depths...
  • Anaal Nathrakh – A New Kind Of Horror-Album review

    The shortest album released, until now, by this British extreme metal band. With only 10 tracks: The Road To… Obscene As Cancer The Reek Of Fear Forward! New Bethlehem/Mass Death Futures The Apocalypse Is About You! Vi Coactus Mother Of Satan The Horrid Strife Are We Fit For Glory...
  • Ghost Bath-Starmourner review

    Controversial and having a mysterious story, the americans from GHOSTBATH are back with a new album entitled “Starmourner” which is a fusion of black metal and post rock. I would call it a perfect atmospheric blackgaze. Starmourner tells the story of someone in an infinite dream where they can’t...
  • Spectral “Neural Correlates of Hate” album review

    Spectral took their time to write this first album. First thing that goes through my mind when I think about this album it is that it has such a twisted perception on life; it is so dark and reading the lyrics honestly made me think about today`s social scene...
  • Mournful Congregation-“The Incubus of Karma” review

    It’s safe to assume that the new Mournful Congregation “The Incubus of Karma“  album would be like a magnum opus for the band with crushing guitar riffs . Since their first demo in 1994, they have released a significant discography,  and their style and unique approach somehow resembles  the...
  • Drudkh-Їм часто сниться капіж (They Often See Dreams About the Spring) review

    This month, the Ukrainian black metal legends, Drudkh released their eleventh album called “They Often See Dreams About the Spring”. Drudkh are known for their atmospheric sound with epic folk-influences. Their style has developed over time and now it has gained a sort of maturity which is understood by...