album review

  • 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...
  • Cenotaph – Perverse Dehumanized Dysfunctions

    After 7 years Cenotaph, the Brutal Death Metal band from Turkey, released their 6th full length – Perverse Dehumanized Dysfunctions, this summer on June 8th on CD. The artwork made by Toshihiro Egawa, supports the central lyrical theme – parasitic infestation. Now prepare for 30:46 minutes of pure slaughter....
  • Undergang – Misantropologi

    Misantropologi was released this year on 23rd June, both on Digital format and CD, by the prolific (their 4th full-length in 7 years) Danish Death Metal maniacs from Undergang. This album follows their usual approach – an insane mixture of primitive raw and grotesque atmosphere with a Demilich tinge....
  • Urn – The Burning

    After almost 9 years and a half since their last album, the Finnish band Urn decided to smash our heads with a comeback release. And what a comeback it is! Pure hell at its finest from the beginning to the end. Full of catchy and surprising riffs with an...