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Norse – Pest

There are certain rules you have to follow to make good album art. While there is an endless number of codes and conventions that...

Kaunis Kuolematon – Kylmä Kaunis Maailma

Out of the stormy Scandinavian tundras comes the debut full-length from Kaunis Kuolematon, the latest addition to Finnish extreme metal institution Violent Journey Records....

Triptykon – Melana Chasmata

When dealing with new releases from artists as prolific as ex-Celtic Frost and Hellhammer vocalist Thomas Gabriel Fischer (better known by his stage name ‘Tom Warrior’), it’s very easy...

Coprolith – Death March

Following 2010’s Cold Grief Relief, Finnish death metal veterans Coprolith, are ready to unleash their new full-length LP, Death March. Drawing from the age...

Warckon – High Treason

Warckon’s new full-length, High Treason, ticks all the boxes of a great thrash album. Blisteringly fast? Check. Deliciously self-indulgent riffs? Check. Gracefully nimble-yet-powerful drumming? Checkarooney....

Al Namrood – Heen Yadhar Al Ghasq

In such a competitive genre, it’s all too common for bands to make audacious statements about their art to make it stand out from...

Eths – Ex Umbra in Solem

After the departure of guitarist Greg Rouvière and vocalist Candice Clot last year, many longtime fans of Marsielle metalcore outfit Eths feared for their...

Sleepy Sun – Maui Tears

The psychedelic revival seemed to come out of nowhere. Like punk rock, walnut ice-cream and Staind, it’s always been around, but we all stopped...

A Tree of Signs – Saturn

On their sophomore EP Saturn, Portugal doom rockers A Tree Of Signs conjure a ritualistic concoction of Sabbathian riff ballads and grim stoner dirges....

Dim Aura – The Negation of Existence

From the first barrage of reverberated toms and crushing hammer of scooped guitars, The Negation Of Existence instantly calls back to old-school black metal...

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