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Disperse – Living Mirrors
As both a maker and aficionado of progressive metal, it’s hard to make a blanket statement on the state of the genre. On one...
Paradox – Tales of the Weird
There's been a great deal of turbulence in Paradox's career. Constant splits and personnel changes might have knocked many other bands out of the...
Finsterforst – Rastlos
Finsterforst is a folk metal act hailing from the heart of Germany, a country whose great folklore and music many take for granted. The...
Wintersun – Time I
If you had told me six months ago I’d be writing this review, I wouldn’t have believed you. Yet here it is, on my...
A Life Once Lost – Ecstatic Trance
There comes a time for every self-proclaimed metal journalist, when he is faced with a dubious release. You spin the album round and round,...
Cradle of Filth – The Manticore and Other Horrors
Whenever a new Cradle of Filth album is released, it is met with either absolute love or pure disdain. Throughout their career the band...
Stone Sour – House of Gold and Bones, Part 1
It’s been a turbulent two years in Stone Sour’s career, related to the two of the band members’ main band, Slipknot. The death of...
Undercroft – Ruins of Gomorrah
Although you might need a brief introduction to Undercroft, metal fans from Latin America are all too familiar with the Chilean thrashers. These guys...
Satan’s Wrath – Galloping Blasphemy
Revisiting the roots has become somewhat a trend in the world of heavy metal these days. Many bands nowadays choose to forsake the modern...
Skálmöld – Börn Loka
Whenever I hear about a new folk/viking/pagan metal band, I always approach their music with a healthy dose of skepticism. The market is packed...
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The Dark Side of Business: An Interview with Scott Ian Lewis of Carnifex
Scott Ian Lewis on the dangerous state of live music, comics, and Necromanteum
“The songs you love, but not played well” – An Interview with Devin Townsend
Get Ready for Wacken 2023
Get ready to unleash your metal power because Wacken Open Air is back with a bang for its 2023 edition! Mark your calendars for...