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Deathwhite – For A Black Tomorrow

Describing an album as “heavy” seems to be a pretty trite, uninspired statement; then again, it also depends on what your definition of heavy...

Hearts Are Falling – An Interview With Katatonia’s Jonas Renkse

Katatonia's music is dark. Placing a lot of emphasis in the ambience created by their music, these Swedes have always put darkness as their main objective. With lyrics dealing with...

Paradise Lost – Symphony For The Lost

Paradise Lost have had themselves a pretty excellent 2015; The Plague Within, the band's latest studio offering, was received joyously from fans and critics...

Ghost Brigade – IV – One With The Storm

Depressive rock and doom metal have seen a lot of crossover in the last decade or two; this has been, in part, thanks to...

Vallenfyre – Splinters

Vallenfyre started as a way for Greg Mackintosh, lead guitarist and songwriter of doom/gothic metal pioneers Paradise Lost, to deal with the anger and sadness of losing...

Encountering The Divine: An Interview with Grave

Having been one of the mighty forefathers of Swedish death metal, there haven't been too many things that a band like Grave has not...

Kill Your iPod: An Interview with Steven Wilson

"The best band you've never heard of". This seems like an appropriate descriptor for Steven Wilson and even for his Porcupine Tree project. Despite...

In Search of a Lost Paradise: An Interview with Nick Holmes

Few bands can pride themselves on starting a genre, let alone a whole social movement. Paradise Lost is one of the few bands that...

Katatonia (Jonas Renkse) Interview

"I guess people adapted to what we were doing and got an idea of how we were thinking at the time. So I think a lot of people came back to Katatonia."

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Belphegor – The Devils

Belphegor's twelfth studio album, "The Devils," is a dark and intense offering that showcases the band's signature blackened death metal sound. From the opening...

Khold – Svartsyn

Khold's album "Svartsyn" has been long-awaited, with an eight-year gap since their previous release. The band's signature steely groove and downtuned guitars continue to...

Milking the Goatmachine – Nach uns die Grindflut

Milking the Goatmachine, the German-born duo of Goatleeb Udder and Goatfreed Udder, have returned with their ninth full-length album, Nach uns die Grindflut. These...
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