Category: Review

Review: “Death Comes Supreme” by Affliction Vector

Conceived as an introspective exploration by multi instrumentalist Ans in 2018 after the dissolution of Ooze and his separation from Grime, he decided to embrace a solo works, forging a path through his own inner demons, choosing isolation and his dissolving mental health as a fuel for his creative flame and following a dark path

Review: “Self Titled” by Sangheilis

Inspired largely by the American and International scene in the Metalcore, DJent, Deathcore and Nu-Metal registers and citing everything from Chimaira to Northlane from Venom Prison to Type O Negative as an influence, Sangheilis are a band that raise eyebrows in their genre shifting. They hail from Rouen in France and formed in 2013 with

Review: “Menace” by Nasty

Belgium Hardcore crew Nasty have been playing anywhere from Europe, USA, Russia, Brazil, Japan, China and Korea since 2004 while also sharing stages at countless well-known festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Hellfest, Graspop Metal Meeting, With Full Force and Resurrection Fest to name but a few, hammering out 6 albums and 2 EPs in

Review: “Vredesvävd” by Finntroll

After seven long years sailing the seven seas Helsinki, Finland’s Finntroll have returned to plunder the hidden treasures Valhalla. They bring with them their seventh studio album, recorded and mixed at the renowned Sonic PumpStudios, mastered at Chartmakers and produced by keyboardist-composer Henri “Trollhorn” Sorvali with vocalist Mathias “Vreth” Lillmåns acting as his right-hand man.

Review: “We Are Revolution” by Thrasherwolf

Raised on a raw meat diet of legends like Onslaught, Slayer and Kreator, Daniel Lucas (Vocals/Guitar), Billy Lucas (Drums), Jack Saunders (Guitar) and Alex Mitsis (Bass) formed Thrasherwolf in 2016. The London quartet then introduced themselves to an unsuspecting World with 2018’s “Blood Moon” EP while sharpening their blades in the finest of the capital

Review: “The Sign of Spiritual Delusion” by Cross Bringer

A new band formed by members of Euglena and The Homeless is Dead specializing in Blackened Hardcore, Cross Bringer has musicians in both Belgium and Russia. Their debut album “The Sign of Spiritual Delusion” was recorded in the early part of 2020 as a concept release representing phases of the phenomenon called Prelest; A spiritual

Review: “Blood Spell” by Sadistic Embodiment

Conceived in late 2017 in Edmonton, Alberta Canada by Bryan James Newbury (Drums) who you may know from both Into Eternity and  Untimely Demise; Jason Cullen (Rhythm Guitar); Curtis Vieville (Bass); Wally Fischer (Lead Guitar) form Sadistic Embodiment, a band known for creating catchy Death Metal. After a couple of line up changes and a

Review: Self Titled by BRZASK

Hailing from very heart of the Sudeten mountains and taking influence and inspiration from Sudetian folklore, the cult of “Rubezahl” and Sudetian legends are Polish Blackened Death Metal quintet BRZASK. Mixing and mastering of their self titled EP was done by Andrzej Jagielski, who recorded it with the band; Toer (Vocals), Dod (Guitar), Hoggorm (Guitar), Darlig

Review: “Enemy” by Inimical Drive

An Alternative Metal quintet hailing from St. Louis Missouri, Inimical Drive have been together since 2002 but it wasn’t until 2012’s “Signal The Sirens” that they got the attention they were looking for. Citing influences from In Flames, Metallica and Avenged Sevenfold, Mark Nicol (drums), Dan Winter (bass), Joel Corby (vocals), Nick Blackburn (guitar) and Rich

Review: “Thrashmageddon” by Demolizer

When you have an album titled “Thrashmageddon” as a self respecting Metal Head, you should know what to expect. The resurgence in the Thrash Metal scene during recent years has been a mixed affair but bands like Havok and Hazzerd have been leading the charge with London’s Thrasherwolf waving the flag held aloft by Anthrax,