Tag: Alcest

Review: “In the Shadow of the Lighthouse” by Sirens Bay

“A lone sailor is one night visited by a mermaid, who tells him an old legend: there’s a lighthouse where your deepest desire can become reality. If you follow the elusive strings of light, at dawn you’ll be confronted by the mysterious entity known as Laguz. If you can overcome its trial, you will be

Review: “Heed the Call” by Sirens Bay

An instrumental solo project conceived by Italian multi instrumentalist Alessandro Caberlotto previously known for his works in Grindcore, Sirens Bay is inspired instead by atmospheric Black Metal and Blackgaze acts including Alcest and Ulver. Entirely self produced record, “Heed The Call” is the return of Caberlotto to music after several years of silence, the fires

Review: “Mӕre” by Harakiri For The Sky

As a duo Salzburg Austria pairing Harakiri For The Sky have released an album every two years since their 2012 self titled debut, a unique blend of atmospheric Black Metal and Progressive Rock that gives both the inescapable maelstrom of shattering screams and the sudden acoustic guitar interludes that are World’s apart and yet sit

Review: “Self Titled” by Dyatlove

Recorded at Rain City Recorders with Matt Roach over the course of a few days, Vancouver Canada’s Dyatlove wanted to get things right for their debut record and capture the same intense passion and emotion that they bring to the jam space and commit it to tape. The quartet comprise an axis of Sam Caviglia (guitar/vocals)

NEWS: Alcest bring “Spiritual Instinct” to March!

Parisian Nuclear Blast signings Alcest have announced tour in support of their upcoming album, “Spiritual Instinct“, which will be everywhere on 25th October with Birds In Row and Kaelan Mikla. A pair of UK dates are in March… 5th Manchester, Gorilla 6th Bristol, The Fleece

NEWS: Damnation Festival 2019 line-up announcement!

Having already announced a pretty damn impressive line up for this year’s incarnation of Damnation Festival, the organisers have not only added the mighty and resurgent Raging Speedhorn but also said that there are four more to go! Taking place at Leeds University on 2nd November the line up for Damnation Festival 2019 so far…

NEWS: Download Festival add 43!

The organizers of Download Festival have announced 43 additions to this year’s incarnation with some interesting choices. Heart of a Coward will hopefully have their new album completed in the for the festival, while Brighton Progressive Instrumental trio Toska‘s rise is nothing short of incredible! Whether their inclusion also means that Frog Leap will appear