Tag: Dimmu Borgir

NEWS: Borstal look to break the “Vicious Circles”!

Borstal, a brand new UK Hardcore band featuring Pierre Mendivil (Knuckledust), Nick Barker (Brujeria, ex-Cradle Of Filth, Dimmu Borgir, Testament) and members of Dripback and King Of Pigs have unleashed a video for their first single “Vicious Circles”. The track appears on their highly anticipated debut EP entitled “At Her Majesty’s Pleasure”, set to drop

Review: “Cover Compilation” by God Syndrome

A Melodic Death Metal act formed in Samara Russia in 2011, God Syndrome take influence from the Death Metal scenes in America, Sweden and Poland to create their sound which is highlighted as they pay tribute to their heroes with this covers EP. The band consists of Vocalist Pavel Bamburov, guitarist Sergey Aksenov, bassist Dmitry

Playthrough: “Cataclysm Children” by God Syndrome!

We’ve been fans of Russian Melodic Death Metal brutes God Syndrome since 2016’s “Controverse” album and back in May they unveiled a covers complication EP of note. Included on the track listing is a rendition of “Cataclysm Children” by Dimmu Borgir that features a guest appearance from Elena Feneva who adds keyboards and soundscapes and

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT. Venom.

Paying tribute to a band from Newcastle upon Tyne who essentially formed a cornerstone foundation block of influence for not only Black Metal and Death Metal but also early 80’s Thrash in Venom, today’s head to head that is Vs. Tuesday has been a long time coming. We simply don’t have enough fingers or toes

Review: “The Ascension Of Extinction” by Symphony Of Heaven

Emerging from the mud and rust of southern Indiana in 2017, Symphony of Heaven came appeared on the underground metal scene with their first EP “Of Scars And Soil“, a Melodic Blackened Death Metal debut with lyrical themes of suffering and pain and combining epic symphonic elements with blackened metallic riffs. Wasting no time, the

Review: “Isochron” by Denominate

“Isochron” marks the third studio record from Finnish Technical Progressive Death Metallers Denominate in six years, with the cover art by Juha Vuorma offering an insight into a concept record of sorts which tells a story taking the listener on a journey spanning millennia, exploring themes about the nature of the universe and the morality

Review: “Space/Time Carnivorium” by BOFO KWO

Finnish Symphonic Black Metallers BOFO KWO formed in 2014 and follows the adventures of three cannibals through their journey, sweeping across the planet. The bands debut full length marks the trio’s return to space through time. As with a lot of Black Metal, each member of the band has been given a second name and

Riff Police! Pull Over! #106: Slayer Vs Dimmu Borgir!

When Billy Milano played homage to 1990’s “Seasons In The Abyss” by Slayer by inking “Seasoning The Obese” for S.O.D. with that little bit of tongue in cheek humour, it served as a timely reminder of how good the record actually is. Recorded at Hit City West, Hollywood Sound and Record Plant in Los Angeles California,

Documentary: Reasons to hate Metal?

Why would some people intentionally make up reasons to hate Metal? Some people hate what they don’t understand. Those people usually know nothing about what they’re hating on. After all, Metal is a broad church and the sounds of Linkin Park are as incomparable with Dimmu Borgir as Meshuggah. So in this latest episode, Canadian

Review: “Time To Die” by Smell Of Decay

Smell of Decay are a French Metal band from Paris formed in 2014 influenced by Thrash, Death Metal, Hardcore from Scorpions to Dimmu Borgir, they released their debut EP “E Pluribus Unum” in March 2016, which was followed a year later by debut full length album “To the Victory“. January 2019 then saw EP “Ultra