Tag: Earthwomb

Listmania: New Years Day Honours List 2021!

We reached a lot of milestone markers in the success of Metal Noise in 2021 and while we weren’t able to bring you anywhere near as many live reviews as we’d hoped for or any summer Festival coverage (for obvious reasons), there were some real bucket list moments chalked off, including our fly on the

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 EPs of 2021!

It’s snow joke that having reviewed 365 plus albums and EPs in 2021 this category is the toughest of the lot to make decisions upon. The Great Plague Years have served to reinvigorate the format with some bands even choosing to split an album into bite sized EP releases over 12 months to keep their

Review: “Excerpts From the Dark Age” by Gomorran

The flames of a funeral pyre were lit once more in the heart of Olli Lappalainen in late 2019 as he brought his hiatus from gracing the drum stool to an end with the desire to form a new band and get back to producing new music and that desire became an infectious quality as

Exclusive Interview: Earthwomb talk “Becoming Immanence”!

If you’re in search of something new then the current wave of Atmospheric Black Metal with cinematic qualities to accompany the aggressive blackened riffs and raw piercing vocals is very much an interesting place to play and hailing from Lima Peru, Earthwomb are a band who have offered up something majestic in that genre in

NEWS: Earthwomb return to “Fractal Phenomenon”!

Originally released as the first single from Lima, Peru based atmospheric Black Metal trio Earthwomb in demo form two years ago, “Fractal Phenomenon” now takes pride of place on the bands stunning debut EP “Becoming Immanence” in a more polished form. That spellbinding and brutally effective record dropped earlier this month delivering the kind of

Review: “Becoming Immanence” by Earthwomb

“We perceive the creation of our music as an evolutionary process that mutates, fed by experimentation and the relationship with our immediate context, history, mystique and socio-political upheaval. Nature is important for the conceptual and sound construction of each piece in this release, because it is used as an analyzing device of topics such as