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
The sophomore album from German Industrial Metallers titans Rammstein, “Sehnsucht” was unveiled in 1997 with huge singles “Engel” and “Du Hast” paving the way for not only a sold out European club tour but for a US run on the Family Values tour with KoRn, Orgy, Limp Bizkit and Ice Cube the following year. Despite
Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden Enigmatical band are comprised of multi instrumentalist The Entity who handles guitars, bass, keyboards, samples and programming alongside a vocalist simply named The Voice. Together they have forged a trilogy of EP’s called “Transmission” that first appeared on the bandcamp frequency in March 2019 and came to an end in October 2020.
Having been dragged kicking and screaming through a hole in the space time continuum by Demons who want to eat our brains, we return to March 2019 and the release of the first EP in the trilogy from Enigmatical entitled “Transmission I“. As the saga in now complete and we have reviewed the second and
The third and final chapter in the “Transmission” saga sees duo The Entity (Guitars, bass, keyboards, samples, programming) joined by The Voice for another Cosmic Black Metal Industrialism from Stockholm, Sweden. An undercurrent of science fiction soundscapes that augment the lyrical concept that takes us on a journey through a dark multiverse from the perspective
The second in a trilogy and promising to offer a more riff-heavy affair then its predecessor while keeping hold of the electronic influences, “Transmission II” is the work of Enigmatical. Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden the band are comprised of multi instrumentalist The Entity who handles guitars, bass, keyboards, samples and programming alongside vocalist Simon Chttln.