Tag: Entombed

Review: “II” by Serpent Omega

After seven long years in the barren wilderness following seven deadly sins, Serpent Omega have returned with a drummer of note in Peter “Fast Feet Pete” Stjärnvind  (Entombed, Nifelheim, Merciless, Unanimated, Murder Squad, VOJD) joining original members Urskogr (vocals), Brief (bass) and Jonsson (guitars) for their first new material since their 2013 debut. Since that album,

NEWS: Omnivortex provide a “Barren” blueprint!

November might seem like a long way off but you’ll only have to wait 87 days until “Diagrams of Consciousness” from Helsinki, Finland Progressive Death Metal quintet Omnivortex drops via Concorde Music Company. That will be on the 20th, with pre-orders for their debut album available here. Having formed in 2019, it’s impressive that the

Review: “Hunter Gatherer” by Avatar

In 2019 Avatar reunited with producer Jay Ruston (Stone Sour, Slipknot, Anthrax) at Sphere Studios in Los Angeles, California, where the foundation for each song on Hunter Gatherer was laid with the band performing altogether, as they’d done only once before on 2014’s “Hail the Apocalypse“. Aimed at capturing the bands live energy by allowing

Review: “All Hail The Decay” by Deathing

Back in 2014, the foundations of Deathing were paved from the ruins of band Ruindom when former bass player Marko Mäkinen dug up his guitar and started bombarding drummer Mikko Kivimäki with Death Metal riff ideas. He took the bait. Rami Vartiainen soon joined the fold to fill up the bass frequencies and with the

Review: “Judgement” by TerraDown

Winners of the Dutch Wacken Battle in 2019 that saw them play off against a whole host of other bands to get their opportunity to perform at one of Europe’s largest Metal Festivals, TerraDown gave themselves a huge platform to share their music upon. Citing influences in Amon Amarth, Avatar and Killswitch Engage, Nick Brouwer (Vocals), Jasper

Review: “Born Suffer Die” EP by Sacred Sin

Portuguese Death Metal purveyors Sacred Sin are preparing to release a full length album later this year and have advanced an EP worth of songs to give us a glimpse into what blood and thunder that might contain in the form of “Born Suffer Die“. Recorded at Rock n’ Raw studios in Lisbon in December

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

Always open to feedback, we’ve read the recent comments for this very feature and here are a few highlights… “Pleeeeeeaaaaase go heavier with Vs Tuesday!!“… “Stop the Punk Goes Pop S***“… “If it’s not Metal it doesn’t count!“… “If the verdict was ‘guilty of bullsh**’ then you’re Carole Baskin!“. So not being ones to bow

Review: “Expansion of Reality” EP by Grim Existence

Hailing from of all places Newton Abbot Devon are a five piece Metal band that are in equal measure Hardcore, Death Metal and Trash and looking to bring devistation to the nation by painting your town red after a 4 year absence. Recorded in January 2019 by Rich Robinson at Big Red Studios (RIP), “Expansion

Review: “Legion : XX” by Burn The Priest (Lamb Of God)

The build up for any Lamb of God release is always going to pretty eventful, the band having become to many the new Pantera with the likes of huge single “Redneck” from 2009’s “Wrath”. A covers album entitled “Legion : XX” under their original moniker Burn The Priest to celebrate their 20th anniversary was the surprise news