Tag: Finntroll

Review: “Colour the Soul” by Unbowed

Treading the boards since 2011, Canadian Extreme Metal quintet Unbowed celebrate a decade of destruction with their third album “Colour the Soul” and return to illustrator Marta Sokołowska who created the artwork for 2014’s “Collapse the World” for the artwork for this one 7 years on. Written and recorded by Unbowed at Nomadic Arts Studios

Exclusive Interview: Kouta talk debut EP “Aarnihauta” and new material!

A Finnish Folk tinged Black Metal act inspired by a love of old Nordic lore, myths and legends Kouta unveiled their debut EP “Aarnihauta” last month, one which thematically tells of the appearance of the mythological being from which the band take their name, whose malevolence brings judgment and despair upon the treacherous mankind. Intrigued

NEWS: Unbowed return in search of a hero?

Featuring guest appearances from Joel Violette (Thrawsunblat, Woods of Ypres), Mathias “Vreth” Lillmåns (Finntroll, And Oceans, Dispyt) and Frederik Jensen (Mother Of All, Plained) Canadian Melodic Blackened Death Metal outfit Unbowed have announced that 20th May will see their third album “Colour the Soul” land on shelves with  artwork by illustrator Marta Sokołowska, who is also

Review: “Age Of Curse” by Lord Of Pagathorn

The Age of Curse is upon us; the Great Plague sweeps the barren land as ash rains forth from the skies and the frostbitten masses gather around the funeral pyre for warmth and solace. The album marks the third full-length opus from Finnish Black Metal quartet Lord Of Pagathorn in seven years since their 2014

Review: “Vredesvävd” by Finntroll

After seven long years sailing the seven seas Helsinki, Finland’s Finntroll have returned to plunder the hidden treasures Valhalla. They bring with them their seventh studio album, recorded and mixed at the renowned Sonic PumpStudios, mastered at Chartmakers and produced by keyboardist-composer Henri “Trollhorn” Sorvali with vocalist Mathias “Vreth” Lillmåns acting as his right-hand man.