Tag: Immortal

Bootleg: “At The Heart of Winter” from Theosophy!

Freshly dug up from the archives Russian Black Metallers Theosophy have gone back to Barnaul and 22nd April 2012 for a cover of “At The Heart of Winter” by Immortal. Back in May 2020 they released and we reviewed their fifth studio album together “Towers Of Dark Pantheon” which is soaked in lyrical themes of

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Albums of 2020!

Probably the toughest category of our listmania awards series each year has to be the albums. These pages have had a daily review during the year of the Great Plague of 2020 and there have even been some occasions when there have been more than one. So that’s 365 plus records to consider, which is

Review: “Annihilation” by Plaguebreeder

Inspired by such bands as Immortal, Behemoth and Dark Funeral, 2010 saw the birth of Plaguebreeder in Lahti, Finland. A decade of aggression has followed with the trio who now comprise Ardeath (vocals, bass, orchestra), Klaath (guitar) and Kalmisto (drums) waging war on the planet in Extreme Metal. Originally entitled “Misanthropy”, the bands fourth in

Playthrough: “Death Portrait” by Lorna Shore!

There was a chance that “Immortal” would be shelved while Lorna Shore hunted down a new vocalist but fortunately they didn’t and the results speak for themselves. Drummer Austin Archey provides all the rhythmic power requited to ignite a fire underneath the rest of the band and has been filmed by Brett Miller for Sick

Documentary: A Metalhead’s Summer Survival Guide!

…with a tongue in cheek sense of humour, Canadian Black Metal Werewolf has shared his tips for staying cool as a Metalhead in Summer, including the essential listening that is Immortal, in your need to beat the heat. The Gentleman is also selling some patches so if you’ve got a denim jacket with free space

The Black Map #110: Sphinx from London!

Originating in Faro, Portugal and relocating to London, Progressive Death Metal quartet Sphinx are a beast of Pacific Rim status. The quartet debuted “Immortal” in 2017, an album not only strongly influenced by old school technical Death Metal acts but also by a love of videogames, fables and paying attention to the finest of details

NEWS: Betrayer cover Lorna Shore!

If it turns out that the revolving door of Lorna Shore vocalists is going to keep turning and Monument Of A Memory and former A Wake In Providence man Will Ramos, who replaced CJ McCreery for the bands run on the Faces Of Death Tour isn’t going to be the permanent replacement, then they need

Review: “Path To Immortality” by Voices Of Ruin

Releasing three albums in a decade on the scene might not seem like that much but with each installment, Anaheim Californian quintet Voices Of Ruin have upped their game. This time out they have spared no expense and worked with Machine Head, Soulfy and Once Human guitarist Logan Mader (Gojira, SepticFlesh), who produced the album

Bootleg: “King Ov Deception” from Lorna Shore!

It’s time for another cut from Lorna Shore while they were on the Faces Of Death Tour. Filmed at the 13th March stop of the tour in Glasgow Scotland at Slay, here’s “King ov Deception“. Monument of a Memory vocalist Will Ramos replaced CJ McCreery for the bands immediate shows however it’s not been announced

Bootleg: “Immortal” from Lorna Shore!

Filmed at The Faces Of Death tour stop at Doornroosje in Nijmegen Holland, here’s the title track from the recently released and impressive album “Immortal” from Lorna Shore. New vocalist Will Ramos of Monument Of A Memory/ex-A Wake In Providence fame is the man of the moment, announced at the last minute before they tour.