Tag: Maudiir

NEWS: Maudiir gives up the ghost?

After two well received EPs in “Le Temps Peste” and “La Part du Diable” released a year apart almost to the day, Montreal, Qu├ębec one man Blackened Thrash project Maudiir, an outlet for observations on obedience and industrialization riddled with man-made waste, has shared a second seemingly standalone single. Featuring Max Beausejour on drums the

NEWS: Maudiir claims Sid Vicious Was Innocent…

If you’re not familiar with the work of Maudiir then all you need to know is that he’s a seasoned musician and a one man Blackened Thrash Metal project that serves as an outlet for observations on obedience and industrialization riddled with man-made waste with a pair of well received EPs currently on our playlist.

Review: “Not At All” by Eurkuh

There seems to be something in the water in Australia because the country keeps producing wave after Tsunami wave of bands and musicians with supreme talent when it comes to Metal. Hailing from the ‘The place of many crows‘ otherwise known as the Wagga Wagga region in New South Wales comes Eurkuh, a mysterious one

Review: “Black Thrash Mass” by Wratheon

A mysterious solo project rising rising from the abyss in the United States of America, Wratheon is a Black Thrash Metal Monster that “takes a hard opposition on systemic oppression by detailing the need to abolish the rich, religion, and authoritarians with songs ranging from tales of real evil, triumphant war cry, nihilism, and are

Review: “Le Temps Peste” by Maudiir

Maudiir is a one-man Blackened Thrash solo project that serves as an outlet for observations on obedience and industrialization riddled with man-made waste that simply don’t fit into multi instrumentalist F’s other projects, having formerly been a member of Deeply Confused while currently being a member of Tears for the Dead Gods and leading Progressive

Review: “La Part Du Diable” by Maudiir

If you’re a fan of Deeply Confused, Tears for the Dead Gods or Progressive Thrash Metal outfit Trinity Blast then you will be familiar with the work of Maudiir without even knowing it. The one-man Blackened Thrash Metal project is the work of a mysterious figure known simply as F who has previously or is

NEWS: Maudiir awakes from “The Slumber”?

The rising Blackened Thrash tide knows now bounds with solo project Maudiir the latest in a long line to call the genre his own. Taking advantage of complete creative control and effortlessly moving between styles, adding infusions of punk, focused guitar solos and clean production to the classic black metal vocals and chunky bass riffs,