Tag: Millstone

NEWS: Millstone plant the seed…

Watching the flowers bloom once more, Siberia Groove Death Metal band Millstone have returned to their May released EP for an arty and apocalyptic music video for “Single Fiery Flower“. Originally known as Anatomy of the Void, the band rebranded in the wake of 2017’s “Upgrade Or Die” and unveiled the phenomenon that is concept

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

The question is… Is there a Black Sabbath song that hasn’t been covered at some point in the past fifty four years because it feels like not only does every single band on the Planet have a Black Sabbath cover in their arsenal but every guitarist does as well. Not that that is a bad

Playthrough: “Single Fiery Flower” from Millstone!

Unlucky for some, Siberia Groove Death Metal band Millstone chose to drop a new EP “Single Fiery Flower” signalling the end of the “Isle” era. The record comprises the title track as well as a cover of “Into The Void” by Black Sabbath in both studio and live forms and is available over at bandcamp.

Playthrough: “The Dark Tower” from Millstone!

Coupled with the promise of new material soon, Groove infused Death Metal outfit Millstone have shared a guitar playthrough video for “The Dark Tower” from their debut album “Isle“,  which while technically speaking is their debut under the name Millstone, isn’t their debut album as a group as they have existed as Anatomy Of The

Playthrough: “One-way Ticket” from Millstone!

As concept albums go, one of the finest of 2021 has to be “Isle” by Siberian metal collective Millstone. Released back in May, its based on a work of science fiction called “The Inhabited Island”, a novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky that depicts a dystopian future and was written by mastermind Ivan Scherbakov and

Throwback: “Anatomy Of The Void” by Millstone!

Whether it’s because of legal disputes with labels, management or former members or because of a style shift that sees a band switch genres dramatically, band change their names and for Siberian Groove infused Death Metal quartet Millstone, they were formerly known as Anatomy Of The Void. A decade before their concept album based on

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

The continuation of the longest running series upon these pages means it will soon surpass Sir Mo Farah’s average road race mileage and this time our we’re going for something heavier. There aren’t going to be many who could argue that the first two Slipknot albums are better than the rest of their back catalogue,

Playthrough: “Everything As It Should Be” from Millstone!

Last month saw a concept album based on sci-fi novel “The Inhabited Island” by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky called “Isle“ surface from the black depths from Siberian Groove infused Death Metal quartet Millstone. Produced by  Vladimir Lehtinen (Second To Sun, Ultar, Grima); the story of Maxim Kammerer, a cosmonaut who gets stranded on the Alien

Review: “Isle” by Millstone

As the 10th Anniversary of their album “Moment Of Truth” approaches across the barren, War torn lands with the slow rumbling of the tanks caterpillar tracks as depicted on the cover art of their latest burnt offering “Isle“, Siberian Groove soaked Death Metallers Millstone have a lot to smile an evil black toothed grin about.

NEWS: Millstone strike three with “Everything As It Should Be”!

The third single from the next weekend releasing concept album from Serbian Metal collective Millstone has been unveiled in “Everything As It Should Be”. Its taken from an album written by mastermind Ivan Scherbakov and produced by Vladimir Lehtinen (Second To Sun, Ultar, Grima) entitled “Isle” which is based on sci-fi novel “The Inhabited Island” by Arkady