Mask of Insanity are a beast that rose from the black depths of Lelystad Netherlands in 2015 to conjure Blackened Melodic Death Metal around an axis of Gildor van Mourlik (bass, vocals) and Vincent Klien (guitars) who were joined by Cor Vos (guitars) for their debut album “Damnation Is Eternal“, which spent some five years
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Recorded at More Sound Studios in Syracuse, New York before being mixed by Dan Swanö (Opeth, Katatonia) and mastered by Jens Bogren (Sepultura, At The Gates) and critically acclaimed as one of the finest albums of 2019, “Veil Of Imagination” by Wilderun sees re-release under special licence via Century Media in July 2020. When we
There have been a lot of naysayers since Max and Igor Cavalera left Sepultura and many may have thought that the remaining members of the original line up in guitarist Andreas Kisser and bassist Paulo Jr would have given up the name in the face of them and started over. But they haven’t and with
Skipping release day Friday and putting out “The Body Cosmic” on Saturday 9th November is an interesting move from Iapetus but in truth, given the host of big names involved in their sophomore album, it deserves to stand apart from the pack. Recorded by Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me) and with drums performed by
The Carillon Guitars Promethean 5 bass played by Martino Garattoni in this playthrough video for “Intra Venus” from the current Ne Obliviscaris album “Urn” is an absolute peach of an instrument. Who doesn’t like a flamed maple neck and an ebony fretboard with EMG 40DC pickups?!
The organizers of Download Festival have announced 43 additions to this year’s incarnation with some interesting choices. Heart of a Coward will hopefully have their new album completed in the for the festival, while Brighton Progressive Instrumental trio Toska‘s rise is nothing short of incredible! Whether their inclusion also means that Frog Leap will appear
Andorran progressive death metallers Persefone have released a lyric video for “In Lak’ech” featuring Ne Oblivicaris‘ Tim Charles. The song is taken from the bands new album “Perle” while the video was directed by Dead Flag Productions.
Ne Obliviscaris have announced a European and UK tour supporting their current album “Urn”. The UK dates are in March and the band have said they will be playing a full 90 minute headlining set. 25th Dublin – Voodoo Lounge 27th Glasgow – Audio 28th Nottingham – Rescue Rooms 29th Manchester – Rebellion 30th London –