Tag: Nekrogoblikon

NEWS: Hunt The Dinosaur go full Armadillo?!

Tearing up the road until the middle of next month with Nekrogoblikon, Inferi the Aether Realm on the Goblin Mode Tour, the poster for which has some classy Paul Kidby style artwork, Progressive Deathcore champions Hunt The Dinosaur have announced they have a new EP in the works. No title, date or artwork has been given

Review: “Cosmic Warfare” by Atavistia

“This upcoming album portrays many emotions which have transpired over the past two and a half years. There are dark moments full of pure chaos and anger to moments of triumph and tranquility. I am very proud of how the album flows together.” ~ Mattias Sippola

Bootleg: Nekrogoblikon at Bloodstock Open Air Festival!

Having teased us all week with a run of songs cut from the set, the powers that be a Bloodstock Open Air Festival have finally given us the moment we’ve all be waiting for. A pro-shot full set from Californian Melodic Death Metal masters Nekrogoblikon that was filmed at last summers incarnation of the annual

Review: “The Drakketh Saga” by Dragoncorpse

How can we put this? Lets try this… An actively growing concern since 2021 that has brought a trio of singles to the King’s table thus far, Dragoncorpse are an intriguing international prospect. Depending on where you look Dragoncorpse the bands sound has been defined as Death Metal that seamlessly blends Deathcore and Power Metal

Review: “Winds Of The Cosmos” by Celestial Wizard

Born from the Mountains of Colorado, Celestial Wizard have been blazing new trails since 2017, creating for themselves a signature sound that pulls from the Worlds of both Power and Death Metal. Their debut album “A Sinister Awakening” was released in 2018 and it saw the band bring fantasy and science fiction themes to the table

NEWS: It’s Bodom Night for Nekrogoblikon!

Following the news that their music video for “This Is It” surpassed a million YouTube streams just before Christmas, Californian Melodic Death Metal act Nekrogoblikon have paid tribute to the late great Alexi Laiho and Children Of Bodom with a cover of “Bodom Beach Terror“. April’s “The Fundamental Slimes and Humours” continues to cause our

Review: “Doomsday Psalm” by Dystopia A.D.

When distilled down to the bare essentials, Dystopia A.D. is a project masterminded by Chris Whitby who somehow has managed to perform vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards and drum programming to breath life into his vision. That leaves Aki Shishido to add some mesmerising lead guitar work and Charlie Munro responsible for drum arrangement, mixing and

Review: “Opus Limbonica” by Clamoris

Perhaps if it wasn’t for the years of the great plague we may have seen the debut album “Opus Limbonica” from Clamoris far sooner than we have but on paper at least, the record is the culmination of five years of work at the grindstone, sharpening the edges of the material forged in the fires

Bootleg: “Bones” from Nekrogoblikon!

They say that timing is everything and a pro-shot live rendition of “Bones” by Nekrogoblikon has surfaced ahead of the bands extensive US tour with GWAR to remind you of just what to expect from the Melodic Death Metallers if you grab a ticket. While the original version appears on the bands current album “The Fundamental

Review: “Abhorrent Obsessions” by Carrion Vael

Hailing from Richmond Indiana, Carrion Vael have been walking where Gods fear to tread since unveiling 2017’s “Resurrection Of The Doomed” confirmed their abilities in alchemy, combining elements of Technical, Melodic and Traditional Death Metal with not only Thrash but Slam and Old School Death Metal to create a sound that stands out from the