Tag: Thresholds

Bootleg: The Curse Of Millhaven at Ieperfest 2022!

“Yes, it is I, Lottie, the Curse of Millhaven, I’ve struck horror in the heart of this town, Like my eyes ain’t green and my hair ain’t yellow — It’s more like the other way around, I gotta pretty little mouth underneath all the foaming, La la-la-la, la la-la-lie, Sooner or later we all gotta

NEWS: The Curse Of Millhaven get lost in the matrix?

Lepar Belgian Groove Metal Kings The Curse Of Millhaven brought their A game with their last album “Thresholds“, along with a myriad of guests adding guitar parts to what is a heaven for those who worship the riff. They’ve premiered a highly anticipated new single in “Maze“, with an introspective lyric that resonates alongside their

NEWS: The Curse Of Millhaven return to Reign…

Filmed during a run of shows with Fleddy Mercury and Arson at Het Depot in Gent Belgium, The Curse Of Millhaven have dropped a music video for “My Reign, My Wrath” from their August 2019 album “Thresholds“. The shows represent the Death Groove Metallers first in 20 months in support of an album that deserves

NEWS: The Curse of Millhaven return to “The Infection”!

It’s become a source of much irony that a number of Metal tracks about isolation, virus and disease have become very relevant, each one like a prediction of the future. Back in 2017, Belgian Metallers The Curse of Millhaven dropped 20 minutes of brutality entitled “Plagues” with themes with stories of Black Death, Malaria, Cholera

NEWS: The Curse Of Millhaven prey on “Weakness”?

Belgian natives The Curse Of Millhaven dropped the impressive “Thresholds” back in August. A belter of a record it uses melodically fast riffs and destructive blasts beats drawing influences from Aborted, The Black Dahlia Murder and All Shall Perish. They’ve shared a music video for single “Weakness” just before Christmas!

Review: “Thresholds” by The Curse Of Millhaven

“You must have heard about the Curse of Millhaven, How last Christmas Bill  Blake’s little boy didn’t come home. They found him the next week, up in One Mile creek. With his head bashed in and his pockets full of stones. Well, just imagine all the wailing and moaning. La la-la-la, la la-la-lie. Even Bill