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Revolting – The Shadow at the World’s End

Revolting's latest release is a good conjunction of modern death metal and the thrusting elements of old school Stockholm death metal.

Stormkeep – Galdrum

Stormkeep on their debut EP album offers a decent performance for both fans of melodic black metal and dungeon synth daydreamers.

Eternal Champion – Ravening Iron

“Ravening Iron” is more than an embodiment of 80s heavy metal. The band has conveyed surreal art that draws life from the ancient mythologies of magic and dragons.

Soulburn – Noa’s D’ark

Soulburn on their fourth outing has delivered a powerful album full of grooves, slow captivating leads and pulverizing ferocity. 'Noa’s D’ark' will surely satisfy...

Of Feather and Bone – Sulfuric Disintegration

The U.S. trio from Denver, Colorado has once again offered their latest inspiration leading them to unleash one of the most chaotic and devastating death metal albums of...

Undeath – Lesions of a Different Kind

Undeath on their first full-length album provides us with something rotten 'Lesions of a Different Kind' has lived up to the hype. This is without a doubt one of the...

Auðn – Vökudraumsins fangi

'Vökudraumsins fangi' draws a thin line between aggression and deeply melancholic elements of Icelandic black metal.

Carcass – Despicable EP

“Despicable” is overtly melodic, well-executed, and ridiculously enjoyable this is certainly a solid release by Carcass.

Mörk Gryning – Hinsides Vrede

Fans who have anticipated the return of this Swedish black metal band, rest assured: 'Hinsides Vrede' combines the spine-chilling symphonies of the Nordic black metal.

Benediction – Scriptures

On 'Scriptures' you should expect nothing but a groundbreaking performance and for this reason, Benediction’s latest record is inflated with that nostalgic old spirit.