Album Reviews

‘Dust’ imparts the technical skills of the band, proving that Thron employs enough variation to deliver a tight performance. These Germans’ fourth album is well crafted and comes highly recommended for fans of Dissection, Tribulation and Necrophobic. Out on Listenable Records.

Erzfeynd second full-length album “Muspilli” invokes pagan and medieval atmospheres, mastermind Nahdrut Herlarecks utilizes a vast composition and brings a grandeur saga to his sonic oeuvre and with the music woven into grand atmospheric qualities. Out on Ván Records.

Erzfeynd’s full-length album “Behaft Behert” takes you back to the ancient medieval times, this is a fresh take on atmospheric and raw black metal, if you are into bands like Troll, Manes and Abigor then this is for you. Out via Ván Records.

“Devil, Stone & Man” is a worthy album in the band’s discography as on the whole the eight tracks are overwhelmingly heavy outlined by the performance of these German lads.

“Striving Towards Oblivion” is inexplicably unique excelling in vibrancy, Vorga managed to express its fluent ideas.

Furis Ignis’ debut album “Decapitate the Aging World” is a raw set of five primitive unholy black metal anthems.

Mystic Circle’s self-titled album delivers brilliant musicianship, arguably the eighth album is their most aggressive and melodic piece of black metal.

Thulcandra’s sonic permutation recaptures the soulful essence that defines the majesty of the Swedish melodic black/death metal.

Fyrnask on their fourth studio album ‘VII Kenoma’ reaches a high virtue in the hierarchy of modern black metal.

Sarkrista continues to expand on the melodic landscape, without sacrificing the main elements of the music.