Combining metal with electronic and synth-wave elements, Bad Omens brings us another full length album titled ‘The Death of Peace of Mind’. Out on Sumerian Records.
‘Death’s Wings Widespread’ is Grafvitnir’s latest somber output. Swedish black metal to be remembered.
Another Lovecraftian black metal release to be added to our long collection! Check out Prometheus’ ‘Resonant Echoes from Cosmos of Old’.
“The Suns of Perdition – Chapter II: Render unto Eden” is the newest epic brought by Canadian black metal masters Panzerfaust?
Finnish melodeath outfit myGRAIN comes back with a renewed and rejuvenated sound and energy on their new release ‘V’!
Swedish melodeath veterans Dark Tranquillity are back with their 12th album baptized ‘Moment’ and it’s quite the release!
It’s fast, it’s strong, it tells a story and it does this with the most detailed electronic sound effects.
The sound behind the sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll story of Motley Crue.
Certainly people who are interested in following the band or want to explore the more folky side of their sound (and that of their genre-mates) will have a good time with this album.
Hath made their debut record count big time. A diverse and dynamic record that contains nothing but suprises and amazing musicianship.
Tonight we enjoyed ourselves a bit of noise with none other than Rhode Island’s notorious Daughters, with support from Ghent’s Youff.
Enter Shikari is a band of extremes. They’ve switched back and forward between styles and genres and we witnessed their newest show. As It Is was there to warm up the crowd and delivered!
Twenty years. Two decades. Almost an entire generation. That’s how long long the Beglian rockers of Triggerfinger have been around. That calls for a celebration, right?
After it seemed we were getting no show at all, we ended up having a blast at one hell of a rock show by Danko Jones!
A crowded tiny venue lurking somewhere on the side of the legendary Tavastia Club in Helsinki, got filled to the brim to celebrate the release of Blue Eyed Sons’ latest EP!
Alien Weaponry definitely killed it on their very first gig in Belgium at Le Cercle, on 09/08/2018. The New-Zealander trio knows how to rule a stage, be it through the sheer power of their performance, or their interaction with the crowd.
On a hot summer’s day in June the doom had come to Sint Niklaas, where at the cozy venue De Casino a small festival was held with some small, but no less exquisite bands: Shades of Black: The Doom Chapters.
The weather had been indecisive for a few days before the show, veering between pleasant summer and anticipating thunder, which left a very hot and brewing air indoors. An ideal atmosphere for a night of heavy stoner rock, if you ask me. I’d seen and shot Monster Magnet a couple of years before at the […]
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