News Posts

Warbringer and Evil Invaders will be ravaging Europe in 2023 on their co-headlining tour with support from Schizophrenia and a still to be announced band! Get your tickets now, ’cause this is going to be massive!

The Finnish misfits of blackened speed outfit Bonehunters unleash hell yet again with another track from their upcoming album ‘Dark Blood Reincarnation System’!

Das Oktober Metalfest added the Belgian thrashers of Evil Invaders to the 2021 line-up for what will be a bombshell of a show!

Black/speed/epic metallers of Hexecutor unleash pure hell yet again with another track from their upcoming new album!

Evil Invaders’ Max Mayhem joins Bütcher as the second guitarist of the Belgian black/thrash/speed metal outfit! Check it out!

Enforcer is ready to smack Europe around the ears with some proper heavy metal with support from Skull Fist and Ambush next year!

Tuska unleashed a bunch of names for 2020!

Belgian infernal blackened speed metallers Bütcher are to be releasing a brand new album in the beginning of next year!

Get ready to raise some hell at home with the upcoming live DVD of Evil Invaders!

Members from several cult speed metal bands came together and formed the new band Aphrodite, check it out!

Photo Reports

Steelchaos day 2 was yet another spectacle, both musically and visually, with shows from Chevalier, Horna, Cadaveric Incubator, Torture Killer, Lord Fist and the epic “Black Metal” anniversary celebration by Venom Inc.!

An unholy celebration of Christ’s Death with Watain and Obnoxious Youth? Sign us up! Check out the pictures of this blasphemous night!

Raise Hell! Evil Invaders destroyed the place in Helsinki and we took some pics to remember the night!

Festival Reports

Steelchaos day two was clearly the main day for many people as it clearly drew the biggest crowd with a fantastic lineup from old school heavy metal from Chevalier and Lord Fist to skull crushing death metal from Cadaveric Incubator and Torture Killer and to good ol’ Finnish black metal from Horna. And of course the much anticipated anniversary show by Venom Inc. celebrating the 40th anniversary of the classic ‘Black Metal’ album!

The 2nd day of SaariHelvetti 2021 brought us again a great combination of up-and-coming and absolutely legendary bands of the Finnish scene, though this time with a big serving of waterworks!

Lists

Steelchaos is back! If that is not reason enough to get yourself a ticket still, here are 5 reasons why you should still consider to go this weekend, including the exclusive Finland “Black Metal” 40 years anniversary show of Venom Inc.!

Album Reviews

After last year’s impressive fictional compilation album “Killection”, Lordi is back with an even more mind-blowing release as they unleash a back catalogue of 7 albums with “Lordiversity”!

Significant Point is releasing its monsoon of metal mayhem. Be prepared to go ‘Into The Storm’!

The Belgian maniacs from speed metal outfit Bütcher released their second album and it’s quite the blistering metal attack!

Germany’s take on Speed and thrash metal doesn’t need any introduction. Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves is a pure speed metal album as there is a solid improvement in the musical talent.

Pounder’s debut full-length album is quite refreshing and the band has managed to bring some energizing tunes without emulating other bands.

Are you ready to enter the kingdom of Thorium to honour their king and their God?

Conclusion: “Clockwork Immortality” is a good album by Lovebites, definitely room for improvement in an own individual sound and storytelling. Definitely give it a couple of listens, you won’t regret it.

Geeky good times aside, Gama Bomb still have a penchant for social commentary, criticizing current events with a sharp and witty sense of humour.

The search for extraterrestrial life might go on… but Armory’s ‘The Search’ is here! A combination of technical speed, armageddon and a story to think about.

Feed Me Violence is simply a violent record and it’s impossible to compare it to their debut.

Previews

The organization behind SteelFest couldn’t wait any longer and decided to call a one-off Summer edition “SteelHordes” into life, and this is why you should go.