Album Reviews

Mastermind Swartadapuz brings the songs into a blaze of majestic beauty that makes every minute of the sophomore’Föllo af Svavel, Lifvets Dimridå’ a mesmerizing journey.

Bekëth Nexëhmü’s fourth album encapsulates the essence of bands like Ulver, Satyricon and Burzum and draws nearer to the themes of depressing black metal.

Ars Hmu’s debut full length “Empire of Impurity” is as grim and cold as the Norwegian and Swedish black metal counterparts that falls between the atmospheric and the symphonic form of black metal.

Muvitium’s “Under Vemodets Töcken…” is full of breathtaking moments evoking the era of the nineties black metal.

Gardsghastr is of a raw black metal caliber that doesn’t only center upon the symphonic elements. The musical context of the album is quite eccentric and fixed on high creativity hence, making this album sound very unique.