News Posts

Although it’s been four years since their last release, Arch Enemy is kicking some serious ass through their newest standalone single “Deceiver, Deceiver”.

Swedish death metal supergroup The Lurking Fear announced their upcoming next album and unleash a first single from that release!

Album Reviews

Entrails may not have offered anything new on its seventh album ‘An Eternal Time of Decay’, but there is an undeniable feel for classic Swedish death metal with songs that are equally catchy and aggressive . Out on Hammerheart Records.

‘Mass Destroyer’ is Demonical’s strongest album in the past decade. The result of their songwriting genius proves that Martin Schulman and Co. have kept their raw sinister core sound intact.

On the sixth album “Agma” Wombbath initiates a rather morbid approach to death metal making it the best effort since the debut album.

With “Worship” Hypocrisy managed to craft one of it’s best albums that combines the classic trademarks of these Swedish pioneers.

Abscession on the sophomore “Rot of Ages” managed to exhibit new musical grounds of Stockholm death metal.

“World Domination” is molded by heavy guitar chunks and melodies resulting in improved sonic diversity yet it firmly brings the standard of the Swedish death metal.

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

LIK’s ‘Misanthropic Breed’ is extremely powerful with infectious grooves and the bulky riffs.

Just Before Dawn has surpassed themselves on the level of songwriting “An Army At Dawn“ maintains the energy of old school death metal.

“Sermon of Apathy” is a very intense album but less extreme when compared to other modern death metal bands. Perhaps the lack of the album production is the only flaw of the album, otherwise, there’s nothing to complain here.