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Malevolent Creation ‘The 13th Beast’ Album Review

Malevolent Creation ‘The 13th Beast’ Album Review By Adam McCann Century Media Records - 2019 - Death Metal It has been four years since Malevolent Creation released the fantastic ‘Dead Man’s Path’, but following this, Malevolent Creation underwent a huge line-up change, one that saw three quarters of the band change with only

Hecate Enthroned ‘Embrace of the Godless Aeon’ Album Review

Hecate Enthroned ‘Embrace of the Godless Aeon’ Album Review By Adam McCann M-Theory Audio - 2019 - Symphonic Black Metal Following their nine-year absence, Hecate Enthroned returned to the scene in 2013 with their ‘Virulent Rapture’ album, an album which garnered mixed reviews from both fans and critics alike. As the tour concluded,

Out of the Shadoes – Niviane

Out of the Shadoes Niviane By Moon Shadoe This month we journey to the west coast of the United States. If we go east just under 2 hours from San Francisco, nestled on the Sacramento and American Rivers is the California State Capital of Sacramento. In this metropolitan area you can find the

Grave Digger & Burning Witches in Hamburg Live Review

Grave Digger & Burning Witches in Hamburg Live Review By Rainer Kerber Almost forty years and twenty studio albums, three compilations and two live albums, that is the balance in figures for the Metal grandseigneurs Grave Digger. In addition, countless tours and appearances at various festivals. In 2019 they are on the

Sirenia come to Hamburg

Sirenia come to Hamburg By Rainer Kerber There are many symphonic metal bands, they are among the oldest, Sirenia from Norway. After five years with Tristania Morten Veland left the band because of artistic differences. Shortly after the birth of Sirenia suggested. Since then there have been many line-up changes, especially at

PULCHRA MORTE: BrooklynVegan Streams Divina Autem Et Aniles Debut From Death/Doom Unit In Full; Record To See Release This Friday Via Ceremonial Records

PULCHRA MORTE: BrooklynVegan Streams Divina Autem Et Aniles Debut From Death/Doom Unit In Full; Record To See Release This Friday Via Ceremonial Records This Friday, PULCHRA MORTE -- featuring within its ranks current and former members of Wolvhammer, Eulogy, Harkonin, Withered, and more -- will unleash their Divina Autem Et Anilesdebut upon the masses. Captured

TEMPERANCE Joins Forces With Napalm Records!

TEMPERANCE Joins Forces With Napalm Records! TEMPERANCE is where exceptional vocal melodies, energetic Metal guitar riffing and symphonic atmospheres meet in perfect harmony! Different from most Symphonic Metal bands, these Italians bring together no less than three vocalists, all adding their own style and flavor to the ensemble. The combination of Alessia

KORPIKLAANI release lyric video for ‘Beer Beer’ feat. KLAMYDIA’s Vesku Joskinen!

KORPIKLAANI release lyric video for 'Beer Beer' feat. KLAMYDIA's Vesku Joskinen! Finnish Folk Metal Superstars KORPIKLAANI are about to kick off an extensive run of dates that will see them travelling across the globe throughout 2019. Kicking off with an 8-date Finnish tour on which they'll be joined on stage by a brass

Aephanemer ‘Prokopton’ Album Review

Aephanemer ‘Prokopton’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release-2019-Melodic Death Metal Following the release of their critically acclaimed 2016 debut album ‘Memento Mori’, 2019 finally sees the return of French melodic death metal band Aephanemer with their second album ‘Prokopton’. ‘Prokopton’ follows perfectly in the footsteps of the bands debut album, yet with a

Mountain Eye ‘Roads Uncharted’ Review

Mountain Eye -  ‘Roads Uncharted’ Review by Adam McCann Independent Release-2019-Alternative Metal/Nu-Metal Mountain Eye are a Dutch quintet whose music is steeped in the deep nostalgia of the nu-metal and alternative metal movement of the late 90’s and early 2000’s with their debut ‘Roads Uncharted’ ready for imminent release. But is it time to

Haken – Vector Album Review

Haken - Vector Album Review By Samuel Turner Inside Out Music - 2018 - Progressive Metal   This year has been very successful for London-based prog metal trailblazers Haken, with the release of their fantastic introduction to the world of live albums, L-IVE, and now their highly anticipated fifth album ‘Vector’ has finally dropped,

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