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Enslaved-E review by Geir Olaisen

  Enslaved was formed by Ivar Bjørnson and Grutle Kjellson in Haugesund in June 1991, in the start they was a a viking,nature and nordic mythology themed black metal band, as years have goneby they have become more and more progressive. As band they have stood the test of time brilliantly and always evolved. E is the

Devildriver-Trust no one albumreview by Geir Olaisen

Devildriver is band i heard  alot about and  been metioned often, but to be someone who listen to alot different bands and generes they have been a band i haven`t found to interesting to check out. Probably because the members have been assosciated with NU metal acts before, a genere im not to fond of,

New Morbid Angel album announced.

Morbid Angel have announced the details for their brand new studio album, "Kingdoms Disdained", out on December 1st. 6 years on from their previous album, Kingdoms Disdained finds legendary guitarist and founder Trey Azagthoth reigniting his creative alchemy with vocalist/bassist Steve Tucker to create a crushingly heavy and highly apocalyptic soundtrack for these

“PRONG” CD REVIEW

"PRONG" "Hower it will end" CD REVIEW by Geir Olaisen Prong is probably one of the most productive bands around, 4 albums the last 3 years.One should belive that would affect the quality, but Tommy Victor is a man who has alot on his mind and Prong make quality Thrash/Crossover/groove metal.

“Overkill” The Grinding Wheel CD Review

"Overkill" The Grinding Wheel CD Review by Geir Olaisen These guys from New Jersey is one real veterans bands and one of the oldest Thrash metal bands still around. The Grinding Wheel is their 18th studioalbum, released on February 10, 2017. Overkill have been very consisted and have stayed to the same

“Ulver” The Assassination of Julius Caesar – CD Review

Ulver-The Assassination of Julius Caesar review by Geir Olaisen Ulver is true musical chamelions, you never know what you you get when they release a new album. Since the start as a black metal band in 1993 the been by countless generes like black,folk,avantgarde, ambient experimental and 3 made soundtracks to 3

“Obituary” – Obituary Cd-Review

"Obituary" - Obituary Cd-Review by Geir Olaisen Obituary is one of the real pioneers of Death Metal, they started as early as in 1985 under the name Xecutioner. In 1989 they came out with their first album Slowly we rot, a real death metal classic and the year after they gave

“Uada-Devoid of light” CD-REVIEW

"Uada-Devoid of light" CD-REVIEW by Geir Olaisen From Portland Oregon comes Uada, and the band was founded in 2014 by  Mike Beck -Bass. Trevor Matthews -Drums, James Sloan-Guitars and Jake Superchi-vocals guitars. Devoid of light is their debut album. This is great melodic black metal and this album got me hooked instantly

“Pillorian-Obsidian Arc” CD-REVIEW

"Pillorian-Obsidian Arc" CD-REVIEW by Geir Olaisen In this issue of MHF magazine i have reviewed two band from Portland When Agalloch dissband alot of fans including me where very dissapointed, but now John Haughm frontman of Agalloch back with a new band and like Agalloch this is is atmospheric black metal. Pillorian

Cnoc an Tursa – “The Forty Five” CD REVIEW

"Cnoc an Tursa - The Forty Five" CD-Review by Geir Olaisen This band is unknown to many, Cnoch an Tursa was formed in 2006. Their music is folk/black metal, a mix of great folkmusic and Catchy riffs. The text is about scottish heritage, struggles, and celtic poetry. I discovered them by

“Review of Saor” Guardians – CD REVIEWS

"Review of Saor" Guardians - CD REVIEWS by Geir Olaisen Saor is a one man band, where the only constant member is Andy Marshall. Only additional musician on this album was Cnoc An Tursa`s drummer Bryan Hamilton.   The word Saor means free on scotish and gaelic Guardians is his third

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