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Review: Arroganz – Tod & Teufel

You like Death metal? You like someone bawling “Lucifer” at you? Then this is the album for you! Joking aside, this is one of the more interesting albums I’ve had the pleasure of listening to this year. The fact that [...]

November 16, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: King of Asgard – Karg

Viking metal is a bit of a funny one. A majority of people who don’t know what it is compare it to Amon Amarth, which is incorrect. Amon state themselves, they are melodic death with lyrics about Vikings. These guys [...]

November 16, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Skálmöld – Með vættum

Annoyingly, I didn’t spot this album in my inbox until 2-3 days ago, just before the Glasgow gig on their current tour with Eluveitie. Which is a shame as, in common with their first two albums, it’s bloody good. I [...]

November 14, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: A Mouth Full of Matches – Smoke Signals

When it comes to atmospheric hooks, A Mouth Full Of Matches are frontrunners. Creating monumental sounds that pull at the ribcage, music that quivers the spine and the heart, depending on if you’re accustomed to their arena sound. Becoming pioneers [...]

November 14, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: The Mercury Tree – Countenance

With the release of their second album Freeze in Phantom Form in 2012, Portland’s The Mercury Tree showed hints of a promising and new force in the modern progressive rock landscape. A fairly mellow affair, the record was nonetheless quite complex, [...]

November 12, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Opus of a Machine – Simulacra

Opus of a Machine are a progressive rock band which was formed in 2012 by guitarist Zachary Greensill (also handling guitar duties in Caligula’s Horse), along with Dale Prinsse on bass, Mitchel Legg on vocals and guitar, and Trevor Gee [...]

November 11, 2014 Album Reviews