Ereb Altor release new single

For the summer soltice on the 21st of June, Ereb Altor released their new single "Midvinter". Earlier this month, the band shared more about their upcoming projects: As many of you have noticed we have entered Studio Apocalypse to record some music. We ended up with 10 songs and a new album will eventually be … Continue reading Ereb Altor release new single

Khors release new single and announce new album

Khors just released the lyrics video for their new song "Extinct Candles of Dead Cities". It is extracted from their upcoming album Letters to the Future Self which will be released on the French label Drakkar Productions later this year. The date is not specified yet. As they are from, and still living, in Ukraine, … Continue reading Khors release new single and announce new album

Album Review: Eivør – Enn

While I always saw Eivør close to metal imaginary with parts of its roughness, I would not have bet her getting closer to this genre following her Covid-era album Segl. Segl represents to me very well part of her Scandinavian musical heritage which is pop, seemingly heavily influenced by her American adventure and the connections … Continue reading Album Review: Eivør – Enn

Eivør announces new album and single

The label Season of Mist had a bunch of newcomers this year and among them are the accomplished Faroe Islander Eivør. She does not composes metal but she definitely speaks to the community in many ways. While she did perform in a couple of metal festival such as Midgardsblot and Wacken Open Air, her upcoming … Continue reading Eivør announces new album and single

Album review: Bergrizen – Die Falle

After all these years, I still discover new joys about reviewing albums. Well in this case, it was more about the final step: getting to publish a one month work, wanting to notify the band about it and find out that you may do this again with a shorter deadline. It looked kind of discouraging … Continue reading Album review: Bergrizen – Die Falle

Album review: Bergrizen – “Orathania”

Bergrizen. I saw them from afar at the Metal East in their native land, Ukraine, back in 2019. When I checked the band, I saw it was all about the classic aesthetics of black metal with black and white everywhere, album names in German as well a muscled singer wearing corpse paint. If you look … Continue reading Album review: Bergrizen – “Orathania”