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Album Review: Vader – Solitude in Madness

Ever efficient death metal legends Vader have another killer release under their studded belts. After putting out killer new material almost every year it’s time for a new LP, the band’s not so unlucky 13th, for a new dark age [...]

July 3, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Bury Tomorrow – Cannibal

British metalcore quintet, Bury Tomorrow, have released their sixth album, Cannibal. When they gained the attention of metal fans across the world, they were adamant and explicit in their belief that metalcore was still relevant, despite the press making it [...]

July 3, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Night Fighter – Unholy Sepulchre

In recent years, Scotland has been becoming a hotbed of awesome metal talent. Enter one of the latest additions to the Scottish scene: Glasgow’s poser-killing, deathrashing black speed metal one-man-band – Night Fighter! Forming last year, Night Fighter has wasted [...]

July 3, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Powerwolf – Best of the Blessed

Ah, Powerwolf. A band I liked so much that I went all the way to Sweden to see them as they never toured the UK (one London date isn’t a tour). And then a couple of months later the buggers [...]

July 2, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Skeletal – Bitterness and Burning Hatred

Skeletal’s second album, recorded and mixed in 2018 by Tom Brooke at Tonehaven Recording Studio, spawns from the teeth of the slain to unleash Bitterness and Burning Hatred. The drums on the opening track “Lower than Filth” are so furious [...]

July 2, 2020 Album Reviews

Album Review: Rites of Daath – Doom Spirit Emanation

Poland’s death-doom brigade Rites of Daath (formerly Cemetary Whore) release their first full-length album recorded at Roslyn Studio. Title track and opener “Doom Spirit Emanation” oozes depravity from absolutely everywhere including the cover art by WS Artworks which really lends [...]

July 1, 2020 Album Reviews