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Jupiterian / The crushing heaviness of ‘Protosapien’

Brazilian Atmospheric Sludge/Doom Metal quartet Jupiterian return with their third studio offering 'Protosapien', building on the experience gained from their two previous full lengths; 2015’s 'Aphotic' and their ground breaking, ground shaking...

Review / Serpent Omega: Impressive, powerful and worth your attention

If you had the good fortune to catch the debut self-titled album seven years ago from Swedish Sludge / Doom Metal four piece Serpent Omega, or you enjoy a Heavy as Hell,...

Panzerfaust / The Suns of Perdition Chapter II is a heady release, leaving you much to think about

Canadian Black Metal quartet Panzerfaust return with Chapter II of their latest musical endeavour 'The Suns of Perdition', a follow up to their June 2019 release 'The Suns of Perdition - Chapter...

Ages / Demonstrating Sweden’s ability to produce Black Metal of worth

Five years after the release of their debut album 'The Malefic MiasmaI', Swedish Melodic Black Metal trio Ages, return with their follow up release 'Uncrown', featuring Brice Leclercq on bass, who has also...

This Is Endless / Masters of the balance between Death Metal and Hardcore

Their inspiration may come from the 80’s, the heyday of Death Metal, but This Is Endless make the sound their own by adding a modern and brutal twist; a hugely engaging mix...

Ingested / Venturing ‘Where Only Gods May Tread’ with their latest full length

The “Kings of Slam” return with their latest chunk of brutality, 'Where Only Gods May Tread'. The fifth album from Ingested, the band are now ready to rise from the underground to...

Onslaught / A brutal return with ‘Generation Antichrist’

After seven years, UK Thrash legends Onslaught return with their long-awaited new studio album 'Generation Antichrist'. They have come a long way from their Hardcore Punk roots in their thirty-eight year career...

Serene Dark / Embarking on a dark exploration with ‘Enantiodromia’

To say that I am excited that the debut album 'Enantiodromia' from Canadian Black/Death Metal quintet Serene Dark is finally out, would be an understatement, having originally crossed paths with them fourteen...

Eternal Rot / Another filthy excavation in the form of ‘Putridarium’

International Death Doomsters 'Eternal Rot' return with another filthy, festering chunk of foetid delight for your delectation. Following closely behind, and in the same gory manner as their 2018 debut full length...

TerraDown / Deliver a ‘Judgement’ with their debut album

Dutch Melodic Death/Groove Metal outfit TerraDown may be a young band, but they have a very mature and heavy philosophical view, with their lyrics based around “a group of survivors in a...

Nemesium / Enter a dark and twisted realm with ‘Continua’

From the deep dark recesses of Geelong, Australia, comes Blackened Death Metal five-piece ‘Nemesium’ with their debut full length ‘Continua’. “A series of tales about torturous struggle, transition into a new age...

Sacramentum / back with ‘Far Away From The Sun’

The 1996 debut album from Swedish Melodic Black/Death Metal Sacramentum, 'Far Away From The Sun' is one of those hugely revered and loved albums. It sits up there with other masterpieces that...

Triptykon / Requiem is a superb work of art

The man behind Triptykon, Thomas G Fischer (Tom G. Warrior), has always been a musical visionary, never afraid to try something new and often ground-breaking with Celtic Frost. Every album was different...

From The Abyss: Above Aurora invite you into ‘The Shrine of Deterioration’

Polish Doom-laden Black Metal trio Above Aurora return with a second studio full length ‘The Shrine of Deterioration’, a follow up to 2016’s debut full length ‘Onwards Desolation’ and the ‘Path to...

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