NEWS: PHOBETOR – Release Video For ‘Bury My Name’

From its beginnings in blood and pain to its ending in a last shuddering breath, life is a wild ride of confusion and terror; boiling black storm clouds punctuated by all too rare rays of warming sunshine. Phobetor's dynamic debut album, When Life Falls Silent tears away the veils of deciet that conceal this terrifying … Continue reading NEWS: PHOBETOR – Release Video For ‘Bury My Name’

NEWS: MY SILENT WAKE – Release Video For ‘Damnum Per Saeculorum’

My Silent Wake's Damnum Per Saeculorum is an album that captivates your senses and enfolds you in an atmosphere so rich and deep it is wonderfully inescapable. Recorded in various locations and different times as 2019 slipped away and 2020 struggled into life and featuring vocal and lyrical contributions from friends and family, Damnum Per … Continue reading NEWS: MY SILENT WAKE – Release Video For ‘Damnum Per Saeculorum’

NEWS: ELDERSEER – Release Video For ‘Bind Us As One’

Elderseer, the lords of pagan doom release the title track of their EP, Bind Us As One. A blend of lyrics, live images and stunning natural imagery this clip captures the spirit of Elderseer - the mournful, stately progress, the delicate, echoing guitar notes that provide a fragile counterpoint to the gargantuan riffs and thundering … Continue reading NEWS: ELDERSEER – Release Video For ‘Bind Us As One’

NEWS: FOUL BODY AUTOPSY – To Release New EP ‘Consumed By Black Thoughts’ On World Mental Health Day

October 10th is World Mental Health Day, a day for raising awareness of mental health issues worldwide, with this year’s event focusing on suicide prevention. October 10th is also the day when Tom Reynolds will release his new Foul Body Autopsy EP, Consumed By Black Thoughts. It’s no coincidence that these events should collide, with the release date for Consumed By Black … Continue reading NEWS: FOUL BODY AUTOPSY – To Release New EP ‘Consumed By Black Thoughts’ On World Mental Health Day

ALBUM REVIEW: Foetal Juice – Gluttony

Well I must admit the Brits have done it again with another gloriously controversial Death Metal album. FOETAL JUICE (yes that is their name) has a brutal and incredibly heavy Death Metal album that is called Gluttony. The one thing you can count on from a Death Metal band is controversy and these lads deliver … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Foetal Juice – Gluttony

ALBUM REVIEW: Ante-Inferno – Fane

Are you looking for something that will bring torment and mayhem? Then look no further. ANTE-INFERNO’s upcoming debut will do just that. It is mandatory that the amp is cranked to the max when playing this album. ANTE-INFERNO are a black metal band originating from Scarborough, England. Judging from Fane’s strong content, it’s a solid atmospheric … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Ante-Inferno – Fane

ALBUM REVIEW: The Medea Project – Sisyphus

Originally from South Africa and now Nottingham based doom metallers THE MEDEA PROJECT have released their first album Sisyphus. Named after the Greek mythological figure who was doomed to perform an endless task but this release curiously does not feel like an uphill struggle to listen to. The band is comprised of who are comprised … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: The Medea Project – Sisyphus

ALBUM REVIEW: Argesk – Realm Of Eternal Night

Attention Black metal fans!!! Are you looking for something that will bring untold misery and cause pandemonium? Then look no further. ARGESK have returned with a gritty guttural masterpiece.  It is mandatory that the volume is cranked to the max when playing this album. ARGESK are a melodic black metal band originating from Manchester England. … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Argesk – Realm Of Eternal Night

ALBUM REVIEW: Architectural Genocide – Cordyceptic Anthropomorph

When I heard the name of this band and their album, I thought it would be a good listen but don’t judge a book by its cover. The artwork is eye-catching and makes you wonder if you entered into an S&M dungeon and the theme is artwork by the late HR Giger; either way it … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Architectural Genocide – Cordyceptic Anthropomorph

ALBUM REVIEW: Dominia – The Withering Of The Rose

During my time within the metal community, there is one thing I have found to be true. Beauty can be found in the darkest places and a band that fits this statement is Russian Gothic Doom Metallers DOMINIA. They are set to release their fourth studio album The Withering Of The Rose that full of … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Dominia – The Withering Of The Rose