Guitars intertwined in eternal harmony and soaring vocals Far From Light is a shining beacon in the world of NWOTHM, Lunar Shadow have penned a truly epic debut.
Hadal Maw take a stripped back approach to technical death metal on Olm. Everything is angry and percussive, the guitars separate themselves from the bass in the form of sharp, off kilter solos existing from single notes to cascading sweeps.
Elephantine riffs roll over top beat heavy drums while the vocals fuzz in and out. Relentless from start to finish, Forever is an eclectic album as Code Orange are unafraid to mix in electronica influences.
Blazing a new path in the northern sky, White Death embrace the chilling aesthetic of their 90s Norwegian forefathers and mix in a fair helping of fun on their self-titled debut which could crack a smile through even the grimmest of corpse paint [...]
Growth is hard and change is not for everyone and Soen have decided to begin a change. This change is nothing extreme, they still sound like Soen but, there is something noticeably different this time around [...]
Anomie is a beautiful intertwining of shoegaze and post-black metal. Rising and falling in waves of quiet emotion a gorgeous tapestry of sound is woven from layers of caressing tremolos and atmospheric synths [...]
Before I review this! Ask yourself these 2 questions! Do I like headbanging?! Do I think tanks are cool?! Do I want to feel like a badass, heading a tank battalion?! Does counting actually fucking matter?! If you answered yes to any of the above read on. This album from beginning to end is a fucking... Continue Reading →
Alright! Take 2 on this fucking album! You have the Face of Eddie's in depth review of this album but I wanted to give a second albeit shorter view. This album has appeared to have gotten great results across the board judging from what I have seen and how it is received. I for one... Continue Reading →