Amiensus – Paths to Reclamation

Returning after 2020's Abreaction, the melodic black/death act has designed an extensive welcome back, with a two-part release in Reclamation. Sweeping melodies collide with the band's knack for explosive heaviness and copious amounts of...

Intranced – Muerte y Metal (High Roller Records)

Originating as a Los Angeles-based three-piece outfit in 2022, Intranced has since expanded to a quartet with familiar players in the scene if you’ve been an active follower of heavy metal. Guitarist Fili Bibiano...

Holycide – Towards Idiocracy (Xtreem Music)

Everyone knows what a death metal nut I am. But when I first got started in the realm of heavy music, it was thrash metal that piqued my interest, all day, every day. Come...

Nightmare – Blurring the Lines

Photo: Cyril Berkane Despite the postponement of festivals and cancelling of tours, Nightmare returns hungry as ever through their latest studio record Encrypted. Continually developing their sound and incorporating more modern extreme elements at times...

Nightmare – Encrypted (AFM Records)

The constant flux of key member changes can often derail forward momentum for artists – but it is an inevitable aspect to navigate within the current modern music industry. Be it personal problems, successfully...

Ad Patres – Unbreathable (Non Serviam Records)

Although sparse in releases relative to time together as a band – forming in 2008 with one demo and two albums under their belt – French death metal act Ad Patres move on to...

AfterTime – Arcane Horizons (Self-Released)

While many think of Europe as being the hotbed of symphonic metal, there have been more rumblings from quality acts on this side of the Atlantic in more recent years. One such act is...

Album Premiere: Devil Moon Risen’s ‘Fissures of Men’

Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Devil Moon Risen are preparing to unleash their unique style of groove-laden, punky stoner doom upon the world, and we're proud to take part in showcasing their debut album for...

Blynd – Unbeliever (Pitch Black Records)

Sometimes momentum can be a slightly uphill climb, especially if it’s been a while across as a band’s career arc since releasing a record. Cyprus quartet Blynd arise out of this category – starting...

Void Moon – Dreams Inside the Sun (Personal Records)

Doom as a genre has many layers that have morphed and split off into new sub-categories – yet there’s nothing quite so appealing as the classic form of the movement. We know the key...

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