Belgian brutes Nasty return with ‘Menace’, another brutal, horrible and utterly compelling slice of musical violence. Read our review here.
The organisers of the Belgian black metal festival, Thronefest, may not invite or even encourage media attention, but they most definitely deserve it, putting on a well-curated, well-organised show that focuses more on the music than the social aspect that so many festivals have come to represent.
Enthroned represent Belgium’s longest-running black metal act, with over a quarter of a century of active recording and performing. Vocalist Nornagest discusses the new album, Cold Black Suns, ahead of its June release.
Fear Falls Burning’s Function Collapse, out now on Consouling Sounds, is a challenging albeit highly rewarding listen which, in this era of instant gratification, honourably leaves us gasping for more.
What we have here is eleven of the finest, grandest death metal/grindcore tracks you’ll come across this year; there isn’t a dud on Aborted’s TerrorVision.
The five-piece hardcore band Moments shared a killer list of the TOP 10 hardcore hangouts in their hometown of Belgium!
Up-and-coming Belgian rockers The Sore Losers open up about the joy and madness of their first time on American soil.
Whether the show takes place here in America or home in Belgium, one thing’s for sure: The Sore Losers bring the fire.
You can now hear the new track “Killer Hand” off of the forthcoming album Mastosaurus from Belgian stoner rock group, King Hiss.
Those new to Belgium’s King Hiss should note that the quartet play hard stoner rock and, long story short, need to be added to your rock radar as soon as possible! And, to help with that very process, we’re pleased to present an exclusive premiere of the band’s brand new song “We Live In Shadows”.
Belgium-based rock band, Arrow Haze, showcase their hard-hitting, classic-rock inspired sound on their debut album Music Factory due out on November 23rd, 2012. Comprised of Theo Green, Karoly Alapi, Matt Rach and Stef Exelmans, they’ve been consistently inspired by bands like The Doors, Deep Purple and Pink Floyd, but their mainstream sound on Music Factory leaves them in a space between genres.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with drummer Theo Green of the Belgium hard rock band Arrow Haze. The group is currently hard at work putting the finishing touches on their debut album which is due to be released in June. Here’s what Green had to say about the news songs and upcoming release.
Drawing inspiration from classic rock acts the likes of The Doors and Pink Floyd, Roeselare, Belgium-situated progressive rockers Arrow Haze are a young, talented group teeming with promise. Musically the band takes industrial elements and layers on deep vocals, emotive ballads and hard, driving guitars to produce something both different and undefinable, yet instantly familiar.