After a life-changing 18 months since the release of his third album, Death & Glory, we spoke at length with Hungarian synthwave artist Lazerpunk as he prepares for a full U.S. tour and full-production music video off the back of his Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign.
In honour of the passing of The Prodigy’s enigmatic frontman Keith Flint, Hungarian groove metal band Omega Diatribe discuss their recent music video and cover of “Baby’s Got a Temper.”
If you’re hungry for some heavy Hungarian metalcore than this track should have you salivating. With their debut full-length, Ascend, due out on April 5th via Famined Records, we’re stoked to drop the “Ascend” single from fast-rising quintet Faminehill.
Hungarian groove metal masters, Omega Diatribe continue to promote their punishing third full-length release, Trinity, and are debuting the new “Chain Reaction” video!
Hungary’s independent industrial/Sci-Fi metal group, The Void, released their brand new studio recording, Nullified, today, March 1st, and now you can stream the entire thing!
Industrial/cyber/experimental metal band The Void have released internationally their new album Unraveling digitally.
Leander Rising have released their US debut album, Heart Tamer digitally today on Sony Music. Recorded in Hungary and mixed and mastered in Sweden by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Amon Amarth, God Forbid, Katatonia, Soilwork, Kreator), with artwork by Robert Borbas (Metallica, Suicide Silence, Bring Me The Horizon) and a guest appearance by Jeff Loomis (ex-Nevermore) on the track “Six Feet Under”, this new album is just plain amazing. Check out the free download of the song “Bound To Belong” below.
PRC Music is very proud to announce a new addition to its roster of bands, Hungarian death metallers Sin Of God. The group has no problem beating the big canons of the genre at their own game! Steamrolling along like the best of the American and Polish death metal scene, they can give Behemoth or Nile a run for their money!
I recently had the chance to speak with Máté Tilk, singer for the Hungarian metal band Subscribe, about their new disc Bookmarks. This is a band I was recently turned on to and I have quite honestly been listening to them ever since. At its foundation, they are a metal band (a strong one at that), but dig a bit deeper and you’ll find many musical layers at work that make their music multidimensional and so much more. Here’s how the conversation went.
Reneteg is the latest album from Hungarian metal band Thy Catafalque and while extremely experimental in nature, this is definitely solid metal at its core. The guitar-driven songs have numerous ambient, ethereal breaks running through them and more than the occasional electronica vibe as well. Even more interesting is the fact that the whole album is sung in Hungarian; which though it might turn some people off, really doesn’t take away from the album’s enjoyability.