We asked Norway’s Attan to break down the 9-track vitriolic attack of their début album End Of. Featured within: televangelists, going nuts, and guitars for four-year-olds.
Day 2 of Midgardsblot hit and, as soon as the gate opened, we hit up Metal Yoga, an epic viking battle, and lots of great bands including Acyl, Kaunan, Apocalypse Orchestra, Nexion, Garmana, Rotting Christ and Dimmu Borgir.
Midgardsblot is not your typical metal festival, it’s a cultural experience. Check out some of the highlights in photos, including the music of Mork, Abyssic and Bergtatt.
Manes now live life as an art-fused experimental rock outfit that is quite hard to pin down. The latest offering, Slow Motion Death Sequence, is listenable and flows well, but it might struggle to find a market.
Norway’s metallic sextet Halcyon Days is back with the sophomore full-length, Rain Soaked Pavements & Fresh Cut Grass, out June 15th via Indie Recordings, and we’ve got your advanced listen!
Norway’s Halcyon Days re-emerge with a strong melodic hardcore sound on their second full-length album Rain Soaked Pavements & Fresh Cut Grass, via Indie Recordings.
Myra is a stunning record from Spurv and their collaborators, who all demonstrate an intimate understanding of how to create vibrancy and stillness in the listeners’ souls.
Roy Khan has rejoined the world of metal, leaving the world in shock. What’s more, Conception have reunited – but what does this signify?
Korrupt is aggressive and vibrant hardcore from Kristiansand, and their songs can be seen as a form of revolt towards the world – as found on Preachers and Creatures.
After the success of their previous collaboration Skuggsjá, Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved) and Einar Selvik (Wardruna) have collaborated once again on imposing new piece Hugsjá. Stream the title track here.
Trondheim, Norway’s death thrash warriors Endogenic are offering a free copy of their single “Tyranny”!
Once again, Enslaved unfolds their wings after a long molting period and changes, with reinvention and a daring opus that is E.
Never the types of pioneers to merely rest on legacy, Satyricon emerges once again to offer an intimate and bold new work to the world with Deep Calleth Upon Deep.