Nattarvet, the second full-length from Sweden’s Wormwood, balances multiple styles and influences to deliver what is arguably the best balance of black and folk metal in recent years, available from Sound Pollution records.
Sabaton’s new Nuclear Blast-released album, The Great War, manages to deliver as an intriguing and well-composed record that will surely delight battle-hardened fans in the UK and beyond, even if it is guilty of, at times, playing it safe.
Entombed’s Clandestine – Live is the celebration of a monumental album from a magical musical period by a monster band.
Shem Ha Mephorash, the fourth full-length from Sweden’s Mephorash for Shadow Records is neither short, sweet nor easily digestible: rather, it is provocative, engaging and even a little frightening in its intensity. Or put another way, as near to a perfect black metal record as you could hope to encounter.
Whether you have the time for it or not, you could learn how to study time with Cities of Mars’ latest Ripple Music release, The Horologist.
Robyn recently ended her North American Honey tour at Toronto’s venue, Rebel and we were on hand to capture (and enjoy) every awesome moment.
Swedish metallers In Flames released their thirteenth album, I, The Mask, on March 1st through Nuclear Blast. In this exclusive video trailer, Anders and Bjorn from the band talked about which songs they’re looking forward to playing live amongst other things.
Let’s be serious, it’s Robyn’s world and we’re all just out here paying rent in it. Touring for her most recent album, Honey, Robyn performed a sold-out show at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver to close out February.
To say I, the Mask is great would be somewhat of an understatement; quite simply, it is a tremendous success for In Flames and enhances their already fine catalogue of music.
Millencolin deliver an enjoyable, but sadly underwhelming, album in SOS (Epitaph Records). It’s punk rock through and through, but beyond that, not much else.
On the eve of the release of their thirteenth album, I, The Mask (due March 1st via Nuclear Blast Records and 11-7 Music), we caught up with vocalist Anders Fridén for a thorough conversation on everything about the album and the evolution of this game-changing band.
The eleventh album in Evergrey’s career, The Atlantic (AFM Records), is a return to form for the Swedes, showcasing the band’s ability to meld beautiful music with a vibrant emotional vulnerability.
After a decade-long break, Forest of Shadows have returned with Among the Dormant Watchers via Inverse Records. Seeping with atmosphere and emotion, it’s one for fans old and new, and any doom metal connoisseurs.