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.
Sabaton inductees need look no further than Carolus Rex – this is the album that encapsulates the band’s unique style and sensitive subject matter, whilst still delivering a full-length that maintains consistency after six years.
Blood of Serpents presents their second full-length, Sulphur Sovereign (Non Serviam Records), and it’s a monster: uncompromising and heavier than a thermos of Mercury, typically Swedish death/thrash influenced black metal.
On Hekatomb, Funeral Mist craft a black metal record that merges multiple styles and techniques without the usual progressive and over-intellectualised trappings that usually accompany such ambitious undertakings.
Dramatic and infectious, Crossing Eternity’s debut The Rising World, out via Rockshots Records, is an impressive yet humbling experience for even the most jaded music listener.
Prequelle is ten tracks combining Broadway’s camp, Alice Cooper’s grand guignol shtick, The Alan Parsons Project’s concept album approach and ABBA’s songwriting chops, all structured around pleasant, family friendly themes like the Black Death and the glory of Satan.
In this edition of our Women of Rock series, Swedish post-rock quartet Junodef present a killer list of five must-hear English acts including Esya, Jennifer Walton, Big Joanie, Lo Barnes and Biig Piig.
We connected with Swedish, dreamy electronic solo artist David Alexander, aka Summer Heart, to talk about his tattoo action!
San Antonio, TX-based rock quintet, Gandhi’s Gun are not only back with a hot new single called “Through It All”, but have shared a killer list of the TOP 10 best Burger and Taco joints in South Texas!
Wanting to learn more about Swedish indie rockers, Locals, the band was kind enough to share this exclusive list of their TOP 10 favourite hometown hangouts.
There is something depressingly workman-like about much of To Drink from the Night Itself, and though there are moments of interest, once the songs slip in to familiar verse/chorus/verse structures, they often feel very interchangeable.
We are happy to host the premier for “Whatever Come May Be”, the newest music video by Swedish metal band Sparzanza.