Morild - VI

Morild – VI

Morild is a new star on the danish black metal scene. With their debut EP VI, Morild have entered the top league of danish black metal bands. Bands like Solbrud, Sunken, Slægt and Orm. One thing that they have in common with these bands, is, that they are genre defying. Morild, as well as the […]

Tombs - The Great Annihilation

Metal Review Run

This review is a hit’n’run review of several album’s that I haven’t had time to listen to or haven’t noticed before. So it’s most of all a list of albums that I’ve listened to for the first time, with some immediate impressions. Probably not very fair, to judge by one listen, but nonetheless, here goes. […]

Only Echoes Remain - The Exigent

Only Echoes Remain – The Exigent

Only Echoes Remain has made a cosmic, energetic and creative venture, filled with nuances and moments for reflection The Exigent is a concept record, telling the story of a lone explorer coming to terms with his mission and his own humanity. I do like, that Only Echoes Remain has given thought on the content of their […]

Sound Architects - In Time Of Need

Album Review: Sound Architects – In Time Of Need

My first acquaintance with Sound Architects, was on the post-rock compilation Open Arms Vol. II – Side B. Their performance on this album off course made me wanna listen to their full album In Time Of Need. I gave Sound Architects 5 stars for the performance of the song Amihan. So? can the rest of […]

Cloakroom - Time Well

Cloakroom – Time Well

Time Well is a mesmerizing, tangible, laid back and unpolished piece of memorable dreamy songs, enhanced with abrupt devastating moments of filth.   Cloakroom is a new chapter for me. Never listened to them before, but I’m delighted that I came around to it. Their new Album Time Well is a formidable mixture of shoegaze, indie […]

A Thousand Arms - Erosion

A Thousand Arms – Erosion Vol. I – Side A

After listening to A Thousand Arms post-rock compilation Open Language Vol. II and reviewed both side A and side B, it’s time to move on another interesting compilation by A Thousand Arms: Erosion. Erosion is a compilation of Doom, Stoner and Sludge and since I really enjoy these genres, it is an obvious mandatory listen, […]

A Lurking Fear - Out Of The Voiceless Grave

Album Review: The Lurking Fear – Out Of The Voiceless Grave

Out Of The Voiceless Grave is a no-bullshit, cut to the chase, monster of toxic, raw and brutal death metal, that excel with it’s arsenal of sonic memorable riffs.   What’s to expect when a death metal supergroup put out their debut album. First of all supergroups are often not very interesting, I think I’ve […]

Ranges - And The People Cried Out For A King

EP Review : Ranges – And the People Cried out for a King

And The People Cried Out For A King stands the distance with grandiose, dusty, warm and atmospheric post-rock, performed to perfection. Ranges is a post-rock band from Bozeman, Montana, USA and this 7″ contains 2 songs: Crown and Kingdom. The single is also available digitally on bandcamp. I haven’t listened to Ranges before and I […]

Open Language Vol. II - Side B

A Thousand Arms – Open Language VOL. II – Side B

Open Language Vol. II is a free compilation of post rock bands, made by ‘A Thousand Arms’. The compilation is in two parts, side A and side B, where side A was focused on US bands, side B is focused on the rest of the world. I already reviewed Side A here, so go check […]

Open Language

A Thousand Arms – Open Language – VOL. II – Side A

ALBUM REVIEW: A Thousand Arms – Open Language – VOL. II – Side A Open Language Vol. II is a free compilation of american post rock bands, made by ‘A Thousand Arms’. The album is only available digital on bandcamp and as I see it, it’s cool promotional piece of work. For me this is […]

Norska - Too Many Winters

NORSKA – Too Many Winters

ALBUM REVIEW : Norska – Too Many Winters  Too Many Winters is a catastrophic, cachaphonic, chaotic, dark and majestic whirlpool of heavy riffs,  seasoned with versatile and powerful vocals.   Norska is a pretty new doom/sludge band from Portland, Oregon. Their debut album Too Many Winters is not only a doom/sludge album, it has references […]

Broken Social Scene - Hug Of Thunder

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE – Hug Of Thunder

ALBUM REVIEW : Broken Social Scene – Hug Of Thunder  Hug Of Thunder is a compelling, warm and catchy record with loads of details to dive into   7 Years. That’s how long we have had to wait for Broken Social Scenes latest album Hug of Thunder. Has it been worth the wait ? What’s […]

Converge 7"

CONVERGE – I Can Tell You About Pain / Eve 7″

Converge just released this 7″ with two songs, I Can Tell You About Pain, 2 effective minutes of feedback chaos, and Eve, a 7 minute hardcore, doom, post-metal epos. I really like Converge, and have enjoyed their previous releases a lot and these 2 songs are as good at it gets, coming to Converge songs. […]

Arcade Fire - Everything Now

ARCADE FIRE – Everything Now

First time I heard of Arcade Fire was at the release of the debut album “Funeral”, Arcade Fire hadn’t really made it to Europe at that point, but after it’s release in Europe their popularity exploded and I completely understand that. Funeral was a complete new take on music, lending from different genres and making […]