Kadaverdisciplin are a Swedish black metal band and this is their debut album.
Inspired by the second wave Swedish sound of the 90s, Kadaverdisciplin have updated this with a modern delivery for 2017 and then unleashed their virulent blackened plague on the world with a clear enthusiasm for the harm that it causes. Continue reading →
Isle of Avalon are a UK power/symphonic metal band and this is their second album.
This is power metal influenced by Arthurian legend, and the band certainly do this side of their sound justice by incorporating many medieval themes, sounds, and melodies into their songs. They’ve clearly immersed themselves in this aspect of their music, rather Continue reading →
This is the fourth album from Polish black metallers Blaze of Perdition.
2015’s Near Death Revelations was a hideously enjoyable release, succeeding in capturing the essence of what makes sophisticated, forward-thinking black metal so compelling and engaging. Continue reading →
Enslaved are a Norwegian progressive black metal band and this is their fourteenth album.
Enslaved have put out so much quality music over the years it’s no wonder that they’re one of many people’s favourite bands, (including mine); they have more than earned that privileged. Continue reading →