2016’s immense Herb Your Enthusiasm was a landmark release for the band. It was, quite simply, such a good Continue reading “Boss Keloid – Melted on the Inch (Review)”
This is 24 minutes of vicious grindcore with both a d-beat crust and a death metal influence. Continue reading “Afgrund – The Dystopian (Review)”
Aorlhac have recently released their third album, (and closing part of a trilogy), L’esprit des Vents. This is an epic and melodic album that takes the fire of the black metal second wave and fuses it into passionate, atmospheric music that still retains plenty of aggressive bite. It’s a very strong release, and one that I readily recommend you check out.
I was privileged enough to be able to ask the band’s vocalist Spellbound some questions about the album and the band, so have a read of the below and give the album a listen… Continue reading “Interview with Aorlhac”
It’s time to take stock of what the extreme metal world has given us this month. As usual, there’s been some storming releases. Continue reading “Monthly Overview – the Best of March 2018”