This is the second album from Ukrainian doom metal band Vin de Mia Trix.
One of the reasons I love what I do at Wonderbox Metal is that I get exposed to some amazing music that I might not have ever encountered otherwise. This latest release by Vin de Mia Trix is exactly one of the reasons why I find running this site so fulfilling.
So, here we have a colossal album full of unrestrained ambition, with the musical talent to back it up. This weighty release only contains four tracks, but the entire playing time clocks in at a mighty 98 minutes. Continue reading →
The Sky Is are a Polish post-metal band and this is their second album.
Here we have a decent-length slab of post-metal with stoner and doom elements chucked in for good measure. At just under 30 minutes in duration, it fills a hole that you may not have realised needed filling. Continue reading →
Green Yeti are a Greek psychedelic doom metal band and this is their second album.
It seems like only yesterday that Green Yeti hit the scene with a massive crash with The Yeti Has Landed, but now they’re already back with more killer tunes to wow and entertain us. Continue reading →
Loathfinder are a Polish blackened doom band and this is their debut EP.
To adequately set the scene for this release, you need only stare at the horrors depicted on the album cover. This is what Loathfinder sound like; slow, repugnant, disgusting, and full of bleak horror. Continue reading →
Demonsmoke are a sludge/doom band from the US and this is their debut album.
Wearing their influences on their sleeves, Demonsmoke exist in the same world as bands like Eyehategood, Iron Monkey, Dopethrone, and the like. Yep, this is sludgy, nasty, full of infectious heavy blues riffs, and smothered in harsh, hateful vocals. Continue reading →
Façade are a doom band from the Netherlands and this is their debut album.
Although you could probably label this band as death/doom, Façade are a lot more nuanced than a lot of death/doom bands, and the music on Loathe is an advanced-level exploration of mood, substance, and engaging content. Continue reading →