Sühnopfer – Hic Regnant Borbonii Manes (Review)

Sühnopfer - Hic Regnant Borbonii ManesThis is the third album from one man French black metal band Sühnopfer.

After 2014’s very enjoyable Offertoire, Hic Regnant Borbonii Manes provides us with 52 minutes of new material that tears into the airwaves with streaks of melodic colour and a frenzied heart of darkness. This is misanthropic, furiously melodic black metal with a Medieval feel and theme, propelled by rage and very aggressive screams. Continue reading

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Inanimate Existence – Clockwork (Review)

Inanimate Existence - ClockworkInanimate Existence are a US progressive death metal band and this is their fifth album.

Inanimate Existence have always impressed. Their blend of progressive, technical, and atmospheric death metal has always been well-written, inventive, and thoroughly enjoyable. So far, they have a prolific streak of high quality work, and Clockwork only adds to this, I’m pleased to report. Continue reading

Spirit Adrift – Divided by Darkness (Review)

Spirit Adrift - Divided by DarknessThis is the third album from the US heavy metal band Spirit Adrift.

Spirit Adrift’s journey so far has been an enjoyable and interesting one, from the doom metal lengthy epics of Chained to Oblivion, via the streamlined doom/heavy metal hybrid that was Curse of Conception, to now this latest Continue reading

Old Night – A Fracture in the Human Soul (Review)

Old Night - A Fracture in the Human SoulOld Night are a Croatian doom metal band and this is their second album.

So, I absolutely adored Old Night’s debut album Pale Cold Irrelevance, and it made it into my best of 2017 list. As such, expectations were running high for the band’s second album.

I’m pleased to say that A Fracture in the Human Soul has more than satisfied me. Continue reading