Another month, another explosion of quality metal albums to listen to and fall in love with. Peruse the five standout releases below from April and let me know what tickles your fancy… Continue reading “Monthly Overview – the Best of April 2022”
Tag: Dark Folk
Darkher – The Buried Storm (Review)
This is the second album from UK doom/folk band Darkher.
Primarily the work of one artist, (with a drummer), the music of Darkher exists where doom and dark folk collide. Across eight luscious tracks The Buried Storm crafts deep atmosphere with a 41-minute doom-filled soundscape. Continue reading “Darkher – The Buried Storm (Review)”
Urze de Lume – As Árvores Estão Secas e Não Têm Folhas (Review)
Urze de Lume are a dark folk band from Portugal and this is their third album.
Although I enjoyed Urze de Lume’s 2017 EP Vozes na Neblina, there were some aspects of it that spoiled the overall atmosphere of the music for me. Continue reading “Urze de Lume – As Árvores Estão Secas e Não Têm Folhas (Review)”
Urze de Lume – Vozes na Neblina (Review)
This is an EP from dark folk band Urze de Lume, who hail from Portugal.
This is dark folk music inspired by traditional themes. Continue reading “Urze de Lume – Vozes na Neblina (Review)”