Let’s take a quick tour of some of July’s best metal releases, shall we? Continue reading “Monthly Overview – the Best of July 2021”
King Woman are a doom metal band from the US. This is their second album.
Here we have 41 minutes of atmospheric doom metal, flavoured with aspects of post-metal and shoegaze, as well as some dreampop, and avant-garde tendencies. This means that overall King Woman’s sound is an atypical one, and they’ve successfully managed to carve their own niche in a crowded scene. Continue reading “King Woman – Celestial Blues (Review)”
Created in the Image of Suffering is an album that takes traditional doom metal and redefines it for the 2017 audience.
Adding female vocals to doom metal is something that’s a lot more common than it once was, so Continue reading “King Woman – Created in the Image of Suffering (Review)”