Following on from 2018’s hugely enjoyable Carnage, Lik, (Featuring members of Witchery and Katatonia), now return with another 40 minutes of bloodsoaked material. Continue reading “Lik – Misanthropic Breed (Review)”
Here we have 32 minutes of old-school death metal mixed with elements of grind and hardcore. It’s nasty, savage, and packs a mean punch. Entombed and Napalm Death are your reference points here, along with bands like Rotten Sound, Crawl, and Lik. Continue reading “Refusal – Epitome of Void (Review)”
Having considered it long and hard, I’ve decided that any form of introductory paragraph with any real substance would simply detract from the list below. As such, all I’ll say is that 2018, like every year, has given us some top quality metal releases. So have a look at my top picks for 2018, and hopefully you’ll find a new band to obsess over…
So, every month I say something along the lines of “this month has been a strong month for metal, blah, blah, blah…”, but May really has been a ridiculously strong month for metal! I really have struggled to keep this list down to manageable levels this time, and removed a few potential entries simply to keep the numbers down, (I’m not happy about this). So anyway, in no particular order, I give you my top picks for May 2018… Continue reading “Monthly Overview – the Best of May 2018”
I like the Swedish death metal sound very much. Very, very much indeed. Which is why I absolutely love the new Lik album, the appropriately-titled Carnage. Full of classic death metal with the right combination of songs and attitude, it’s time to unleash the chainsaws and get cutting.
Lik’s drummer Christofer managed to give me a bit more information on the band, without me losing any limbs in the process… Continue reading “Interview with Lik”
Carnage is aptly named, containing 37 minutes of old-school destruction and dirty brutality. Featuring members of Continue reading “Lik – Carnage (Review)”