Aeternam play a form of orchestral death metal that takes in Middle Eastern folk influences. If you’re a fan of the type of individual approach that bands such as Arallu, Melechesh, Orphaned Land, Septicflesh, Rudra, and Nile bring to extreme metal, then Aeternam is definitely an album you should check out. Continue reading “Aeternam – Heir of the Rising Sun (Review)”
The follow up to the acclaimed King, Fleshgod Apocalypse’s orchestral death metal is in fine form on Veleno, with the band’s symphonic orchestration once again ably enmeshed in their technical workouts and core brutality. However, the Continue reading “Fleshgod Apocalypse – Veleno (Review)”
Tralineate’s debut album Ike Antz Leap is an orchestral/progressive death metal album that’s well-written, creative, and obviously crafted as a labour of love. If you haven’t heard it yet, make sure you give it a decent listen.
The man behind the band is named Chris Sanders, and he allowed me to delve behind the scenes of Ike Antz Leap. I just hope I didn’t keep him up… Continue reading “Interview with Tralineate”
Ike Antz Leap features 52 minutes of death metal with occasional progressive and orchestral flourishes. Continue reading “Tralineate – Ike Antz Leap (Review)”
A new release from Septic Flesh is always something to get a lot more excited about than that of your average band. Make no mistake either; this is definitely worth getting excited about.
Here’s a band that seems to be going from strength to strength for the last decade or so, and Codex Omega is another top-quality addition to their discography. Continue reading “Septic Flesh – Codex Omega (Review)”