Louise Lemón – Devil (Review)

Louise Lemón - DevilLouise Lemón is a Swedish death gospel artist and this is her latest EP.

Although it’s not normally a style I listen to often, I have very much enjoyed Louise Lemón’s past work. As such, listening to Devil was a given. Continue reading “Louise Lemón – Devil (Review)”

Azusa – Loop of Yesterdays (Review)

Azusa - Loop of YesterdaysThis is the second album from Azusa, an international progressive metal band.

Featuring current and ex-members of bands such as John Frum, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and Extol, you know there’s a lot of talent and experience in Azusa before you even listen to them. Continue reading “Azusa – Loop of Yesterdays (Review)”

The Night Flight Orchestra – Aeromantic (Review)

The Night Flight Orchestra - AeromanticThis is the fifth album from The Night Flight Orchestra, a Swedish hard rock band.

I loved Amber Galactic and Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough, and now I love Aeromantic. It’s quite simple really; The Night Flight Orchestra have never released a bad album, and just seem to be getting better and better over time, growing into themselves with increasing confidence. Continue reading “The Night Flight Orchestra – Aeromantic (Review)”

Cloud Rat – Pollinator/Do Not Let Me Off the Cliff (Review)

Cloud Rat - Pollinator Do Not Let Me Off the CliffThis is the fourth album from Cloud Rat, a grindcore band from the US.

In my humble opinion Cloud Rat are one of the most forward-thinking, talented, and innovative grindcore bands out there, although simply labelling them grindcore is misleading and constricting, as their work frequently features so much more than your standard grindcore fare. Releases such as Qliphoth, and their various splits demonstrate this amply. Continue reading “Cloud Rat – Pollinator/Do Not Let Me Off the Cliff (Review)”

Entropia – Vacuum (Review)

Entropia - VacuumThis is the third album from Entropia, a Polish experimental/post-black metal band.

I am extremely fond of Entropia. Both Vesper and Ufonaut have had much rotation on my playlists, so when I saw they had a new album released I was quite excited. Continue reading “Entropia – Vacuum (Review)”

The Body – I Have Fought Against It, but I Can’t Any Longer (Review)

The BodyThis is the sixth album from US experimental sludge band The Body.

After 2016’s monstrous No One Deserves Happiness, and their sterling collaboration with Full of Hell, we now have another 50 minutes of harsh sounds that merge industrial, noise, sludge, doom, and electronics together into a captivating whole. Continue reading “The Body – I Have Fought Against It, but I Can’t Any Longer (Review)”

Louise Lemón – Purge (Review)

Louise LemonLouise Lemón is a Swedish death gospel artist and this is her debut album.

Mixing folk, soul, Gothic, electronic, pop, and ambient into slow, meaningful songs, Purge contains 31 minutes of exquisite material. Pretty much every second of it is tinged with darkness and melancholy, which has all contributed towards the creation of a superlative collection of tracks. Continue reading “Louise Lemón – Purge (Review)”

Imminence – This Is Goodbye (Review)

ImminenceImminence are a Swedish metal band and this is their second album.

The music on this album is surprisingly wide in scope. Taking in everything on the shiny end of the musical spectrum, from stadium rock, alternative metal, modern metal, a bit of djent, and sometimes outright pop influences; Imminence have produced an album of sparkling tunes that thankfully have a bit more to them than just their impressive shine. Continue reading “Imminence – This Is Goodbye (Review)”

Disperse – Foreword (Review)

DisperseForeword is Disperse’s third album. They play progressive rock/metal and are from Poland.

Disperse take elements from both old and new progressive music and incorporate them into their thoroughly modern take on the style.

Complexity, syncopation and Continue reading “Disperse – Foreword (Review)”

Teksti-TV 666 – 1, 2, 3 (Review)

Teksti-TV 666Teksti-TV 666 are an alternative rock band from Finland. This is a compilation album of sorts, consisting of three EPs that the band have previously released.

This is an interesting and irregular release. It’s kind of a mix of bubblegum-pop with Continue reading “Teksti-TV 666 – 1, 2, 3 (Review)”