Krypta – In Torment (Review)

KryptaThis is the debut EP from Italian death metallers Krypta.

This is a short and enjoyable EP that’s inspired by the Swedish style. At just under 18 minutes in length, it’s long enough to get your teeth into, but short enough to leave you wanting more. Continue reading

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Interview with Entrails

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The latest Entrails release World Inferno is an utterly storming and deadly album. Effectively channelling the spirit of the old-school Swedish death metal scene, Entrails are pretty much up there with the best of the bands playing the style.

Guitarist and driving force behind the band Jimmy Lundqvist gave me a bit of added insight into the band and what they’re up to now that World Inferno is about to be unleashed on the world…

Introduce us to Entrails

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Gods Forsaken – In a Pitch Black Grave (Review)

Gods ForsakenThis is the debut album from Swedish death metal horde Gods Forsaken.

As I’ve said many times in the past – sometimes only ugly, dirty, filthy old-school Swedish death metal will do. When you absolutely can’t go any longer without a hit of the good stuff, this is where bands like Gods Forsaken come in. Continue reading

Vallenfyre – Fear Those Who Fear Him (Review)

VallenfyreThis is the third album from Vallenfyre, a death metal band from the UK.

Featuring current and ex-members of Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride, and Abhorrence, in Fear Those Who Fear Him Vallenfyre deliver 39 minutes of ugly, nasty death metal. Continue reading