Tag: blackened death metal

20 October 2021 / Metal

People associate Stockholm quintet, Forgetting the Memories, with metalcore. That may be accurate to describe their 2016 album, Monophobia, and enough to turn metalheads away who think this is just…

23 September 2021 / Metal

London’s Cult Burial are a metal enigma. People associate them with the doom metal genre, but their influences extend far beyond Cathedral and YOB to the point where classification becomes…

17 September 2021 / Metal
30 August 2021 / Metal

Manchester black metal lords, Necronautical, are a reminder of the supreme power of the genre when executed with finesse and chauvinism. What good is symphonic black metal if not delivered…

4 August 2021 / Metal

Australian duo, Beleth, prefer not to pigeonhole their music into one specific genre. Instead, they identify with the wider extreme metal label when answering the inevitable questions about their art.…

20 July 2021 / Metal
7 July 2021 / Metal

Cheshire quintet, This is Turin, have been bludgeoning audiences since 2013 with a slew of EPs and standalone singles, but their discography boasts only one full-length album. This year is…

22 June 2021 / Metal

We asked Marc Dyos, our favourite drummer from Phobetor and Pythia, to check out the metal scene in the Kingdom of Bahrain. This small country in the Arabian Gulf is…

17 June 2021 / Metal

Dutch duo, Ossaert, announced themselves on the black metal scene with last year’s Bedehuis LP and wasted no time during the last few months of the Covid-19 lockdown to produce…

27 May 2021 / Metal

Swedish duo, Åskog, grabbed our attention last year with their excellent Varg demo just before they secured a deal with Grind to Death Records and Corrupted Flesh Records to issue…