Tag: folk metal

21 March 2024 / Dark

Suldusk started as the one-woman project of Melbourne multi-instrumentalist, Emily Highfield, and gained the attention of Napalm Records after the release of her 2019 debut, Lunar Falls. Now, Highfield has…

8 March 2024 / Metal

Scottish romantic metal duo, Hand of Kalliach, raised expectation levels after releasing their debut album three years ago. ‘It’s clear… [they] are yet to finish mapping out the terrain of…

12 May 2023 / Metal

Ukrainian quintet, Ignea, are unique for discovering their sound and purpose as early as their 2017 debut, The Sign of Faith. Scream Blast Repeat enjoyed their 2020 follow-up, The Realms…

17 January 2023 / Metal

The decision to relocate from Russia to England in 2014 would have finished most bands, but Concrete Age frontman, Ilya Morozov (aka Frosty J), heard his destiny calling from beyond…

25 November 2022 / Metal
13 July 2022 / Metal
7 July 2022 / Metal

Scotland’s most famous romantic conjurer of Caledonian mysticism is misunderstood in the black metal community. Andy Marshall distances himself from nationalism these days in case it be mistaken for the…

16 June 2022 / Metal

Swedish quartet, Tungsten, are one of the most unique groups in metal. Not because of their sound, but because they started as the brainchild of Hammerfall/Manowar drummer, Anders Johannson, as…

24 February 2022 / Metal

Finnish melodic death metal pioneers, Amorphis, are one of the most imitated bands of the last thirty years. 1994’s Tales from the Thousand Lakes is a masterpiece of the 1990s…

17 January 2022 / Metal

SBR enjoyed Wilderun’s magnificent 2019 album, Veil of Imagination, and described it as akin to walking ‘through golden butterfly meadows and hostile woodland swamps.’ As a re-release on Century Media…