Tag: napalm records

6 October 2022 / Metal

Any band that market their music as “modern metal” usually have a nefarious agenda to infuse their music with pop and hip-hop. You can expect glitch effects, R&B-inspired autotune vocals,…

23 September 2022 / Metal

Bloodbath are not a supergroup – they’re a mega-group. The collective that unleashed 2000’s Breeding Death EP featured Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt (vocals), the Katatonia duo of Jonas Renkse (bass/vocals) and…

4 September 2022 / Metal

Liverpool mud-waders, Conan, play the type of doom metal that should be illegal. How can people leave one of their concerts with their jawbone unaffected by the loud reverberations and…

8 June 2022 / Metal
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22 April 2022 / Metal

German thrash stalwarts, Destruction, will always be known for their classic 1985 debut, Infernal Overkill. Many cite it as a proto-black metal album, and you can hear its influence on…

4 April 2022 / Metal

Agathodaimon, like Mystic Circle, are the second German band to return after a long hiatus, this time reforming in 2020 and now ready to release their first album since 2013’s…

1 March 2022 / Metal

French industrial groove metallers, Dagoba, seem to be something of a persistent commerical hope in the industry. EMI France, Century Media and Season of Mist have all had them on…

18 February 2022 / Metal

Andorran prog metal favourites, Persefone, are famous for their loyal underground following and exquisite standards of musicianship. Formed in 2001, they have five albums to their name and are now…

18 January 2022 / Metal

Those of you watching the rise of Infected Rain over the last decade will know that the Moldovan quintet sharpen their song writing skills and expand their ambition with each…