Tag: symphonic metal

11 November 2022 / Metal

We noted in 2021 that Therion’s previous record ‘will disappoint those looking for a heavy dose of metallic crunch underneath the operatic flamboyance, despite some moments of genuine brilliance.’ That…

27 October 2022 / Metal

London blackened deathcore extremists, She Must Burn, have had an eventful eight years since their formation in 2014. Cradle of Filth handpicked them as support for their 2015 Inquisitional Torture…

13 October 2022 / Metal

Swedish symphonic power metal quintet, Hexed, contained brother and sister, Teddy Möller (Loch Vostok) and Tina Gunnarsson on their 2018 debut. The former vacates the drum stool on album number…

28 July 2022 / Metal

London’s strangest sci-fi metal experiment, Spectral Darkwave, enhanced their reputation for categorical defiance last year with their remarkable At Outer Dark album. Part doom metal, part symphonic metal and grounded…

18 July 2022 / Metal
13 July 2022 / Metal
10 May 2022 / Metal

Ritual’s Enigma EP is one of the most anticipated records from an independent band in England. SBR brought you an exclusive on this as early as January 2022, when the…

26 April 2022 / Metal

Indian composer, Ritwik Shivam, is a skilled multi-instrumentalist and core existentialist. As a man of many talents, it should come as no surprise that his musical influences vary with the…

21 April 2022 / Metal
31 March 2022 / Dark

Nick Vasallo is a founding member of deathcore pioneers, Antagony, and vocalist and bassist of the technical death metal band, Oblivion. He’s also a music professor and award-winning composer in…