Dimmu Borgir

Woland – Hyperion

    There is a depth and presence to Hyperion, the debut album from Finnish post black metallers Woland which just cannot be conveyed through words and description, a mental and physical magnetism which simply enthrals and immerses the imagination in… Read More ›

Psychogod: Alone

Infusing and manipulating the best essences of multiple genres, Alone the debut album from Romanian metallers Psychogod, is a strikingly mighty and formidable introduction to a band which you can only assume will become a widely acclaimed name in the… Read More ›

Masachist: Scorned

It is impossible not to be impressed and driven by enthusiasm in recommending all to check out the second album from Polish death metallers Masachist. Wearing its influences like proud badges, Scorned is a thrilling vigorous ride of corruptive spite… Read More ›

Nachtblut: Dogma

Dogma the new album from German band Nachtblut certainly grabs the attention from its first surge of energy to the last. It is a storm of inspired black metal and symphonic industrial with strong strains of classic metal for extra… Read More ›