In the late 90’s the Death Metal torch was mainly carried by bands from USA. The final fortress of brutality was held up by the
Discharge. Now, there’s a name one cannot really ignore. The band that single-handedly changed the face of the extreme end of the music spectrum. Let
One of the greatest joys in following music is to watch bands grow. Especially, if you have been into their albums since the very beginning.
Conduit in English is a noun, meaning a channel for conveying water, or other kinds of fluid. In this case the spill is rather foul
South American death metal is often an adjective to all things relentless and trend-ignoring. Bands from that end of the world are never out for
The always excellent ProgCaveOgier and The (occasionally but not always) Great Mackintosh have joined forces to create another review of epic proportions, this time of
As the end of the decade is drawing nearer, it is time to look back a bit and think what albums really made a difference.
Summer (or winter, as our Aussie team is keen to point out) is drawing to an end. After the festivals and summer holidays and whatever
“Digging up the dead with a shovel and a pick – it’s a job, it’s a job…” Yes, Tom Waits knew it. It’s a hard
Despite being around for ages, Crimson Moon have remained somewhat a hidden entity in the black metal murmur of past decades. A brainchild of Scorpios
Black metal of today is more and more about trends. There are feuds that spread through social media and people start taking sides. There are
Have you guys ever wondered how often people complain about the lack of new quality Metal in the modern day scene? That is pretty annoying,
Diamond Head, huh? One of those essential NWOBHM bands that are classics by merit, but people only know one album from? The band that was