“You know the feeling when adrenaline takes control…” The opening lines of “Killing Fields” by Slayer come to my mind when listening to this record.
The Metal Wanderlust Album of the Month, January 2021: Necroceros – Asphyx
Asphyx have been around as long as there has been Death Metal. Their demos were impressive, but albums like “The Rack” (1991) and “Last One
The ProgCaveOgier – Best of 2020.
So, we got another note from the PCO. Tucked into the belly of a Bear in fact. Inside that belly was a Wolf, that had
Album Review: Kvitravn – Wardruna
When you consider the modern Folk Music movement, we can be quite sure of one thing: Wardruna are on the very top of that tree.
Revulsion are an enigma. They may be pure Arctic Circle Death Metal from northernmost Finland, but instead of jumping full-on onto the Finnish Death Metal
The Metal Wanderlust: Top 50 of 2020
Alright folks! Here is our TOP-50, according to the staff at The Metal Wanderlust. 20 odd of us took part in poll after poll, so
Death In December – Three of the finest from December 2020
2020 was exceptional in many ways. Not going to the germ side of things here, but one of the anomalies this year was the amount
The Metal Wanderlist: Number Three – 2020
The last THE METAL WANDERLIST for 2020! Time really does fly, despite the circumstances. Yet, time, dust and rust are things that are in constant
Album Review: Power Up – AC/DC
What was the first AC/DC song you ever heard? After all, they are such a mammoth that basically everybody will have an answer for that. To
Interview: RAMI JÄMSÄ – Convulse
The ProgCaveOgier was out strolling in the forest one morning, and ran into an old friend, that being Rami from Finnish Death Metal stalwarts Convulse.
Album Review: In the Eye of Nothing – Gorephilia
Finnish Death Metal is doing well in 2020. Most of the scene was gathered to play in one place, to a full arena in London’s
Massive Mega Review: Endarkenment – Anaal Nathrakh
With the release of UK annihilation corps ANAAL NATHRAKH‘s highly anticipated eleventh opus on the way, a group of the best and brightest from three
Album Review: Drowned by Blood – Frostvore
Swedish Death Metal from Japan. Sounds about as authentic as the Samurai warriors of Iceland, and yet this is exactly what Frostvore has on offer
The Metal Wanderlist: Number Two – 2020
Greetings, earthlings! As the first half of the year has passed, it is more than about a time to unleash some of our very favourite
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