The Metal underground of today is such a vast ocean. So many bands and releases circling round that it’s hard for everybody to keep up,
Our intrepid mountain climbing, beer drinking, Metal loving, and all over great bloke of a guy Meddlefan had the opportunity to have a chat with
If you have been following The Metal Wanderlust since its inception you will know that I am a huge fan of the Icelandic Metal Scene.
A quick review should be in order, one would think, with this little package from two mighty Australian acts, Illimitable Dolor, and Promethean Misery, but
So here we are, finally, with another effort from my 2017 ‘Album Of The Year’ winners, India’s very own son’s, Plague Throat. I’m gonna quote
Ever since I ventured forth into the world of doom metal, there was one thing that immediately stood out to me above all else: heaviness.
2018 was maybe a slightly boring year from a Doom Metal perspective, when you think about it. Many of the releases were lacking in the
Meddlefan recently got the chance to have a chat with Evan Woolley, guitarist from the mighty Scaphism about all things torturous and much more! Scaphism’s
Since 2014 Vacouver’s Seer have been gracing our ears with some pretty exquisite music. Fast forward to 2019 the band is getting ready to release
Our always intrepid interviewer Meddlefan had a bit of a chat with certainly one of the greatest discoveries of last year to us, the mighty
Unendlich means ‘infinite/without end’ in German and sums up in many ways the work ethic and drive of Michael Connors, the vocalist and multi instrumentalist
Thanks for the interview guys. No problem, we’re always open to talk about Eremit. Where did you grow up? And where do you live now?
Released in September of 2018, UK black metal band A Forest of Stars has conjured up an album that speaks of a delirium that courses