So, it is 2023. There is war, a new rendition of the doomsday clock, inflation, and frost in the ProgCave. But there is also plenty
Interview: Sovereign Korpituli – Iku-Turso
The Progressive Cave Ogier was stirred from a deep summer slumber recently, as Sovereign Korpituli, “maybe the most productive black metal mastermind from Northern Finland,”
Interview: Tomi Koivusaari – Amorphis
Trendcrusher had the opportunity to sit down with the great Tomi Koivusaari of Amorphis.
Album Review: Return to the Void – Shape of Despair
Few sub-genres speak to me as loudly as Funeral Doom. Though, admittedly, my take on it may differ from some, I relate to the music
Interview: Lasse Pyykkö – Hooded Menace
The great Hooded Menace, ladies and gentlemen, does not require an intricate introduction. Their latest album, “The Tritonus Bell,” is receiving well-deserved high praise from
Album Review: Jylhä – Korpiklaani
“Jylhä” is Korpiklaani’s eleventh full length studio album, and the very first one I’ve ever had the opportunity to hear. Folk Metal isn’t typically my
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
Exclusive Premiere: Mustaa Hiiltä – Revulsion
Revulsion has been an active band for quite some time. Since 2005, in fact, the quintet has been ripping up ear drums throughout Finland’s underground
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
Album Review: Ashes Coalesce – Convocation
As someone who has suffered from depression for the better part of forty years, I have learned to pay particular attention to the things that
Album Review: Only Ashes Remain – Sepulchral Curse
Transcending Obscurity Records releases some of the best heavy music on the planet. This is certainly not a secret in underground circles, but is becoming
Album Review: Cosmic World Mother – …And Oceans
Even though we’ve seen quite a few veteran bands returning in recent years, not too many of the comebacks has filled me with such anticipation
Album Review: Realm Of Ash And Blood – Solothus
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.
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