USA Nails share animated video for new single, detail forthcoming new record Character Stop!


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July 27, 2020

Canadian progressive power/symphonic metallers Osyron bring us their latest release Foundations. Established in 2006 as Morbid Theory, they went through a few lineup and stylistic changes and re-emerged as Osyron in 2012.

Foundations is the band's third album as Osyron and mixes different styles – progressive and symphonic/power metal with elements of folk and middle-eastern influences, also technical elements. It also sounds like they're inspired...

June 9, 2020

Candlemass are one of the giants of Doom Metal. On their 12th album, The Door to Doom in 2019, and having just followed this up with a fresh EP, The Pendulum, they show no signs of stopping. This interview was conducted with Leif Edling via email.

Noizze: "The Pendulum is entirely made up of extra tracks from the recording sessions for the previous album The Door To Doom. These must have been extremely productive sessions to have...

June 5, 2020

Swedish melodic black metallers Naglfar release their 7th full length studio album since their inception in 1992. Cerecloth is their first release since 2012’s Téras and since then the band has seen a change in bassist and drummer with new bassist Alex Friberg and session drummer Efraim Juntunen joining their ranks for this release.

Naglfar are renowned as one of the forerunners of the melodic black metal style and this album is no exception to th...

May 5, 2020

Now entering their third active decade, Swedish doom/occult rockers Witchcraft kick off the 2020s with their new all-acoustic album Black Metal, their first release in 4 years following 2016’s Nucleus.

Witchcraft’s new release Black Metal breaks their habit of having a very long song as the closing track, in fact the whole album has a short running time, barely going over 30 minutes. Being an entirely acoustic album, it was bound to sound differen...

April 15, 2020

The Birthday Massacre bring us their latest album Diamonds, 3 years after 2017’s Under Your Spell. What stands out most immediately about this album is its 80s synthpop sensibility, which isn’t a new influence for this band, but it is particularly obvious on this album. For instance, the synth melody subtly creeping in at the start of ‘Run’– sounds very reminiscent of the synth melody in the song ‘Everything Counts’ by Depeche Mode.

The album also...

March 24, 2020

Bavarian black metallers Dark Fortress bring us their 8th album Spectres From The Old World. Known best for their blend of melodic guitar riffs, ambient keys, versatile vocals and their rapid artillery of a rhythm section. The band serve up their latest slice of this tried and tested formula, and it does not disappoint.

After the progressive direction Dark Fortress took on their last album Venereal Dawn; Spectres From The Old World features less e...

March 3, 2020

French gothic death/doom metal band Angellore bring us their third full length offering Rien Ne Devait Mourir.

Named after the Tristania song, Angellore create music in a similar vein – gothic, death, doom. They also take influence from funeral doom groups such as Shape of Despair, which is apparent in the slow, drawn out nature of their songs.

Their latest release is noticeably more ambient and atmospheric than previous releases. featuring longer...

January 28, 2020

Norwegian dungeon synth/dark ambient masters Mortiis bring us their latest offering – Spirit of Rebellion. Upon first listening, it becomes immediately apparent that this album takes a different turn from their most recent discography and instead returns to the dungeon synth of their early 90s (“Era I”) material, back when it was still the solo project of Håvard Ellefsen (better known as Mortiis, the namesake of the band).

The album is intended as...

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