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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 28, 2020

Most band interviews like to start by saying that this is a band that needs no introduction, well instead Igorrr really are a band that needs one. It is hard to truly explain the uniqueness of Igorrr. They seem to include influences throughout all music and it shows in their music. I say they but it is mainly the passion project of Gautier Serre. Making Igorrr, Serre drafts many musicians into his music and could only in recent years be able to f...

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.

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November 13, 2019

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October 8, 2019

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September 24, 2019

If you’ve ever wondered what the end of the world sounds like then wonder no more, because this EP gives us the answer. The debut EP from The Beginning And The End has been four years in the making, and certainly a labour of love for creators Matt Jones and Jamie Fraser, but OUROBOROS is finally here.

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August 6, 2019

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July 9, 2019

Babymetal exploded on to the metal scene with their combination of Idol music and heavy metal, beautifully demonstrated with the internet sensation 'Gimmie Chocolate'. Their first album was huge and they quickly became a household name. This was always going to be a tough act to follow but Metal Resistance, their second album, was a solid effort. In more recent years the band, which was originally fronted by the young girls, Su-Metal, Moa-Metal a...

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