SEPTAGON Apocalyptic Rhymes

Apocalyptic Rhymes is the 2nd offering from Germany based Septagon a band that has quite tradition influences in their music so we took an opportunaty to have the interview with the band and to present their second effort on our pages… Apocalyptic Rhymes is the 2nd offering from Germany based Septagon so please could you add few…

CATTLE DECAPITATION Medium Rarities

Maybe younger crowd is not aware that Cattle Decapitation has not always been extreme metal mutant from the last two albums and that they have honed their craft for years before getting where they are now. Medium Rarities is the name of the compilation that has just been released where the band has compiled all…

SKULL PIT Skull Pit

Can you imagine the band comprised of members from Teutonic thrash merchants Exumer and Japanese doom overlords Church of Misery? That is impossible, you would say? Enter Skull Pit, new project which was made out of friendship of Exumer’s Mem V. Stein and Church of Misery’s Tatsu Mikami. From the moment Skull Pit was announced…

HORRENDOUS Blood For the Idol

Since its inception, Horrendous has been one of the most exciting bands dealing with death metal subgenre, constantly twisting it and giving its own stamp on tried and true style. Their fourth full length entitled Idol, which is already poised to be one of the best albums this year, was good enough reason to get…

ARTILLERY The Face Of Fear

Third time’s a charm, as they say, and that is definitely the case with Danish thrashers Artillery. Their third incarnation from 2007 onwards proved to be the longest standing one, with stabilized line up and biggest number of albums under their belt and here we have another proof for that statement in front us. Artillery’s…

SACRAL RAGE Onwards to Celestial Echoes

Greek tech thrashers Sacral Rage made a lot of people looking towards their direction with their debut album 2015’s Illusions in Infinite Void; and they have more than fulfilled their promise with their second full length Beyond Celestial Echoes that is much better than already good debut. We had to seek out for this entity…

HATE ETERNAL Upon Desolate Sands

Death metal juggernaut Hate Eternal led by uncompromising Erik Rutan has fallen into a pit of mediocrity after their perhaps the best album 2005’s I, Monarch. Three albums that followed that beast have been good but nothing above it: they got the work done but the band itself has fallen into the pit of predictability.…