PATHFINDER Beyond the Space, Beyond the Time

Beyond the Space, Beyond the Time (2010) is the debut record released by Poland-based symphonic power metal Pathfinder. Their music and their style could be easily compared with Rhapsody of Fire since they have obvious symphonic and classical influences. Also, there are some other bands that we need to mentioned like Kamelot, Stratovarious and alike. Fans of more…

DOMINE Dragonlord

Dragonlord or Tales of the Nobel Steele (1999) stands ae one of the best records ever released by Italian band Domine. As a matter of fact this was their second full-length, the album that has made this band more known to the metal scene. Many melodic metal fans consider Domine as a sort of the answer…

SUMMONING Old Mornings Dawn

Seven years after highly rated Oath Bound masters of epic tunes from Middle-earth and beyond have returned, once more, to conquer and to claim the throne of the finest epic black metal bands with their majestic, most excellent tunes. Austrian based duo, eccentric Silenius and more romantic Protector, have delivered, one more time, a marvelous piece of…

NUMENOR Sword and Sorcery

One of the most unique projects currently working in this area, epic entity called Númenor, has reached one of the most important moments in one band’s career: release of the second album. A lot of groups can have success with their debuts but the second one is the moment when they prove their worth and…

DRACONIAN Sovran

This year has been very good for doom metal as genre giants such as Shape of Despair, Ahab, My Dying Bribe and Skepticism have all released very good album, and Autumn will for sure be painted in those colors by upcoming triple album by Swallow the Sun and Draconian’s new offering entitled Sovran. Four years…

MANEGARM Manegarm

Månegarm are since their inception one of the torchbearers of true pagan metal scene and appropriately as this year marks their 20th anniversary they are releasing their 8th, self titled full length which will prove to you crystal clear that pagan metal can be much deeper than jovial jumparound songs and it is for sure…