is back. Not better than ever perhaps, but veering dangerously close to past glories. We, of course, had opinions. Orphaned Land Continue reading
Get ready to be transported into the wonderful world of Tolkien, because Austria’s Summoning are back with their eighth full-length effort. We took the plunge. Continue reading
Black metal on a Saturday night in Utrecht’s De Helling? Don’t mind if we do. Greece’s Rotting Christ headlining? All the more reason to make the trip on a very dreary January evening. Here’s what we thought. Continue reading
What to say about 2017? Well nothing really, so just google ‘2017 in a nutshell’ if you want to find out what other truly important people are saying. As always we only concentrate on the music here. So rest assured music fans who follow Sounds from the Dark Side , you’re in good hands here.
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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds has just released its third record. We examine. Continue reading
‘s Anton Battle Beast Kabanen is back with vengeance, and a new-ish kind of beast. We take a look at its debut album Berserker.
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Four years after playing Heineken Music Hall, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds made a triumphant return to Amsterdam last friday. This time bigger, bolder and, most importantly, better. We were there. Continue reading
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