is back to weave a second spell, but is it strong enough? Cellar Darling Continue reading
2019, Cellar Darling, Eluveitie, Ex Deo, Jag Panzer, Nuclear Blast, Queen, Roger Waters, The Gathering, The Spell, This is the Sound
is back with a new album, but can Rotting Christ The Heretics live up to expectations? Let’s find out. Continue reading
2019, black metal, Greece, Iron Maiden, Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy, Metal, Primordial, Rituals, Rotting Christ, Season of Mist, The Heretics
Irish alternative rock staple Therapy? played Amersfoort’s FLUOR and we were there to check it out.
We’re almost there! Another year gone, another about to begin. As we start to look forward to what 2019 might bring us, we also take a traditional look back at everything 2018 had in store for us. We listened to things, we saw things and we wrote about them. Here’s our look at what we liked best.
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Christmas music on Sounds from the Dark Side? You better believe it, courtesy of Starfleet captain James T. Kirk. Continue reading
Here’s something strange to close off the year with… Continue reading
Taiwanese metallers Chthonic took their time, but was it worth the wait? Continue reading