Germany’s Atlantean Kodex dropped its third album and it’s stunning. Here’s our review. Continue reading
It’s taken Finnish metal band Sonata Arctica 24 years to reach album number ten. Is it any good? Let’s investigate.
Sabaton comes panzering along for the ninth time with The Great War. But is this the war to end all wars? Continue reading
Denmark’s D-A-D are back with a vengeance on A Prayer for the Loud. We investigate what the fuss is about. Continue reading
We’re six months in and this is the best we heard so far. In random order that is.
Be prepared: as we review Kull’s debut album Exile, we might also mention Bal-Sagoth once or twice. Continue reading
Germany’s industrial pyromaniacs are back for round seven after a prolongued recording break. But was it worth the wait? Continue reading
A new Mägo de Oz album can only mean one thing: party time! So let’s follow them down that yellow brick road and see what’s going on. Continue reading
When Cellar Darling announced they’d hit Utrecht on one of their dates for their tour in support of The Spell, we just had to be there. Here’s what we thought.
Cellar Darling is back to weave a second spell, but is it strong enough? Continue reading