It was a bit of a struggle to come up with something witty and knowledgeable to say about King and their new album Reclaim the Darkness. The fact is describing it is rather simplistic – “it’s very dark my friend, very, very dark.
It has been nearly five years since I reviewed AtteroTerra’s debut album, Humanicide Directive. The band’s first album was a surprisingly coordinated, high energy and (at times) dark creation. Humanicide Directive stood out by mixing deep notes with high paced beats, giving most tracks a deep and powerful tone.
It’s impressive when a band is able to transcend genres and express themselves in a number of different styles, especially when that happens all on one recording. Skeletonwitch’s EP, The Apothic Gloom on Prosthetic Records, does just that during the four new tracks.
Why is Dawn of Demise the band of the week? Easy… We love death metal. Dawn of Demise does death metal very well. They have a new album coming out. We enjoy said album. Hence they are band of the week. Like that statement Dawn of Demise is simple and straightforward.
She was only 15 years old. A beautiful girl, she walked the halls of our high school befriending everyone, seemingly happy and healthy. Tremendous in the classroom, a loving sister and daughter, her future appeared as bright as her smile. That’s what we all thought.
Soilwork is currently touring the world and playing us new tracks off their current album “The Ride Majestic.” However as a gift to loyal fans the band has released a collection of rarities and unreleased tracks in the form of “Death Resonance.
Don’t you just love when a band gets it? When they know that in order to be successful you have to be both true to your music and true to the fans of music? Nevalra gets it! In fact for a young band they get it better than most “veteran” bands.
It all started so innocently. I flirted with the idea of going to Full Terror Assault 2 coming up in late August. Already a fan of black metal masters Nevalra, I noticed Dying Fetus and Belhegor on the bill, and my intrigue peaked.