Category: Reviews

Toter Fisch-Yemaya

The decent pirate metal usually starts and ends on Scottish Alestorm. But those guys from Tours deny to this conception. And they too break the basic rule of young French bands first albums sounding...

Utmarken-Förfallstid

We asked Mathias Gyllengahm , the mastermind of Utmarken to say a few words of his new album instead of writing review. 01 – Förfallstid (Time of decay) The word “Förfallstid”, can roughly be translated...

FolCore – Haeresis

This is the first album of Minsk – based band Folcore, formed in 2012. Although the name of the band may be associated to folcore , a new subgenre attempting redifing folk metal, there...

Annwn – Enaid

Annwn is a German mystic medieval folk band from Mainz, Erkrath. In 2016 they come to us with their third album entitled „Enaid”. The album contains 13 tracks. Every of them is a real...

An Theos – Seminția dacă

An Theos are a Romanian band from Bucharest. Their songs tell of the ancient Carpathian mounatins and the people who lived there. Seminția Dacă contains three pieces released on a single three years ago:...

Wardruna – Runaljod – Ragnarok

Runaljod (Ragnarok) is the third album from the rune-inspired cycle released by Wardruna. The series is based on the 24 runes of the Elder Futhark. The first significant difference from the other two albums...

Skiltron – Legacy of Blood

Skiltron probably need not to be introduced. These Argentinian celtic metallers have been around for a while now and Legacy of Blood  is their fifth full-length album. With it they continue their style that...

Vanvidd – Vanvidd

Vanvidd, the Norwegians from Arendal, have just released their debut album. It is always good to see some fresh blood in the industry – as long as they actually bring something fresh in, of...

Finsterforst – #YØLØ

Finsterforst is a German band who had enough guts to launch a party album containing even Miley Cyrus’ cover. While still sticking to their huge – and sometimes overwelming – sound, the group decided...

Skálmöld – Vögguvísur Yggdrasils

Skalmöld need not be introduced. Every self-respecting folk metal fan should be familiar with this band and if they are not, they should catch up as soon as possible. Starting with this very album...