Yellow Eyes delivers a notable contribution that stands ahead and apart for many reasons.
Black and doom metal inspire our new favorite ambient project!
2013's Satyricon presented a minor comeback in the sense of greater immediacy and consistency in songcraft, but four years later Deep Calleth Upon Deep takes that sure-handedness and accumulated proficiency to another level.
Wolves in the Throne Room have had their fair share of both admirers and detractors, with many in the metal community…
Relentless Mutation is a great step forward for Archspire, as the writing is vastly improved and more consistent than on previous records. And it’s a great step forward for death metal as well, especially the tech death-side of things. Never mind our worries about the robots replacing us. The robots should be afraid of Archspire replacing them!
Everyone knows Cradle of Filth and everyone knows on a basic level what to expect from new albums. But on their latest album, Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay, what you might presume to hear may go even beyond that.
Pure metal fans may not enjoy Hiss Spun’s icy cocktail of deeply distorted alternative rock, folk, and electronics, but anyone willing to step just a few inches outside their comfort zone will find a whole new creepy world to explore.
Despite several considerable high points, Myrkur's sophomore record is a frustratingly inconsistent affair that fails to showcase its creator's considerable talents. Still, the potential for greatness is clearly there, and Myrkur will absolutely be a project worth following in the years to come.