• THE LION’S DAUGHTER new album ‘Skin Show‘ could serve as the soundtrack to Times Square in the 1970s - the epicenter of sin and salacious misdeeds; a haven for sex, drugs, and crime beneath the inviting glow of neon signs from sleazy adult video stores; a place one would not dare walk alone after midnight unless tempted by devil himself.

It is deviant, raw, nasty, disturbing, and yet the most lively, evolved, and polished version of the band’s work to this day.
  • AUTARKH takes a unique position in the world of extreme metal: musically because of the radical approach the band takes with their rhythm section, and lyrically because the album is more about a personal experience of mankind and the nature of the universe.
‘Form In Motion’ takes us from unraveling storms and destructive chaos to transformation, liberation, and fundamental shifts in understanding in order to align with the divine. That progression is also present in a linear sense – the intrusive uneasiness the album starts with gives way to a sense of epic victory towards the end.
  • It has been seven long years since the world was last blessed with new music from the melodic blackened death metal stalwarts of NIGHTFALL. While the band has been absent from the scene since the release of 2013’s Cassiopeia, their legacy has not been forgotten. Comprising the holy trinity of Greek metal – along with ROTTING CHRIST and SEPTICFLESH – NIGHTFALL was the first extreme act in the country to sign an international deal, introducing the world to the burgeoning Mediterranean scene in the early 90s. Now, the band is plotting a triumphant return with At Night We Prey, the darkest and latest chapter of NIGHTFALL’s already storied career. At Night We Prey is a very dark and personal effort, tackling the topic of bassist/vocalist Efthimis Karadimas’ battle with depression. Unlike past efforts, the band abandons any gothic aesthetic, traversing more into a melodic assault that calls to the sounds of Gothenburg, displaying an obvious maturation from the band that showcases their most serious, evolved, and tightest effort to date.
  • Hailing from the icy expanse of the Canadian prairie to the Nordic coast of Sweden, CULTED unleash their new full-length of industrial metal entitled ‘Nous.’ ‘Nous’ was born as a result of its creators attempting to destroy the ego (that chatter and everything outside of pure consciousness that attempts to sabotage you of peace and rob you of the moment) and instead, open themselves up to the nameless muse of sound. ‘Nous’ sees CULTED’s collective agony transformed into nihilistic dissonance. Each song drags the listener into the abyss, and through nightmarish caverns of darkness and suffering.
  • Since its inception in 2013, SAOR has continually expanded its palette while evoking its Scottish heritage. Driven by the vision of the band’s founder Andy Marshall, SAOR (“free” in Scottish Gaelic) has a uniquely expressive approach that dives deep into literature, history, sorrow, and the majestic mountain landscapes of his homeland.
  • Under Sullen Skies delivers a blackened fury of extreme metal, intertwining with savage, doom-laden brutality. 
Focusing on dark and foreboding tales of folklore and the occult, it captures the agonizing misery, furious vexation, and psychological turmoil that is ravaging humanity at present day.
  • The visionary folk sounds of Sweden’s GARMARNA marry the past to the present on their captivating new album ‘Förbundet.’ ‘Förbundet’ (Swedish for connected) is an especially apt title as their songs, inspired by traditional Swedish folk music and Scandinavian ballads, are played by acoustic instruments but accented by a flourish of modern electronics (beats, loops and samples). The album, led by Emma Härdelin's spellbinding vocals and aided by the rich production of Christopher Juul (HEILUNG), see the Grammis (Swedish Grammy) winning group operating at the heights of their powers. GARMARNA have persevered for nigh on four decades now, and ‘Förbundet’ further secures their legacy as one of the worldwide leaders of traditional Scandinavian folk music.
  • SÓLSTAFIR's music penetrates the mind, body, and soul. One does not need to speak their Icelandic tongue to understand the spectrum of raw emotion evoked by every song. ‘Endless Twilight of Codependent Love’ further solidifies the Icelandic rock giants’ place as masters of their craft, delivering their signature elegance and the unbridled passion upon which they've built their career. While a clear evolution, SÓLSTAFIR also pays homage to their metallic roots. Much like the vast expanse of their homeland, the band once again embodies the ever-turning wheel of the four seasons with their shifting light and darkness.

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