I have to admit that it’s always been difficult for me to review a Vietnamese band for 2 reasons band 1. Vietnamese people in general are quite sensitive to comments about themselves or anything related to them. Praise is sometimes said, but criticism is also said. 2. This reason is more important. To be fair,
Honestly, although I have known Wayfarer for a long time, because of the aversion to American post/atmospheric black, I haven’t heard it until now. And I regret not knowing them sooner. The album cover clearly shows Wayfarer’s music. Black metal has a Western theme. Unlike the romantic and somewhat “knight” images, the history of the
Demanuac caused a surprise with “a bomb” at the end of the year. An album over the top, showy and especially uplifting. The band from Chile combines the ferocity and technique of American thrash with frenetic pace and Teutonic thrash tunes. It comes with a bit of black metal tremolo and lots of jazz fusion
Are you bored and looking for something to make the first day of your week more exciting? Search no more, Paranorm has come to you from far away Sweden with their debut album and bold prog thrash/death music. I would recommend the album Empyrean True to the Japanese guitar dance tradition, Evil plays very melodic.
Whenever there’s an album that deals with history or literature, art is my long-winded illness that gets triggered. Refer to the mems. Do you mind if besides the album review, there are also things around the album that are rambling about? Laptev is the coast of the Arctic Ocean of Russia. It is located in
Russian black metal – like everything else coming from this country, is quite alien to the West due to linguistic and political barriers. It’s really a pity that Russia has a long history of Black metal with so many big names. Temnozor, Ashen Light, Krada. The highest peak is Kaldrad, who died at the age
Sometimes, divisions are the source of new successes. That’s true of the Negura Bunget. In 2006, the black metal band from Romania released OM, a bombshell that hit the black metal scene. The combination of atmospheric black. Progressive rock and Folk give OM an irresistible charm. Negura Bunget quickly became the cult name of underground
Burn in Many Mirrors is the third album by Wode, a band from Manchester. Released by the “small but quality” label 20 Buck Spin, a label that is extremely cool recently when continuously releasing extremely quality black/death albums. And as always, the 20 Buck Spin proved to be extremely adept at choosing death metal bands.