Wormlight – Wrath of the Wilds (2018) – Review

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RockmusicRaider - Wormlight - Wrath of the Wilds - Album CoverLet’s descend into the pit once again, shall we? And burn a little very black ink on that bloodied altar that eagerly awaits its next ritual.

Wormlight from Sweden are on the prowl again. And their 2018 offering Wrath of the Wilds hungers to be seen.

And there’s urgency.

The band already got on our best dark side with their latest EP Bloodfields, and we somehow kept a lookout ever since. Only this time, the radar must have rusted shut, and we are somewhat late with a review. But who cares, as long as the sound is just right, [...] Click to raid more!

Ildra – Eðelland (2011 / 2018) – Review

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RockmusicRaider Review - Ildra - Eðelland - Album CoverSome bands bury themselves so far underground, it is amazing that we can actually find them. You need to be a tunnel rat for Norad to unearth them, though. And still, you will be able to find them only with some sort of nuclear powered detection device. Or else they will just dig down further, like some giant metal mole in a cosmic rage.

A myriad of Black Metal outfits have already tried this hide-and-seek approach, wearing masks and threatening everybody and sundry with the Dark Lord, should they try to uncover their identity. But seldom have we come across [...] Click to raid more!

Newsflash: Narbeleth take the chains off Indomitvs!

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RockmusicRaider Newsflash - Narbeleth - Indomitvs - Album CoverAre you in the mood?

Because you must be in the mood for this. If so, follow me down that blackened tunnel to the spot where Narbeleth lustfully indulge in their Black Metal tune.

The band’s newest album Indomitvs just delivers whatever my black metal heart desires this dark morning. Right up there with the likes of Batushka‘s Litourgyia or the ritualistic Darkend.   

Their menu: Traditional Black Metal in all its unholy Northern splendor. And this without a lot of the current-day theatrics that we have to put up with.

At least this is the first impression.

Because [...] Click to raid more!