Video: Infinitas release Skylla!

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RockmusicRaider Video - Infinitas - Skylla - Civitas InteritusThose having followed the RockmusicRaider webzine last year will certainly remember the Swiss band Infinitas and their 2017 album Civitas Interitus. The album was deemed delightful enough by the RMR deck crew to make it onto the 2017 Top 10 Records, too. And for good reason: Their tune still plays quite often on the mighty RMR music machine to this day.

Since the release of the album, the band went through a series of important line-up changes, but it appears that they are back on surer footing in the meantime. The band has been hard at work and just released their first video Skylla taken from the aforementioned album.

I like the way Infinitas captured the essence of their tune on this video without going all goofy on the audience with exaggerated theatrics.Got hooked? Raid this some more...

Infinitas – Civitas Interitus (2017) – Review

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Do you like spelunking? Fancy mystical landscapes gorging with ancient lore and accounts of witches? Then you need to visit Muotathal somewhere in nowhere-land in Switzerland. The region is home of the famous Hölloch, a world-renowned cave system of a couple of hundred klicks in length.

Sometimes the goofy Swiss really knock themselves out. Wikipedia indicates the cave to be 200.4 kilometers in length, which should elevate whoever wrote that sentence to dork nirvana on a world stage of wannabe dorks. So, don’t you ever misstate that (supposed) fact by even one millimeter or the ghost of the last witch – the Kastenvögtin – will surely beat you senseless.

So, why am I not surprised that this location bred Infinitas – a metal band, no less.Got hooked? Raid this some more...

Incursed – Amalur (2017) – Review

RockmusicRaider Review - Incursed - Amalur - Album CoverThe blasted July 2017 EP The Slavic Covenant of Incursed did not impress the RMR deck crew. Too many oldies and not enough goodies, I can tell ya. Bands need to produce new, awesome material that is unique and people will want to hear. Not endlessly regurgitate old stuff or go for weird pop covers. The mighty Symphonic Metal front chicks from Exit Eden recently tried to pull that pop cover stunt as well. The outcome was – well – bizarre to say the least. With tracks ranging from juvenile wet dreams to age-old pop disasters that we all hoped would stay dead. But that will be for a different review, if ever I find the time. 

So, trepidation reigned when we started to look at Amalur, the brand new full length record Incursed unchained this September of 2017.Got hooked? Raid this some more...