Video: My Dying Bride on a Broken Shore!

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As this year starts to take on steam, we truly look forward to a tear-drenched and wretched twelve months, hopefully filled with loads of Doom and Doom Death Metal of the first order. And – good news – there’s some serious action on that specific horizon.

My Dying Bride are on the prowl again with their new album The Ghost Of Orion ready to release by early March 2020. And that’s a good thing, as we felt the misery long enough for now.

MDB just rushed ahead lately and released their newest video Your Broken Shore with Aaron Stainthorpe growling … [...] Click to raid more!

Battle Beast – No More Hollywood Endings (2019) – Review

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By the Holy Metal Cow and Loki’s Grail. We already went through the latest terror attack of Within Temptation. Didn’t we?

We did.

Earlier this year. And it was not all that pleasant if I recall correctly. Methinks that lately, all those Power and Symphonic Metal folks seem to be in step with each other. Pending a few changes in line-up and make-up, you will get the same, same but different primeval soup of preexistent sound bytes. As if some massive sampling is going on somewhere and unbeknownst to us. And truly, some sort of … [...] Click to raid more!

Eluveitie – Ategnatos (2019) – Review

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RockmusicRaider - eluveitie - Ategnatos - Album CoverI said it, didn’t I. After Evocation II released in 2017, I could already feel that this bright stage light for Fabienne Erni was not going to last for too long. So, here we find ourselves with Ategnatos, Eluveitie‘s newest in early 2019.

With a friggin’ 16 tracks crammed into one hour of air coverage. That is 3′ 45” of play time for each track on average, exactly what the pop industry and the infamous labels demand for radio coverage. Well, kind of. Only, here we deal with Folk and Pagan Metal, not pop. We reckon, at least.[...] Click to raid more!