Album Reviews 2014

Kadavar - Abra Kadavar - Artwork

Kadavar – Abra Kadavar

We’ve seen it on the fashion runways and all over the music scene, so I guess that 70’s style is ...
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Sirenia - Perils Of The Deep Blue - Artwork

Sirenia – Perils Of The Deep Blue

When it comes to a Sirenia’s new album it’s like playing with fire after being repeatedly burned in the past ...
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Gothminister – Utopia

Gothminister’s latest release “Utopia” is a quite complicated concept album. Giving it a quick listening it was extremely hard to ...
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Alcest – Shelter

It cannot be denied that Alcest has worked very hard to gain a righteous role in music. The new album ...
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Chaostar – Anonima

Maybe not everybody knows that Christos Antoniou from Septicflesh is a multitalented musician with a Master’s Degree in concert music ...
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Monster Magnet – Milking The Stars: A Re-imagining Of Last Patrol

We can all agree on the fact that Monster Magnet’s “Last Patrol” has represented a tremendous come back, so why ...
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Leaves’ Eyes – Symphonies Of The Night

Leaves’ Eyes comes back to please once again the gigantic worldwide fanbase that has been conquered through years of constant ...
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Monster Magnet – Last Patrol

Monster Magnet’s latest release entitled “Last Patrol” is not just another stoner rock album. Maybe it’s the witty lyrics, the ...
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Paradise Lost – Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities)

It’s time to get all emotional and nostalgic because another great band is celebrating the 25th anniversary. Not many bands ...
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The Vintage Caravan - Voyage - Artwork

The Vintage Caravan – Voyage

The first thing that inevitably comes to mind when you listen to The Vintage Caravan’s “Voyage” is that this album ...
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The Vision Bleak – Witching Hour

The Vision Bleak is one of the most interesting and underestimated bands in the metal scene. This time the indomitable ...
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Orphaned Land – All Is One

Orphaned Land is one of those bands that do not really require any formal introduction. Despite the long career, the ...
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Death SS – Resurrection

Listening to “Resurrection” by Death SS feels like a full immersion in the perilously dark realm of nostalgia. Even if ...
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Deathstars - The Perfect Cult - Artwork

Deathstars – The Perfect Cult

Once upon a time, Deathstars was a big deal, a band with a mesmerizing creative force that filled each and ...
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The Birthday Massacre – Superstition

By now everybody knows that The Birthday Massacre has successfully developed a uniquely sinister and cute visual/musical image. There is ...
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