Merchant - Beneath

Merchant – Beneath Review

Black Bow records have done it again. That’s it, that’s all you need to know. Black Bow are becoming like Earache Records was like back in the 80s when you knew you could trust them.

Morass of Molasses - These Paths We Tread

Morass of Molasses – These Paths We Tread Review

In the mid 90s I DJ-ed a club night called Sticky Youth Club, all very kitsch and tongue in cheek, but nothing as sticky as this lot Morass of Molasses. They are self proclaimed ’Swamp

Alastor - Black Magic

Alastor – Black Magic Review

Swedish doomsayers Alastor are releasing this EP on Twin Earth in March 2017 digitally and CD, and maybe a vinyl copy will follow. It has a very Swedish sound, as it’s opening riffs remind me

Space Witch - Arcanum

Space Witch – Arcanum Review

Since I last cavorted with these witches in their sacred grove, they have either added an old crone to their coven or retrained at Spell School as vocals are now a thing, and originally, I

Dynfari - The Four Doors of the Mind

Dynfari – The Four Doors of the Mind Review

This record sang to me even before I pressed play as I was reading the press release notes, it is a concept album around the issue of pain. And this is very close to me

Drude - Drude

Drude – Drude Review

Trump maybe getting “really bad drudes out,” but this bad Drude is here to stay! And that is because it hides and morphs and blends in like a musical chameleon. You know how it is,

Death of Kings - Hell Comes to Life

Death of Kings – Hell Comes to Life (single) Review

I am late to the party, but a friend gave me Mustaine: A Life in Metal which was a terrific read, and made me feel 15 again in the summers of the late 80s. And

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