“Coup De Grâce” is the debut album by the Croatian five-piece called What Lies Beyond. And it is as modern as it gets.
Kromorth performs Death Metal in a very brutal manner yet steers clear of the technical side of the genre. Apart of complex guitar solos, this is pretty much straight forward music.
When it’s all said and done, I can honestly conclude that Forgotten Scream’s “Changes” is a good record.
Black Metal has come a long way from its inception and so has Zloslut. At this point this is a force to be reckoned.
Three years after its predecessor, the fifth album by Galizian duo, Xerión, is out!
25 years into their existence, one of the forerunners of Dutch Black Metal, Sammath, will have their debut live performance outside of The Netherlands or Germany.
There is nothing outstanding on this EP. It just fits perfectly on the “average pile” which is growing by the minute threatening to overshadow Mount Everest.
These 36 minutes stand as another proof of a thriving scene which has often been overlooked by the connoisseurs. Perhaps it is about time we all turn our ears towards the Netherlands. A couple of real hidden gems are waiting to be discovered. Meslamtaea is certainly one of them.