Inherus – Beholden
Instead of trying to compete in battles of heaviness Inherus have developed an expansive sound that will only gain in strength as they develop.
They have proven themselves to bring their stories to life in unbelievable results that’ll keep you replaying this album, more and more to see what you’re missing.
Each track is a chaotic snapshot from a winding journey through hidden worlds, a postcard trail of saturated colours and enigmatic inscriptions.
It is both interconnected and quite moving, as Scrimshire is actually able to fully transfer his emotions and thoughts into the music here which is both varied and exciting.
One hell of a debut that Frøislie has unleashed.
Essentially, ‘Everyday is The Song’ proves its title and is an enviable musical achievement.
All in all, the live recording at ProgStock makes it worth the demand to imagine yourself being at that venue, supporting Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius as they bring real good music to our very own living rooms.
Walking that delicate knife-edge of being rooted in history, yet talking bold leaps forward too, one of black metal’s great innovators returns to where it all began.
Beyond North Star is dripping-black, 100% killer and inventive black metal.
Essentially this is abstract, instrumental, electronic music that is a pleasure to listen to.
When you want to get a good buzz by blasting noisy heavy music, Supercluster is definitely a record to reach for.
It is technical death metal in the best way possible: thundering roars, riffs to get lost in, a bass tone that will register on the Richter scale.
Yakuza have reaffirmed their well-earned status as one of the more interesting and dynamic voices operating in sludge metal.
We get layers of elongated notes and spaces between them that weave, and slowly twist and turn, bringing almost perfect meditational pieces that exemplify any form of spiritual music.
Acid Disorder confirms with no doubt Giöbia’s reputation as one of Europe’s most interesting psychedelic rock bands at this moment.
The unexpected return of one of the most extreme bands to ever crawl out from under the rock labelled doom – time for the most desolate atmospheres conjured in slow motion.