Winterfylleth plug back in in devastating fashion on The Reckoning Dawn to deliver another untouchable album of black metal.
Winterfylleth are one of the UK’s finest metal acts. In this article, the bands bassist, Nick Wallwork, talks of his love of the mighty Type O Negative.
Leading lights of the UK Black Metal scene, Winterfylleth, return on 13th September 2019 with a brand new live album ‘The Siege of Mercia’ on CD/DVD and gatefold LP.
Atavist are back having reformed in 2017 after a ten year hiatus. As one of the UK’s most devastating death/doom bands, they have returned with a new album; III: Absolution.
Iron Maiden have a legacy forged through great songs. Many songs are very well known, but what of the deeper cuts? We go on a deep dive.
Vegard get a final repress of Bewithced By Moonlight Rituals courtesy of Lone Vigil Records (run by Chris Naughton of Winterfylleth).
Wolcensmen ooze class, confidence and grandeur on second album. Fire In The White Stone.
In the wake of Norway’s Inferno Festival having to cancel, Wolcensmen joined the ranks in live streaming a concert for the masses to enjoy.
Following the success of the debut album ‘Songs from the Fyrgen’ (reissued in 2018 by Indie Recordings), Wolcensmen is back with the highly anticipated new LP, ‘Fire in the White Stone’.
Wolcensmen, the solo project of Dan Capp, discusses his love of the legendary Bathory.
2020 has been a tremendously challenging year for many obvious reasons. One thing that has kept many of us afloat is an endless stream of amazing music.
Vampire return from the murky depths of their old town Gothenburg dwellings to deliver another wickedly blazing record, and a career highlight.
Manchester black-metallers WODE return and show the step up that they have made. Burn In Many Mirrors is a huge album, with the one of the most dynamic metal sounds you are likely to hear this year.
Cellist Jo Quail reissues the haunting Five Incantations album in a beautifully packaged set.
Pallbearer return with their fourth full length album. Forgotten Days is a sublime album that pushes the Arkansas quartet further into the stratosphere.