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REVIEW: Frozen Factory – Of Pearls & Perils

Frozen Factory's independent debut, "Of Pearls & Perils," boasts an unusual and unique blend of influences to fantastic results. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Jakub Tirco – Alaska

Jakub Tirco impressed our reviewer with his independently-released debut album, "Alaska." Read the review here to find out how and why...

REVIEW: Andy Gillion – Arcade Metal

Andy Gillion - known for his 10-year tenure in Mors Principium Est, released his new solo album "Arcade Metal" today! Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Neon Fields – Neon Fields

Neon Fields impressed us with their alt.rock hauntology of their self-titled debut, out on August 12th, 2022! Check out the album review here...

REVIEW: Halo One – Tuli Sisälläni

Halo One continued to impress us with the sophomore release, "Tuli sisälläni," which likewise surprised us with its language change. Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Saattue – Vain Toinen Heistä

"Vain Toinen Heistä" was last year's independent comeback release from Saattue. Check out our review of this doom metal album here...

REVIEW: Spiritraiser – Ciklos

Spiritraiser captured our ears and hearts with their debut, "Inspiral," and now they're back with their independent sophomore release, "Ciklos," which will hit airwaves on the 25th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Erämaa – Pohjan Nainen

Finnish folk band Erämaa released their debut, "Pojhan Nainen," on January 28th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Wanheda – Desert of Real

Post-rock Belgian outfit Wanheda have a new album set for release soon, called "Desert of Real." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Tuhka – Tuhka

If you're looking for a new taste of beautiful darkness, check out our review of the self-titled debut by Tuhka!

REVIEW: Autumn’s Grief – The Dead Don’t Smile

Autumn's Grief released their debut doom and gloom album, "The Dead Don't Smile," in October. Read our review here...

Interview with Persona – For us, it was very important to...

With the release of their new and refreshing album “Animal,” I had to check in with Persona not just to get the inside scoop into their latest release, but also to discuss their relocation to Germany and what it means to be an independent band. Check out the full interview here...

REVIEW: Oenos – Crno IV

Oenos returns with "Crno IV," which was released independently via Bandcamp on October 1st. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Shedfromthebody – A Dead and Aimless Hum

I think it was Pitchfork that once claimed that shoegaze was music for dreaming. On the same note, I would guess that doomgaze is...

REVIEW: Roju – Nil

ROJU is an up-and-coming metal outfit hailing from Finland with a fresh release out just now. Their debut EP was released on January 29th,...

REVIEW: Oenos – Musta III

Nebuchadnezzar was the longest-reigning monarch of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, presented in Giuseppe Verdi's opera Nabucco as a brutal, hawkish, and despotic ruler. The Bible...