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REVIEW: Rivers of Nihil – The Work

The Pennsylvanian metal outfit, RIVERS OF NIHIL, released nothing short of a curveball full-length “Where Owls Know My Name” in 2018. It was a...

REVIEW: Fractal Universe – The Impassable Horizon

Fractal Universe impressed our editor when they opened for Obscura in 2019, so be sure to check out her thoughts on their new release, "The Impassable Horizon," which was released on June 25th via Metal Blade Records...

REVIEW: Anaal Nathrakh – Endarkenment (Musicalypse Archive)

Violence, brutality, and a complete lack of compromise - just some of the terms that can be used to describe ANAAL NATHRAKH, a British...

REVIEW: The Ocean – Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic

In 2018, the multi-national collective of post-metal eccentrics, THE OCEAN, released the first half of a sprawling palaeontology concept album, ”Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic.” It...

REVIEW: Ensiferum – Thalassic (Musicalypse Archive)

ENSIFERUM's heroic heavy metal journey has finally brought them to the sea, 3 years after the release of "Two Paths." Their eighth studio album,...

REVIEW: Falconer – From a Dying Ember (Musicalypse Archive)

The famed Swedish power metallers of FALCONER have decided, at long last, to call it quits. While fans may be sad to hear this, they've...

REVIEW: Sorcerer – Lamenting of the Innocent

Originally formed in 1988, Swedish epic/doom metal band SORCERER are back with their third full-length album, "Lamenting of the Innocent," released on 29 May...

REVIEW: Crimfall – Amain (Musicalypse Archive)

CRIMFALL has been fairly quiet since their 2011 album, "The Writ of Sword," with the odd tour date here-and-there. Now it seems they're back with...