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Interview with Kuolemanlaakso – “We are the slaves. We are not...

Kuolemaanlaakso's new album, "Kuusumu" is out tomorrow. We had the chance to talk to Laakso and Tiera about the album. Read the full interview here...

REVIEW: Kuolemanlaakso – Kuusumu

The Finnish doom metallers of Kuolemanlaakso are back after a lengthy break with a new offering! "Kuusumu" is out on March 4th via Svart Records, but you can check out our review now...

GALLERY: 29.10.2021 Dust Mountain & Green King @ Bar Loose, Helsinki

We went out to check out Dust Mountain and Green King at Bar Loose on October 29th. Now our gallery is online, so check it out here...

REVIEW: Dust Mountain – Hymns For Wilderness

Dust Mountain are releasing Hymns for Wilderness on October 8th via Svart Records. Read our album review here...

BOOK REVIEW: Matti Riekki – North from Here: The Sentenced Story

Non-Finnish fans of Sentenced have been waiting a long time to have a chance to read "Täältä Pohjoiseen" in English. Last month, Matti Riekki's "North from Here: The Sentenced Story" was finally released in English. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Jess and The Ancient Ones – Vertigo

If you're at all a fan of Finnish psychedelic rock, you are surely familiar with JESS AND THE ANCIENT ONES. Formed in Kuopio in...

REVIEW: Pågå – The Evil Year

Swedish post-punk act Pågå released their new album, "The Evil Year," in November 2020, via Svart Records. Read the review here...

REVIEW: Suad – Waves

Every now and then, an artist comes along who can outperform the volume of the distorted guitars of a stereotypical metal platoon with a...

REVIEW: Polymoon – Caterpillars of Creation

Maybe I have been hanging around with a rather dubious musical companion during this strange pandemic, but somehow it's starting to feel as though...

REVIEW: Onsegén Ensemble – Fear

It is not an everyday occurrence that a genuinely unique prog-oddity from the far north of Finland manages to challenge the weirdness factor of...

REVIEW: Dark Buddha Rising – Mathreyata

Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day in the Western world, which is pretty odd, considering it occurs whenever a month begins on...

REVIEW: Skepticism – Alloy (Re-issued)

Writing a review about a reissue surely has its own features: it’s a release that fans and supporters are already familiar with so, less...

REVIEW: Kairon; IRSE! – Polysomn

One version of the Surrealist Manifesto reads something like this: "Surrealism is pure psychic automatism, by which one proposes to express, either verbally, in...

REVIEW: Aleah – Aleah

Writing about a posthumous album might be quite insidious, since it has some specific implications and issues. In this case, the posthumous album happens...

06.01.2018 Svartfest II @ Klubi, Tampere (Musicalypse Archive)

Some of you may be familiar with Svart Records, a Finnish record label that was founded in 2009. Svartfest, then, is the mini-tour of...

REVIEW: Hallatar – No Stars Upon the Bridge (Musicalypse Archive)

As some of you likely know already, the tragic origin of HALLATAR is far from usual. After the untimely passing of singer-songwriter Aleah Starbridge...

REVIEW: Trees of Eternity – Hour of the Nightengale (Musicalypse Archive)

Death is not an unfamiliar topic for the vast majority of metal bands, as most of them handle the subject in at least one...