Singapore Sling: The Tower of Foroncity Categories: Albums • Iceland • Rock Singapore Sling: The Tower of Foroncity Three years on from the latest album, 'Never Forever', Singapore Sling aka Henrik Björnsson and friends released the eighth full length since their beginning in 2000 about a month ago. As I really like what Björnsson's fellow Icelanders in Dead Skeletons do (Björnsson is in fact also a member of ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Spiralism: Chakras Categories: Albums • Finland • Metal Spiralism: Chakras Last week I shared the first single off psychedelic metal band Spiralism's debut album, 'Chakras', saying that 'Weighing Of The Heart' was worth checking out if you are into songs where you can listen to the first two or three minutes and still have no idea where it is going. ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Siberian: Modern Age Mausoleum Categories: Albums • Metal • Sweden Siberian: Modern Age Mausoleum Earlier this year I claimed that if the first track of Siberian’s first full length album was anything to judge by we could be in for quite a treat. Guess what: The single 'Paragon' was something to judge by (it’s not even the best track on the album) and we ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Herr Nilsson: Songs In Your Basement Categories: Albums • Norway • Rock Herr Nilsson: Songs In Your Basement Two and half years ago I featured Norwegian eight-piece Herr Nilsson and their, at the time, two fresh singles released as buildup to their fourth, at the time, untitled album. A video for 'Figures & Charts' was missed (perhaps along with more?) through 2013 but included in this retrospect sorry-piece, ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Bloodbath: Grand Morbid Funeral Categories: Albums • Metal • Sweden Bloodbath: Grand Morbid Funeral If you are in to Swedish death metal two pieces of great news emerged recently. Firstly, Bloodbath released their new album, 'Grand Morbid Funeral'. Secondly, same Bloodbath announced that they are going to play at next year's metal festival Copenhell. If the first says something about the latter we can ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Friendship: Friendship Categories: Albums • Norway • Rock Friendship: Friendship Taking their name from the 1971 debut album by Junipher Greene, one of the central groups in Norwegian progressive rock, power trio Friendship (Magnus Kultorp, Fredrik Skalstad and Njål Uhre Kiese) debuts with 11 tracks of excellent soulful way-back-when rock and muscle their way to the top of the retro ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Neondad: Off The Humdrum Categories: Albums • Finland • Rock Neondad: Off The Humdrum On the first day of October I featured the three singles released to build up to Neondad's debut album, 'Off The Humdrum' - an eight song collection of alternative indierock, every once in a while touching base with Radiohead in mood and sound. It's pretty much half an album of ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Redwood Hill: Collider Categories: Albums • Denmark • Metal Redwood Hill: Collider Redwood Hill’s 2012 debut 'Descender' was all kinds of awesome, and after witnessing their performance on Copenhell earlier this year I called them "one of the most exciting up-and-coming metal bands in Denmark right now." After listening to the band’s sophomore effort, 'Collider', I am going to rephrase that a ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Solbrud: Jærtegn Categories: Albums • Denmark • Metal Solbrud: Jærtegn Jærtegn can be loosely translated to omen – a phenomenon that is believed to foretell the future, usually foreseeing horrible events like war, plagues or hunger. There is nothing horrible about the second full length from the Danish quartet Solbrud, however. If anything it foresees a new wave of Danish black ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Sea: Sea Categories: Albums • Denmark • Metal Sea: Sea Listening to 'Sea' is like putting on your favourite vintage metal-shirt. Sure, it may not be fashionable and perhaps it reeks a bit of smoke and stale beer, but it fits perfectly and you can’t help but love it. The four youngsters in Sea know their Thin Lizzy, their Dio, ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Fjeld: Apple Thief Times Categories: Albums • Finland • Rock Fjeld: Apple Thief Times Released back in February Fjeld's debut EP, 'Apple Thief Times', sports four tracks of indie-post-rock along the musical lines of fellow Scandinavians Mew, Rubik and Sigur Rós. The Finnish quintet, formed in 2011, are currently working on a full length effort, which they plan to release next year should everything ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
The Janitors: Evil Doings Of An Evil Kind Categories: Albums • Rock • Sweden The Janitors: Evil Doings Of An Evil Kind Following up on their debut full length, 'Drone Head' (2013), The Janitors released this 30 minute mini followup exactly a month ago on legendary Danish label Bad Afro Records. Consisting of just four tracks 'Evil Doings Of An Evil Kind' serves well as an intense introduction to the droning, psyched ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
Torgeir Waldemar: Torgeir Waldemar Categories: Albums • Norway • Rock Torgeir Waldemar: Torgeir Waldemar American tradition and Norwegian... well, I don't know, minds, temperament and perhaps nature make for a rather excellent musical match these years. Real Ones, Bigbang, House By The Lake, Tommy Tokyo and Simen Mitlid, just to name some of those who've gotten to us the past six years of doing ... (Click To Continue Reading)
 
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