Album Review: King Legba and the Loas – Back from the Dead (Czar of Crickets Productions)

After serious health issues of the lead-singer, songwriter and guitarist Tobi Glanzmann, King Legba and the Loas is literally back from the dead. Back from the Dead is their new album and is more energetic than everything they did before as obviously they kicked the deathworld’s ass to hell. It will be released on March 22nd 2019 via Czar of Crickets Productions.

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Album Review: Bloodbound – Rise Of The Dragon Empire (AFM Records)

Album number 8 from power/folk metal band, Bloodbound is called ‘Rise Of The Dragon Empire’ and music-wise it is a continuation of the latest two albums War Of Dragons and Stormborn, but this time a clearer Nordic folk music influence is mixed in with the typical trademark sound of Bloodbound. It will be released on March 22nd via AFM Records.

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Album Review: Ashen Horde – Fallen Cathedrals (Extreme Metal Music/Rockshots Records)

Ashen Horde’s third album, ‘Fallen Cathedrals’ will be released on March 22nd 2019 via Extreme Metal Music and Rockshots Records on CD and vinyl in Europe and North America. A concept album in the vein of J.G. Ballard’s dystopian novel “High Rise,” “Fallen Cathedrals” explores class warfare and a society’s descent into primitive, warring tribes.

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Album Review: Tempel – Tempel (Jansen Records)

Norway’s Tempel was formed by Kvelertak drummer Kjetil Gjermundrød with his brothers Espen and Inge, and childhood friend Andreas Espolin Johnson. They serve up modern heavy metal at its finest with their debut self-titled, to be released via Jansen Records on the 22nd March 2019.

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Album Review: Iron Griffin – Curse Of The Sky (Gates Of Hell Records)

Already known for his work in Mausoleum Gate, multi-instrumentalist Oskari Räsänen steps out on his own with his Iron Griffin classic metal project. The band’s first full-length Curse of the Sky is out on March 22nd 2019 via Gates of Hell Records.

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