Album Review: Petrolio – L+Esistenze (Self Released)

Petrolio was founded in 2015 by Enrico Cerrato, a musician already active in metal, industrial and jazz/noise/punk scenes. Petrolio first released “Di Cosa Si Nasce” in April 2017 to great success. Collabrating with an impressive list of artists, Petrolio followed that up with L+Esistenze. Released in October 2018.

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Album Review: Gladden Fields – Tower Of The Moon (Self Released)

UK ghostly ambient black metal project, Gladden Fields have released their debut album, Tower of the Moon. Evoking an ethereal sense of place from which the project takes its name, this is a solitary march through a sonic landscape.

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Album Review: Black Falcon – Turn Around and Face the Sun (MSH Music Group)

Delivering riff-fuelled, distortion driven, harmonic and uplifting sounds since their inception in 2015, Black Falcon finally release upon the world their first full-length album entitled, Turn Around and Face the Sun.

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Album Review: Gandalf’s Owl – Who’s The Dreamer? (Club Inferno Ent.)

Gandalf’s Owl is a trip into the essences of the unknown showing the talent of the well-known Heimdall singer, Gandolfo Ferro. Who’s the Dreamer will be out on January 4th 2019 via Club Inferno Ent.

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Album Review: Wolfhorde – Hounds of Perdition (Inverse Records)

Wolfhorde will release their second album titled ‘Hounds of Perdition’ on January 11th 2019 via Inverse Records. The album wakes you up into a nihilistic dystopia of the dying world. The world of Hounds of Perdition is roaming with strange creatures and few people in the snowy and gruesome fields of nothingness.

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Album Review: Archangel A.D. – Warband (Self Released)

Archangel A.D represent the new wave of thrash metal bands. Their second release Warband is a throwback to a heyday that hasn’t aged a bit, packed full of metal, thrashing mad. The album will be released on CD on Jan 11th 2019. The album is already out digitally via Bandcamp.

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Album Review: Feral – Flesh For Funerals Eternal (Transcending Obscurity Records)

Swedish death metal veterans Feral unleash their fiercest album to date in Flesh For Funerals Eternal. An album that sets new standards for the style entirely. The album will be released on December 30th 2018 via Transcending Obscurity Records.

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