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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Single Slam – Sveablotet by Månegarm (Fornaldarsagor)

Sveablotet is the first single to be released from Viking metal band Månegarm’s incoming new album. That album is called Fornaldarsagor and it is due for release on the 26th of April via Napalm Records.

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Single Slam – Ategnatos by Eluveitie (Ategnatos)

Swiss folk metallers, Eluveitie have released the first single from their new album. This is the title track, Ategnatos, from the album of the same name due April 5th via Nuclear Blast.

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Album Review – Norwegian Fairytales by TrollfesT (NoiseArt Records)

Norwegian folk metal band, TrollfesT have released their latest effort, called Norwegian Fairytales, on the 18th of January via NoiseArt Records.

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Album Review: Cadence Noir – Physical Copy (Self Released)

Cadence Noir’s debut full length album ‘Physical Copy’ has finally arrived! Released on December 22nd 2018, it features 10 tracks that span a journey through their folked-up take on blues, metal, Rock, country and traditional Celtic music.

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Album Review: Furor Gallico – Dusk Of The Ages (Scarlet Records)

Furor Gallico is an Italian folk death metal band formed in 2007 with the aim of blending metal riffs and vocals with traditional Celtic, Irish and Breton tunes. Dusk Of The Ages is their new, long waited album and will be released on January 18th 2019 via Scarlet Records.

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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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