‘The Age Of Aquarius’ by Gloomy Grim – A Comment

151-1Out last June 6th 2016 was Gloomy Grim‘s ‘The Age Of Aquarius‘ album via Satanath Records and MurdHer Records.

Essentially a symphonic black metal album, Gloomy Grim uses also thrash metal and death metal to spice up the album which is well produced and interesting to listen.

Gloomy Grim started in 1995 in Finland as a one-man project and developed into being a band that led to five full-length releases and a period of silence before they came back with ‘The Age Of Aquarius‘.

Using the theme of horror expect to be transported from song to song into a whirlwind of fantasy and agony. You can find Gloomy Grim on bandcamp.

 

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‘The Well Of Stars’ by Onirism – A Comment

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Out July 15th 2016 was Onirism‘s ‘The Well Of The Stars‘ EP, a symphonic black metal album from the one French man project of Antoine Guibert.

Really well produced and really well written, we’re plunged into an enchanted world of fantasy where aggressiveness once in a while pops out and moves us in an epic exchange of mindset.

A Final Fantasy-esque voyage where we long for exploration and encounters with enchantment and wilderness.

Be transported by the following Bandcamp streaming widget and buy, as Antoine is a man of great talent.

 

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Blood & Shadow by Winterhymn – A Comment

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Ahoy Northern folks, here’s Winterhymn with Blood & Shadow album which came out this Friday June 17th 2016.

Being a group of six musicians, they offer us their 2nd full-length album after a fruitfull Songs For The Slain in 2011.

Sure to please metal fans with folk metal tunes, the majority of the album is melodic and with a Celtic/man middle-earthish tonality. For those who like symphonic metal, they’ll find interest into Blood & Shadow. Even though Winterhymn might sound like they are scandinavian folks, they are in fact from Ohio.

Talented young folks with lots of potential for the future to come. Metal on!

 

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