A chat with The Night Flight Orchestra is much like their albums – serious but fun. Recently HEAVY Magazine’s David Griffiths spoke to the band’s David Andersson and discovered that just like their fans that their new album Aeromantic II was the album that the band needed in order to escape the panademic funk that […] …Continue Reading

Despite the members of Avatar still being relatively young, the Gothenburg, Sweden based metal outfit has been plying their unique wares in the world of music for over twenty years now. What may be potentially even more surprising is the fact that Avatar have continuously evolved record-to-record in the same vein as some of the […] …Continue Reading

Dismember drummer/jack of all trades Fred Estby reflects on 30 years of genre-defining album, Like an Ever Flowing Stream.
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2020 was supposed to be a year of celebration for Swedish prog outfit WOLVER. It supposed to be the year the band dropped their debut album – Act 1: It Starts With A Bow – and then they would hit the European circuit to promote it. That’s not what happened though, instead they…Continue Reading

In the 30 years that Swedish symphonic metal outfit Therion have been in existence the band have always done whatever it takes to create perfect albums. But with their new album, Leviathan, it feels like the band have gone to a while new level. This takes perfection and raises it to a whole new…Continue Reading

Swedish black metal speed freaks Reaper return with a new track from their upcoming sophomore album The Atonality of Flesh.
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Swedish death metal veterans relive the oldest days in Grand Cadaver. Decibel joins the bloodbath with new track “Blood-filled Skies”. Only death (metal) is real!
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