Category Archives: extreme metal

Cloak – “To Venomous Depths”

For me, Atlanta’s Cloak fit the progressive death metal tag. Now, I do realize that many people will suggest otherwise and honestly, I can understand that argument. But their debut album “To Venomous Depths” is packed with great riffs and … Continue reading

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Loch Vostok – “Strife”

I reviewed the last Loch Vostok album “From These Waters” back when I wrote for PowerofMetal.dk in 2015. It actually seems like a lot longer than that for some reason. I wasn’t as impressed with that album as I was … Continue reading

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Threat Signal – “Disconnect”

Another band that’s back in action after being quiet for a number of years is Ontario’s Threat Signal. To be fair, the band has weathered many challenges since they released their self titled third album in 2011. They faced everything … Continue reading

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Ne Obliviscaris – “Urn”

Ne Obliviscaris has gone through a lot since their last album “Citadel.” There have been many highs but also difficult times that must have challenged the band more than they imagined. This led to the dismiss of bassist Brendan Brown. … Continue reading

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Naeramarth – “The Innumerable Stars”

One man bands can be a double edged sword. On one hand, artists with a singular vision and the talent and drive to make that vision a reality can produce some stirring and powerful music. Within progressive music alone there … Continue reading

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Enslaved – “E”

Every album by Enslaved is highly anticipated by me. “E” was even more than usual however. The big lineup switch was a major cause of this. Keyboardist and clean vocalist Herbrand Larsen left the band toward the end of last … Continue reading

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