Category Archives: melodic death metal

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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Cold Insight – “Further Nowhere”

Every once in a while I like to review something that stretches what is considered prog or not. Cold Insight fits neatly in the melodic death metal category and maybe isn’t quite prog. But for me “Further Nowhere” is an … Continue reading

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Words of Farewell – “A Quiet World”

I’ve heard a lot of buzz about this album so I was very excited to get a chance to review it. While I recognize that Words of Farewell are a solid band that sound great, “A Quiet World” is a … Continue reading

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In Flames – “Battles”

Let’s get a few things out of the way. No I don’t consider In Flames to be “prog.” I decided to review this album because I like the band. So if you are only into things labeled as “prog,” you … Continue reading

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Insomnium – “Winter’s Gate”

“Winter’s Gate” is one song, 40 minutes long exactly and a concept album about a group of Vikings that travel in the middle of winter to find a fabled island west of Ireland. It doesn’t get more prog than that. … Continue reading

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