Tag Archives: atmospheric

Ghostmourn – Voca Tenebris – Review

Author: Craig Matthews

Metal as a genre is one of the most diverse things there is. It can take you from a furious battlefield surrounded by gunfire, to a frozen Norwegian wasteland. Today we are heading over to the wasteland with one man Atmospheric Black Metal Project GHOSTMOURN. Starting in 2015 as AGNOISA the multi-talented Dorian has released full length albums and a number of demos. This EP “Vocans Tenebris” is the last before another full length album later in the year. I love atmospheric music, the bar is set very high and I’m excited to dive into Dorian’s gloomy world. Continue reading Ghostmourn – Voca Tenebris – Review

Aversion To Mankind – Aversion & Hopelessness – Review

Author: Craig Matthews

Misanthropy, the general hatred of human nature… a feeling I’m sure we are all familiar with. It’s also one of the main themes behind one man Atmospheric Black Metal Project AVERSION TO MANKIND. Founded in 2009 by multi-talented musician S. “Aversion & Hopelessness” is S.’s fifth EP. Continue reading Aversion To Mankind – Aversion & Hopelessness – Review

Third Island – Dusk- (Review)

Author: Craig Matthews

We have all had nightmares, now let me present the sound track to the one that wakes you up in a cold sweat.

Here we have THIRD ISLAND. This doomy three piece hails from Limerick, Ireland. Formed back in 2015 this three track EP is the trio’s first release titled Dusk, Continue reading Third Island – Dusk- (Review)

Forlet Sires – Journey Towards Ruin (Review)

Author: Craig Matthews

Doomy Atmospheric Black Metal; who doesn’t like to hear the sound track to the apocalypse?

Enter FORLET SIRES, a four piece formed in Switzerland in 2013. “Journey Towards Ruin” is their first album Continue reading Forlet Sires – Journey Towards Ruin (Review)

Wardruna – Runaljod – Ragnarok (Review)

Author : Laura Cosheril

WARDRUNA have been taking the world by storm as of late and will continue to with this release. Runaljod – Ragnarok is the conclusion of their trilogy of releases following “Runaljod – Yggdrasil” and “Runaljod – Gap var Ginnunga”. WARDRUNA draw on their native Norse history and energy and produce a sound that cannot be compared and is so unique that you cannot help but fall in love with them. Continue reading Wardruna – Runaljod – Ragnarok (Review)