Hongrui

Author's details

Name: Toh Hong Rui
Date registered: August 2, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Opeth – Sorceress — December 4, 2016
  2. Blood Incantation – Starspawn — August 21, 2016
  3. Nucleus – Sentient — May 8, 2016
  4. ELECTRIC WIZARD: Follow Up to “Time to Die” Due for a Halloween 2016 Release — May 6, 2016
  5. Moonsorrow – Jumalten aika — April 28, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. Views from the Pit: Iron Maiden – The Final Frontier tour 2011 — 15 comments
  2. Interview with Demonic Resurrection — 3 comments
  3. Album Review: Arbogast – I — 3 comments
  4. Album Review: Age of Sinfonia – Capriccio: An End & A Beginning — 2 comments
  5. Interview with Chinese black metal label, Pest Productions — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Dec 04

Opeth – Sorceress

Sorceress is Opeth’s third full-length exploration of the progressive rock side of their songwriting. Unlike Heritage or Pale Communion, Sorceress instantly caught my attention and reeled me in with soothing, yet catchy hooks on the album. Opeth may have abandoned their death metal past, but with releases like Sorceress, this could certainly work towards the band’s advantage in capturing a larger musical audience.

Aug 21

Blood Incantation – Starspawn

Blood Incantation [USA]
Starspawn
2016
Full Length
Dark Descent Records
Death Metal

There hasn’t been many releases of late that have really caught my attention, particularly in the extreme metal realm. The last extreme album that I fully enjoyed was Moonsorrow‘s latest record, which was more of an atmospheric trip …

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May 08

Nucleus – Sentient

American death metal outfit Nucleus’ debut full length album Sentient draws influences from the works of Finnish classics such as Demilich and Adramelech. But do they make the mark or do they disappoint?

May 06

ELECTRIC WIZARD: Follow Up to “Time to Die” Due for a Halloween 2016 Release

Electric Wizard 2016

Spinefarm Records are aware that free and wild cult leaders, ELECTRIC WIZARD, are working on their ninth studio album, with delivery expected in time for a Halloween 2016 release. This is all the information available. The whereabouts of the band and the recording / mixing details are not currently known, but more news should …

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Apr 28

Moonsorrow – Jumalten aika

Moonsorrow returns after 5 years with their seventh full length album, Jumalten aika. The band’s brand of epic black/pagan metal proves that the long wait is well worth it, as they put out what is possibly their best work in their careers thus far.

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