Tag: Denmark

Grumpynators – Wonderland

Grumpynators may have a tongue-in-cheek name, but on Wonderland they prove that they are capable musicians and songwriters, bringing familiar Volbeat and Social Distortion-esque tunes to old school rock ‘n’ roll lovers, with a double-bass included to add that unique touch to their sound.

Impalers – God from the Machine

With their 2014 EP Prepare for War being rather highly acclaimed and released under the excellent Evil EyE Records, one can be assured of the quality of the thrash metal of Impalers on their new effort.

Album Review: Sturmtiger – World at War 1914-1918

Sturmtiger [Denmark]
World at War 1914-1918
2014
Full Length
Black Plague Records
Black/Death Metal

I thought that the name Sturmtiger rang a bell, but it turned out that I was really thinking of another war metal outfit, Truppensturm. No matter, as a band with such a moniker, along with the …

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Album Review: Horned Almighty – World of Tombs

Horned Almighty [Denmark]
World of Tombs
2014
Full Length
Scarlet Records
Black Metal

With the past 2 albums being rather successful and garnering critical acclaim, one wonders what else Denmark’s Horned Almighty has in place for fans with their new album, World of Tombs. Unlike Contaminating the Divine and Necro Spirituals which were released a …

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Album Review: Ogdru Jahad – I

Ogdru Jahad [Denmark]
I
2013
Full Length
Iron Bonehead Productions
Black/Death Metal

While bestial black/death metal has become quite a trend of late, few have really captured my attention unlike bands such as Heresiarch and Weregoat, along with the classic Canadian originators. Little did I expect Ogdru Jahad to once again  rouse my …

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