Tag: Greece

Nov 20

Acrimonious – Eleven Dragons

Greek black metallers Acrimonious left us extremely impressed with their 2012 album, Sunyata. 5 years later, they return with their third full length, Eleven Dragons, with a much darker and grimmer direction. How would this fare, and would it be able to retain the attention of Watain fans?

May 13

George Kollias – Invictus

While known largely for his work with Nile, George Kollias shows off his versatility as a musician on his debut full length, Invictus. Apart from the relentless battery, Kollias handles all instruments and vocals on Invictus. But can he live up to expectations of his fans on his debut solo album?

Feb 15

Acherontas – Ma IoN (Formulas of Reptilian Unification)

Acherontas has always been some kind of mysterious entity to me, and despite their last offering Amenti already being close to 2 years old, it still offers a fresh perspective with each listen. As though Amenti weren’t a sufficiently epic release, Ma IoN (Formulas of Reptilian Unification) builds on the style that the band has come to be known for, resulting in what is perhaps their most engaging and intriguing release thus far in their career.

Aug 31

Album Review: Morbider/Abyssus – From the Abyss Raised the Morbid

Morbider/Abyssus [Czech Republic/Greece] From the Abyss Raised the Morbid 2014 Split Ablaze Productions Death Metal Yet another split featuring acts from countries other than Sweden playing death metal in the veins of old school Swedish style. Morbider, hailing from Czech Republic and Abyssus from Greece comes together on their brand new split, From the Abyss Raised the Morbid to present …

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Feb 05

Album Review: Kult of Taurus – Divination Labyrinths

Kult of Taurus [Greece] Divination Labyrinths 2013 Full Length Forever Plagued Records Black Metal Hellenic black metal squad Kult of Taurus has been practising their craft since 2007, but it isn’t until last year when the band finally dropped their debut full length album, Divination Labyrinths. With the excellent work of bands such as Ravencult or Burial Hordes, to …

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