Tag: Melodic Death Metal

Dec 20 2017

DEMONSTEALER: “The Last Reptilian Warrior” Artwork Unveiled

DEMONSTEALER, putting up a super lineup for their upcoming album titled ‘The Last Reptilian Warrior’, has unveiled the breathtaking artwork, created by none other than Reuben Bhattacharya aka Visual Amnesia (SLIPKNOT, TWELVE FOOT NINJA, DEMONIC RESURRECTION, etc.). Reuben had this to say about it: “The Last Reptilian Warrior was quite the journey. I really enjoyed …

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Dec 08 2017

HMT Interviews: Butcher Babies

Modern metal/metalcore band Butcher Babies have come a long way since their beginnings in 2009, most notable back then for the costume of choice onstage. Over the years though, the band has changed their image, wanting their fans to focus more on their music rather than their visual appeal. We talk about this and more with band founders, Carla and Heidi.

Apr 23 2017

Blast from the Past: Wintersun – Wintersun

Despite being 13 years old, Wintersun’s self-titled debut remains one of my personal favourite melodic death metal releases, bringing together a balance of speed, intensity, melody, and raw emotions in under 55 minutes. This is melodic death metal done right.

Sep 07 2014

Album Review: Godsire – Progenitus

Godsire [Singapore] Progenitus 2014 EP Independent Industrial/Melodic Death Metal Under their previous moniker, Messenic, I had the pleasure to listen to what this Singaporean death metal horde was brewing, featuring Clarence, who handles vocals for his melodic death metal band Assault, along with TY, the mastermind behind the band. Unfortunately Messenic bore no actual fruit, with the band …

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Jun 07 2014

Album Review: Creinium – Project Utopia

Creinium [Finland] Project Utopia 2014 EP Inverse Records Technical Melodic Death Metal Having already been pampered by so many other impressive death metal artworks this year so far, Finnish technical death metal band Creinium‘s Project Utopia‘s cover looked rather… Amateurish. But as they always say, do not judge a book by its cover, and indeed, looking …

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