Album Reviews

Sirenia – Arcane Astral Aeons Review

one thing that has always remained true is that Morten Veland has always been a master of his craft, and when it comes to knowing his genre in and out and being able to create some of the best songs possible, while being willing to push his sound further with each release.

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Black Dahlia – Fragments Review

It may not have been intentional, as the biggest similarity between the two bands is the voices of the frontwomen. Black Dahlia’s Samuela sounds very similar to Amy Lee of Evanescence, but apart from that, the songs themselves don’t really replicate any Evanescence material, however, like-sounding vocals over a similar style of music can cause some to lump the bands together.

Album Reviews

Envinya – Inner Silence Review

So once again, Massacre Records signed a band which I really like. The folks at Massacre Records have always been a very reliable metal label for my tastes (having brought some of my favourite bands to my ears) and Envinya doesn’t escape that trend of very good signings (along with Dante’s latest album, November Red, recently reviewed on this very site and which I strongly recommend to fans of progressive metal). I can definitely see myself buying this album when I see it in my record store (which I will do, if I see it).

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Gravity – Syndrome

Metalcore music can be quite repetitive and bland most of the time and is a genre that has really stagnated quickly, but these guys decided to take the sound in a new direction by adding a female operatic-style singer, like a voice you would usually associate with symphonic power metal or operatic gothic metal…