Metal Blade Records presents the second full length of the Death Metal band Endseeker. Formed in 2014 in Hamburg, Germany, the five-piece act debuted with the acclaimed “Flesh Hammer Prophecy” two years ago. Their major influence seems to be the classic Swedish death metal scene, even though various music elements can be easily identified in their compositions.
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Swedish band RAM and Metal Blade Records presents their new studio album entitled “The Throne Within”.
Tanith’s first album, In Another Time, is just that and transports you back to when music was about chilling out and have a good time.
In his latest review Travis Green discovers that Amon Amarth have unleashed their inner ‘Berserker’ with their latest album, due out on May 3rd via Metal Blade Records
On March 29th, Whitechapel will release their seventh full-length, ‘The Valley’, via Metal Blade Records.
On the 3rd of May, melodic death metal Vikings Amon Amarth will release Berserker, their 11th full-length album, via Metal Blade Records in North America, and Sony Music Internationally.
As the album worked its way on, I came to the realization that no, this sounds nothing at all like Tom of Evergrey. It’s 100% Tom of Redemption. Even Tom is stretching out his abilities in ways I didn’t know he could.
I was cautiously optimistic before hearing Long Night’s Journey Into Day, and thankfully it managed to exceed my best expectations and has become both my favorite album from Redemption, as well as my favorite album involving Tom S. Englund in quite some time.
the tweaks, though minor, made a significant difference for me. Instead of teetering somewhere between a melodic metal band meets 80’s Hard Rock (those elements are still prevalent) they’ve added a bit of an AOR feel to their songs
It’s been a while since I have heard a Death Metal band that was relatively new that I felt like writing about