Nightmare Records

  • Myrath – Legacy Review

    As a fan of multi-cultural bands, in particular within the metal world, anything that is even remotely ethnic sounding is going to get a good word from me....
    February 24, 2016
  • Project Arcadia – A Time of Changes Review

    Overall, I think A Time of Changes is a solid album, and I certainly will be looking looking forward to future releases from Project Arcadia. I think they have...
    September 13, 2014
  • Anubis Gate – Horizons Review

    Danish progressive metal band Anubis Gate has certainly been on an impressive run of albums lately, despite undergoing some major lineup changes. Following the two absolute masterpieces that were...
    April 19, 2014
  • Siren’s Cry – Scattered Horizons Review

    So the album is astonishing. Despite of Symphony X influences I like it more than the last works of Symphony X themselves because Siren’s Cry is more interesting, fresh...
    September 1, 2013
  • Aeon Zen – Enigma Review

    All in all, regardless of how stale or vital more straight-ahead progressive metal has been in your mind since the 90’s, AEON ZEN has contributed yet another wonderful album...
    May 30, 2013
  • Divided Multitude – Feed on Your Misery Review

    Divided Multitude tried to step out of the mold: on their 4th studio album ‘Feed Your Misery’ they combine the rather complex style of progressive metal with some very...
    April 11, 2013
  • Tellus Requiem – Invictus (The 11th Hour) Review

    For the most part the second half of the album doesn't bring as many fresh ideas as the first half, and is mostly very mellow, with just the occasional...
    January 27, 2013
  • Teramaze – Anhedonia Review

    with ANHEDONIA they have a stellar album that should find it's way into plenty of best-of lists come year's end providing enough people hear about it....
    May 29, 2012
  • Myrath – Tales of the Sands Review

    The whole CD is a highlight, but songs like “Under siege”, “Wide shut” and “Beyond the stars” are making this band stand above almost any Progmetalband. Better than the...
    December 14, 2011
Lamb Of God With Support From Kreator And Municipal Waste, Manchester Academy 7th March 2023
REDEMPTION - Remember the Dawn (2023) // Official Music Video // AFM Records
MGM Archives
  • Last in Line – Jericho Review

    The final product proves that seasoned musicians can and will establish their chemistry and create something truly their own and with "Jericho" you bare witness to this in plain...
    March 31, 2023
  • Tribulation – Hamartia EP Review

    Tribulation started as an old-school death metal mob, but they have developed their sound into a melodic goth/death metal hybrid which sounds pretty cool. According to guitarist Adam Zaars...
    March 30, 2023
  • Paul Gilbert – The Dio Album Review

    Out of a handful of folks in the Rock realm that could pull this off, I think Gilbert is on that list unquestionably, not being a stranger to instrumental...
    March 30, 2023
  • Omnicidal – The Omnicidalist Review

    Omnicidal was formed out of the remnants of a couple of Swedish bands that decided to split. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to get something going singer/guitarist Svedland...
    March 30, 2023
  • Tyler Bryant And The Shakedown – Dirty Work EP Review

    The guitar is a wonderfully versatile instrument, whether it moves air or electrons, in the right hands it can be a seriously potent weapon. Tyler Bryant isn’t doing anything...
    March 30, 2023
  • Words That Burn – Cut Throat Culture Review

    Words That Burn are an up-and-coming alt/metalcore act from Dundalk, Ireland, and are not to be confused with the crust/punk mob from Wisconsin. This is their third album –...
    March 24, 2023