February brought both hope and despair for live music, but a steady stream of releases kept pouring. We bring you a review compilation containing some of the highlights that marked the second month of 2021.
Throughout eleven tracks we are given a glimpse to the past, the traditions and spirituality inherent in Norse culture, as we take a deep look into Wardruna’s new record, Kvitravn.
The year started with some pretty nifty debuts, sophomore records and all-around goodness. We bring you a review compilation containing some of the highlight releases that marked the first month of 2021.
During the month of May, the state of confinement was lifted in a few countries but shows were still off-limits for all. Nevertheless, releases came pouring down like the Spring rains and we bring you some of the highlights.
Review of Imperial Triumphant’s brand-new record, “Alphaville”, which was released on July 31st via Century Media Records.
In April, the state of confinement and emergency continued but releases continued to roll one after another. We present you a review compilation containing some of the highlight releases that marked the month.
Review of “Stygian Bough: Volume I”, a collaboration record between Bell Witch and Aerial Ruin, which will be released on June 26th via Profound Lore Records.
March was marked by the indefinite hiatus of live shows, but the train didn’t stop when it comes to new records. Here is a compilation of some of the releases that marked the month.
Review of João Pais Filipe’s brand-new record, “Sun Oddly Quiet”, which was released on April 24th via Lovers & Lollypops.
Review of Ulcerate’s upcoming record, “Stare Into Death And Be Still”, which will be released on April 24th via Debemur Morti Productions.