From Albion to Attica

is LOVE alive? – Welcome Home

We’ve already mentioned the German doom metal band is LOVE alive? a few times on our blog – Ben, guitarist and songwriter of the outstanding Wheel, once talked enthusiastically about his compatriots in an interview with us. With Welcome Home… is LOVE alive? present their third full-length. It’s worth emphasising…

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Interview: Blood Python

Recently you could already read here that Blood Python’s second album Thunder City should definitely be on your Christmas wish list (digital only). Today we bring you an interview with the man who launched the Norwegian one-man project: Martin Horn Sørlie. André: Hei, Martin, hvordan går det med deg? Martin:…

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Epic Tunes Vol. 2

With our second playlist from the Epic Tunes series, we would like to sweeten your weekend a bit. We’re travelling to Germany, England, Sweden, Italy, Belgium and the USA. We hope you enjoy spending some time listening!

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Chapel of Disease – A Death Though No Loss

It’s no exaggeration to claim that Chapel of Disease have already achieved cult status in the underground. With their latest, genre-shattering longplayer …and as We Have Seen the Storm, We Have Embraced the Eye (2018) the Germans recorded one of the best metal albums of the 2010s – and quite…

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Epic Tunes Vol. 1

As already announced on our social media channels, we will be presenting regular playlists again from now on. These playlists will always contain around 10 songs or 60 minutes – a perfect length for the journey to and from work. We hope you enjoy our Epic Tunes Vol. 1.

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Blood Python – Thunder City

There are records where you know after just one listen that this is going to be a long-term love affair. This recently happened to me with Blood Python’s second album Thunder City. Behind Blood Python lurks Norwegian artist Martin Horn Sørlie, who, like Chris Black from High Spirits, is responsible…

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Receiver – Whispers of Lore

When a band from Cyprus releases an epic/heavy metal album, you can be sure that you’ll read something about it on the Epic Metal Blog. That’s why it’s curtains up for Receiver and their debut Whispers of Lore. One of the most striking features are the magnificent, powerful vocals of…

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Don’t Drop The Sword – Age of Heroes

As already announced in our exclusive album stream, a review of the new Don’t Drop The Sword record Age of Heroes now follows. It must be emphasised that the five guys from Erding are among the most exciting, talented and hard-working bands in the German underground. From personal experience, I…

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Interview: Somewhere in Nowhere

A month ago, we featured Somewhere in Nowhere with their great album Rise of the Lost Souls in our new “Have a listen” category. Today we’re focusing again on this German underground gem. We had a chat with drummer Daniel. Have fun reading! André: Thank you very much for taking…

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Legendry – Time Immortal Wept

Today we are once again focussing on a band that has been accompanying us since this blog was founded three years ago: Legendry from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Fortunately, there is new music from the guys around band leader Vidarr: Time Immortal Wept is already the fourth full-length from the outfit, which…

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Tower Hill – Deathstalker

We don’t need to introduce Tower Hill to attentive readers of this blog, since we have already spoken at length with the very likeable band leader R.F. Traynor in the recent past. So to keep things brief: the band hails from Edmonton, is fairly new, formed in 2020 and is…

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