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.
We are always happy to present you playlists on our platform that befriended artists have put together for us. There will be many more of them in 2023! We start today with a very tasteful compilation by Pete Salatellis, guitarist for classic heavy metal band Zodiak, based in Montreal, Canada. Since Pete’s musical tastes are […]
Today we continue with our Best of 2022 series. This time, the focus is on our favourite songs. Two notes on this: There is no particular order here. In addition, we offer you a Tidal and a Spotify playlist this time. We continue to believe that Spotify’s market power is far too great and that […]
Release: 23/09/2022 One could write several paragraphs about the genesis of Sonja at this point. I’m sure any reader who hasn’t spent 2018 in a cave knows what happened around the black metal band Absu. In the following lines, however, I will limit myself to the music, which speaks for itself… On their debut Loud […]
Release: 23/09/2022 SpellBook‘s roots go back to 2007, when they were still playing under the name Witch Hazel. The fact that they have been using their current name since 2020 is a good thing, not least for the Epic Metal Blog, to avoid misunderstandings regarding a different band from England that is extremely popular here… […]
Release: 29/07/2022 If you have been reading our blog for the last two years, you will certainly have come across the name Oath. Nevertheless, a short explanation at this point: It is a one-man-project from Scotland, behind which Steven Waddell can be found. Stylistically, we’re dealing with classic heavy metal, more specifically a nod to […]
Release: 19/08/2022 As you know, Seven Sisters have a place of honour in the Epic Metal Blog Hall of Fame. If you are wondering why this is so, you should simply read our detailed discography check. Just last year I gave Shadow of a Fallen Star Pt. I full marks – and I would still […]