Tag Archives: Black Metal

Metal Review: 1349: Massive Cauldron of Chaos (2014)

1349: Massive Cauldron of Chaos

Norwegian black metal horde 1349 is back with the sixth full-length release, “Massive Cauldron of Chaos,” a collection of 8 hyperspeed tracks like only 1349 can bring via Seasons of Mist Records. After so many teases by streaming track after track of this latest effort, we finally get our greedy little hands on this album.

Metal Review: Solstafir: Otta (2014)

Solstafir: Otta

Icelandic post black metal outfit Sólstafir is back with their fifth full-length release in “Ótta.” While their are still slight remnants of their olden black metal days nearly 20 years ago, the band has shed their black metal skin and are still making high quality music under a different light. This light is still dark

Darkthrone Transilvanian Hunger 20th Anniversary Edition

Darkthrone: Transilvanian Hunger

How is this news to make you feel old? Norwegian black metal veterans Darkthrone are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their classic release, “Transilvanian Hunger.” The album gets a special 2-CD 20th Anniversary Edition release on December 1, 2014 via Peaceville Records. Presented on deluxe mediabook format including liner notes, plus with a commentary disc

1349 Streaming Full Massive Cauldron of Chaos

1349: Massive Cauldron of Chaos

Norwegian black metal horde 1349 are streaming their new full-length album “Massive Cauldron of Chaos,” which comes out September 30, 2014. [iframe http://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/playlists/51995028%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-LnR2k&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true 600 450 Massive Cauldron of Chaos Tracklisting 1. Cauldron 2. Slaves 3. Exorcism 4. Postmortem 5. Mengele’s 6. Golem 7. Chained 8. Godslayer Please upgrade your browser

Metal Review: Myrkur: Myrkur (2014)

Myrkur: Myrkur

Relapse Records has their hands on Denmark’s one-woman black metal band Myrkur. Her debut EP release shares the same name and is a collection of seven brief tracks of sonic madness that will turn on many fans. Shrouded in secrecy, I wonder how long that will last since a major player has now released this

Krieg Releases Ruin Our Lives Video

Krieg: Transient

Krieg has released a video for Ruin Our Lives taken from their latest album “Transient,” now in stores. “Transient,” released September 2, 2014, is the seventh full-length recording from the long-running black metal band. The 56-minute album was recorded earlier this year at Machines With Magnets Studios in Providence and features guest appearance from Thurston

Metal Review: Velnias: Sovereign Nocturnal (2014)

Velnias: Sovereign Nocturnal

Eisenwald is kind enough to offer a re-release of Velnias’ debut black/doom/folk metal album, “Sovereign Nocturnal,” in a better form them it was originally released in. Containing only 3 tracks, but running over 40 minutes, “Sovereign Nocturnal” is an epic journey made by the band, and we now have a proper release of this album.

Metal Review: Fornicus: Storming Heaven (2014)

Fornicus: Storming Heaven

Kentucky’s black metal horde (doesn’t that just sound weird?) Fornicus is set to release their debut full-length effort, “Storming Heaven,” which is a 9 song tornado ready to tear heaven down. Fornicus’s modern approach to black metal goes to the extreme both lyrically and musically without even an apology to the listener. The album is

1349 Streaming New Song Exorcism Online

1349: Massive Cauldron of Chaos

Norwegian black metal horde 1349 are streaming another new track from their upcoming album, “Massive Cauldron of Chaos.” Check it out below. Please upgrade your browser Check out the other new tracks from the upcoming album, Cauldron and Slaves. “Massive Cauldron of Chaos” will be available in North America via Season of Mist on September

Metal Review: Belphegor: Conjuring the Dead (2014)

Belphegor: Conjuring the Dead

Austria’s Belphegor is back with their tenth full-length release, “Conjuring the Dead,” mixing their blasphemous style of death metal with black metal and anything that they can get their hands on. If you are looking for heavy, you know that Belphegor provides it and “Conjuring the Dead” is no different. Opening with Gasmask Terror, the