Tag Archives: Cruz Del Sur Music

Metal Review: Magister Templi – Into Duat (2015)

Magister Templi - Into Duat

Norway’s Magister Templi is back with their sophomore full-length release, Into Duat, and follow-up to 2013’s Lucifer Leviathan Logos, of which I was a huge fan. From a band that came from folk rock beginnings, it is very interesting to see where the band has landed with the doom style focusing on mythology and occult

Metal Review: Apostle of Solitude: Of Woe and Wounds (2014)

Apostle of Solitude: Of Woe and Wounds

Indianapolis doom metal band Apostle of Solitude are back with their third release, “Of Woe and Wounds,” a depressive release of woe and despair that suits the band just perfectly. It marks the first album appearance of guitarist/vocalist Steve Janiak, also of Devil to Pay, who joined after the second record was released. With nearly

Metal Review: Battleroar: Blood of Legends (2014)

Battleroar Blood of Legends

Greek power metal outfit Battleroar is back after a six year drought with their fourth album, “Blood of Legends.” The guitar licks are sharp and Gerrit Mutz’s vocals are a nice addition to the band on his first effort. With 10 songs and 60 minutes of metal, “Blood of Legends” comes off as their best

Metal Review: Magister Templi | Lucifer Leviathan Logos (2013)

Norway doom/occult metal band Magister Templi is set to release their debut full-length release, “Lucifer Leviathan Logos,” through Cruz del Sur Music in May and all I can say is “Wow!” I honestly do not say that too often because bands do not give me a reason to say that all that often anymore, but

Metal Review: Sacred Steel – The Bloodshed Summoning (2013)

Germany’s Sacred Steel is back with their eighth studio album, and first in four years, The Bloodshed Summoning. Currently signed to Cruz Del Sur Music, Sacred Steel still has the distinction of being the first German band ever to sign with Metal Blade Records in April of 1997. With a February 16th, 2013 release date,