Tag Archives: Listenable Records

Metal Review: Kayser: Read Your Enemy (2014)

Kayser Read Your Enemy

Kayser is one of the more interesting thrash metal bands out there these days. For one, they hail from Sweden, better known for death metal and power metal, so it is a rarity to find a thrash band that is not half bad coming from Sweden. Also, they are nearly 10 years since their formation,

Metal Review: Acheron: Kult Des Hasses (2013)

Acheron Kult Des Hasses

Marking 25 years since their formation in 1989, death metal veterans Acheron are back with their latest effort “Kult Des Hasses.” After 2010’s breakup, I was surprised to see the band back at things. They have had a shaky line-up throughout their existence to say the least. On “Kult Des Hasses,” vocalist/bassist Vincent Crowley has

Metal Review: Panzerchrist | The 7th Offensive (2013)

Danish death metal band Panzerchrist are releasing their seventh album, aptly entitled “The 7th Offensive” on July 15, 2013 on Listenable Records following their previous and highly- acclaimed 2011 release, “Regiment Ragnarok.” Per the bands own words, “THE WAR IS OVER, LET’S START A NEW ONE , DEATH FOREVER PANZER!” With these words, you would

Svart Crown | Profane (2013) Review

With an April 22, 2013 (Europe) and May 21, 2013 in North America, French extreme metal act Svart Crown will be back with “Profane,” a twisted riff-filled piece of work that is no lesser than their previous two releases. While they have not garnered the respect of other French acts as of late, those in

Svart Crown Streaming In Utero: A Place of Hatred and Threat

French black/death metal band Svart Crown is streaming In Utero: A Place of Hatred and Threat off of their upcoming release, “Profane,” which I a jamming to lately. The album will be released in North America on May 21, 2013 and on April 22, 2013 in Europe via Listenable Records. The album artwork was made

Metal Review – Izegrim – Code of Consequence (2011)

Izegrim is a band that I am sure is going to get pigeonholed as an Arch Enemy clone, and that is just not fair. While they have a blond, female lead singer and play a still of melodic death metal with vocals similar to Angela from Arch Enemy, the comparisons should stop there. Code of