Tag: Napalm Records

Korpiklaani – Voice Of Wilderness Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Okay, I’m just gonna tell you two things about this album. First, it’s from Finland. Second, there is a song called “Beer Beer.” Are you still here…? You read the

Enthroned – Xes Haereticum Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Enthroned is generally the kind of second tier, post Darkthrone, corpse paint wearing, production starved black metal I don’t care for, so when given this to review my eyes rolled

Fission – Crater Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Honestly, what would you expect a project formed by Vintersorg drummer Benny Hägglund (who also plays guitars and bass for this outfit) and aided by Vintersorg (vocals, FX-AKA Andreas Hedlund)

Draconian – Where Lovers Mourn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Tearful and melancholy Gothic Death/doom metal is the order of the day for Sweden’s Draconian, and while by no means original, fans of Theatre of Tragedy, Tristania, Sins of Thy

Falkenbach – Ok Nefna Tysvar Ty Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Slithering in like a Longship amid the fog to the ill fated isle of Lindisfarne, Falkenbach somehow escaped my Viking/folk metal radar, sneaking by 2 albums before I finally laid

Vintersorg – The Focusing Blur Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Being as huge an advocate for genre melding as I am, it’s rare that I find a musician with a very forward thinking mentality and enough talent to back up

Asmegin – Hin Vordende Sod & Sø Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence Folk Metal is a tricky genre; you either love it, hate it, or have no clue it exists. It is certainly one of the less explored sub-genres of Metal, and