Tag: Nordvis

The Forest Whispers My Name – A Nordvis Produktion Spotlight

Of the many elements of a successful record label, perhaps one of the most difficult to achieve is a unified aesthetic. While it’s not a prerequisite for success – and certainly, the larger the label,

Panphage – Jord Review

One of the most glorious culinary inventions in the history of the modern world is incontrovertibly iced cream (or cream ice as it was known). Combining milk rich with fat proteins along with sugar and

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Panphage – Drengskapr Review

If you’re going to sit down and make a black metal album, it’s not a bad idea to take a few spins through catalogs of legends like Bathory and Darkthrone. It’s also a good idea

Stilla – Skuggflock Review

Skuggflock is the third album in four years from Sweden’s Stilla, and although its potential appeal is wide-ranging, it will be of particular interest to anyone already invested in the unique micro-niche carved out by

Murg – Varg & Björn Review

Murg is from Sweden. Murg shows a real dedication to black and white cover art. Based on just these facts, one can make a pretty good guess what Murg brings to the table. If you

Bhleg – Draumr Àst Review

On debut Draumr Àst, Sweden’s Bhleg isn’t out to redefine anything; they both understand and revel in this. Despite their country of origin, they take a decidedly Norwegian approach in their black metal, looking to the

Panopticon – Roads To The North Review

One of the main advantages an artist has after “breaking through” is the ability to push their personal projects into new directions at a much quicker rate while still keeping a centralized theme looming over

Sorgeldom – Inner Receivings Review

Brilliant music, although all around us, can sometimes be rather elusive. We, as music lovers spend a significant amount of time searching for those special albums, which are not merely enjoyed but also take strong