All posts by Darryl Weppler

  • Trauma Field – Changing Tides

    Trauma Field is a group that manage to fuse the epic nature of power metal, the melodic aspects of traditional heavy metal, highly modern experimentation...

  • Face The Maybe – The Wanderer

    The Wanderer is the second album from Spanish prog metal act Face The Maybe. Taking a trick or two from various different modern and classic progressive...

  • Letters of the Lost – Walk With Us

    It was on September 24th 2014, almost 2 years since the day, that Letters of the Lost released their debut EP Merkio.  Since then, the Miami metalcore/hardcore chaos inciters...

  • Interview with KISS KISS KING KONG

    Kiss Kiss King Kong, a power trio from Bergen in Norway released their debut offering “Too High To Say Hello” last year. In an interview...

  • Shikaka – Ocean of Blood

    Being a fan of extreme heavy metal can certainly broaden your vocabulary. Self-described Swedish death metallers Shikaka define their sound as horror death metal. The...

  • Oak – Lighthouse

    It seems like Norwegians Oak embraced the cold climate they have up there on the north, and transcended that coldness through the music on Lighthouse,...

  • Abraham Sarache – The Gardener

    The Gardener is a debut album by Amsterdam-based musician Abraham Sarache which includes instruments like ukulele and Venezuelan cuatro that expand the alt/progressive rock sound...

  • SHIKAKA: Horror Symphony

    Swedish horror death metal purveyors Shikaka have recently released their debut EP titled “Ocean of Blood,” a simple yet brutal release that definitely hints that...

  • OAK: Intelligent, Catchy, Captivating Music

    Oslo-based art rock quartet Oak have just put out a brilliant album titled “Lighthouse” on CD and vinyl via Apollon Records, which has been praised...

  • VITRUVIUS: A Way Out

    Mexican prog / fusion metal trio Vitruvius released their sophomore studio album “Above the Silvered Sky” back in March this year. We talked with the...