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REVIEW: Bevar Sea – Invoke The Bizzare

an eerie silence spawned on that nippy September night, I stopped my bike and noticed there was something creepy and strange about the meteorological conditions, the streetlights were either flickering…

REVIEW: JUDAS PRIEST – Redeemer Of Souls

So the Gods have gone and done it again uh! And you are here to see what we think about it? Well its Judas Priest for crying out loud, that…

REVIEW: MIDHAVEN – SPELLBOUND

There is serenity orbiting which makes you feel sanctified and then Lunar Blessing opens its wings and blasts-off taking you on a celestial ride. As you begin to descend you…

REVIEW: STARK DENIAL – WAR

‘The Beginning’ opens with the sounds of a platoon marching, lend a ear closer and  cries, clanks and death is what you get. ‘Gates of War’ a dazzling phantasm; this…

REVIEW: DEATH ANGEL – The Dream Calls For Blood

Mix 100 teaspoons of sonic assaulting riffs and 10,000 tons of cataclysmic drumming, then combine it with some unadulterated aggression of lucid vocals and shake them all together and after…

REVIEW: RUDRA – RTA

So I read about the band whilst my thesis research – the Indian Metal scene. I heard a sample song and moved on, that my friend is a mistake you…

REVIEW: ENRAGED – It’s Your Fear That Feeds Their Power

I speculate it’s the fear of reviewing this album which shot my fever, cold and cough to the extent that it has taken me over four weeks to recover. Well…

REVIEW: BLOOD and IRON – Voices Of Eternity

BLOOD and IRON are renowned as one of India’s earlier metal bands to delve into the sub-genres of symphonic and later, pristine old school heavy metal. The shift of genres…

REVIEW: DJINN & MISKATONIC – Forever In The Realm

DJINN & MISKATONIC with this debut album have established their kismet; that their music and lyrics are written and created from the abyss of darkness where evil itself fears to…

REVIEW: SOLAR DEITY – Devil Worship

Solar Deity is perhaps the only established and happening Black Metal band across India. And yes, those words ought to be politically correct, given the band’s rise to prominence in…

REVIEW: PLAGUE THROAT – An Exordium To Contagion

Among the predominantly silent hills of the north-eastern part of India is a haven for musicians across many genres. The ‘Seven Sisters’ states are also known to be a breeding…

REVIEW: IMMOLATION – Kingdom Of Conspiracy

To describe Immolation in brief would be “straight-up”, “on-the-face”, and ”crunching”, to name a few. With a career spanning over the better part of two decades, nine full-length releases, and…