Saor – Guardians – Review

When the average person hears the term „black metal”, the words „relaxing”, „claiming” or „easy to listen to” are sure not to be the first ones immediately associated with that term. However, these words I’ve just mentioned are exactly the impressions this album left on me. This album is part of the atmospheric black metal… Citește în continuare Saor – Guardians – Review

A Review of „Nine Years” by Mountain Dust

Is it wrong not to look for innovation in every album we listen to? Is craving familiarity something to be ashamed of? In my opinion, none of that wrong, since predictability can offer a comforting sense of safety  that can make a piece of music just as enjoyable as a more experimental effort, and Mountain Dust’s Nine… Citește în continuare A Review of „Nine Years” by Mountain Dust

A few words about „Ode to the Author” by Toska

I have a rather bad habit of choosing what albums to listen to based on their album covers. I usually try to make assumptions about what said albums sound like based on stereotypical ideas in my mind gained after indulging in one particular side of music for a while. So, after taking a good look… Citește în continuare A few words about „Ode to the Author” by Toska

Quick thoughts on „Stars that Move” by Stars that Move

It’s no secret that most (if not all) stoner and doom metal/rock bands are largely inspired by the music of Black Sabbath, especially by the sound of Master of Reality. „Stars That Move” by the band with the same name is no different, as previous work of theirs suggests. However, this album has quite a lot personality. It manages to… Citește în continuare Quick thoughts on „Stars that Move” by Stars that Move

A short review of Senpai EP by Sithu Aye

„Senpai Ep” is an instrumental album released in October 2015 by British artist Sithu Aye. I came across this little gem while looking for something to listen to on Bandcamp. It’s cover stood out from all the other ones in the metal category, so I decided to give it a try just out of sheer curiosity.… Citește în continuare A short review of Senpai EP by Sithu Aye