MET SPOED GEZOCHT: WEBMASTER

 Posted by on March 5, 2017 at 22:43  No Responses »
Mar 052017
 

tmr_webmaster_12b[In Dutch] Wij zijn dringend op zoek naar een uit Nederland afkomstige webmaster / siteadmin met programmeerkennis, zodat we ook snel onze nieuwe website kunnen lanceren (de layout is al klaar).

Ben je zelf geïnteresseerd of weet je iemand die mogelijk geinteresseerd zou kunnen zijn neem dan zsm contact met ons op. Heb je vragen mail ons gerust: We zouden het erg waarderen als je dit bericht deelt via je social media kanalen, alvast bedankt voor je hulp !

 

D.O.G. (Disciples of God) – “Unleashed”

 Posted by on February 22, 2018 at 22:16  No Responses »
Feb 222018
 

D.O.G.’s “Unleashed” is a caffeine kick. Slumped over my keyboard, I picked “No One Rides for Free” and instantly perked up. The production on the first track is crisp and punchy, and the message is clear: “Repent while you still got the time – Christ can save your life.” D.O.G make no bones about salvation; it cost sacrifice and you too will be called to take tough decisions. Remember the rich young man (Mark 10:17-31)?

I admire Terry Russell’s ability to both sing and play the drums – I can’t even begin to think how one is able to drum a different rhythm with each appendage, as well as sing all at the same time.

If I drove a convertible, I’d put the top down and crank “Seeking Your Face”. The guitars are meaty, and the bass booming. There’s plenty guitar solo action here too. When you listen to the album, I think you’ll agree that it sounds fat. To my ears, it’s like the drums are tight yet spread wide across the stereo spectrum (listen to “Pay the Piper” and you’ll know what I mean). Listen out for the catchy sing along chorus in this song: “Time to pay the piper / Time to pay the price / Time to slay the viper / Time to pay the piper”, which I bet is going to stick in your mind. Continue reading »

Feb 212018
 

Perpetual Paranoia is a new band, a collaboration between Dale Thompson (BrideThe World Will Burn), Tiago James de Souza (Hand of Fire) – The band will release their debut album through Rottweiler Records. Check out the official teaser below.

The name Perpetual Paranoia lends itself to the thought of ongoing fear. It has an implication of something never-ending, yet something to be cautious of, maybe even to avoid. Perhaps, it is something to run from. However, the name Perpetual Paranoia belongs to a musical entity that is the brainchild of two very distinct and unique talents in the metal world. Most definitely not something to run from, but something to take heed of! Continue reading »

Feb 212018
 

My Epic have released a companion video to their recent single ‘Of Wilderness.’ This short film is a commentary and behind the scenes look at the making of and concept behind the band’s upcoming EP “Ultraviolet.”

“Ultraviolet” will be released on March 30 via Facedown Records, you can listen to the brand new song ‘Of Wilderness’ now, check out the lyric video below.

My Epic’s latest project is actually two projects, a diptych of EPs conceptualized to address a common theme from two different points of view. Dealing with things which are beyond what we can see and know, and things that we do see but can’t fit into our paradigm. Continue reading »

Feb 202018
 

Rockshots Records and Nightland are pleased to announce the release of the new single ‘Astralize’. The lyric video can be streamed below.

After the re-release of their first full length album called “Obsession” in a DIGIPACK Version and the following Fleshgod Apocalypse and Carach Angren  European TOUR in JANUARY 2017 the symphonic death metal band Nightland returns with the extreme, epic and orchestral aggression of ‘Astralize’!

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Feb 202018
 

Nordic Mission are proud to announce the distribution of this fantastic re-release! Norway’s metal scene in the early 90’s: During a time when other fellow countrymen and extreme metal fans were occupied with burning down churches and other criminal activities, even including murders, a small group of people with a totally different view of life’s destiny and purpose stood up. Even inspired by the musial aspect of their «brothers», the so-called black metal movement, these guys were ahead of their time. Hated by the scene and misunderstood by the church, Antestor rehearsed in the underground surrounded by traditional Norwegian landscape to create a unique and atmospheric sound. Call it black metal if you like. Or «sorrow metal» which is perhaps a better description to the musical as well as the lyrical feeling on “Kongsblod”. Recorded in 1997, and distributed as a promo to metal labels around the world which led to a “record deal” with a certain black metal label, that ended up changing lots of vital elements from the original package as it was intended by the group themselves.

But here it is 20 years after; Continue reading »