Ols, one-woman act from Poland,delivering her debut EP, which definitely exposes nature all over the place. Featuring also covers of Agalloch and Katatonia.
Solitude, darkness and wilderness. Three topics that have been perfectly covered by Ulg. One-man atmospheric band from Oregon.
The Hungarian one-man show, Silent Island, returns with an-almost-new EP, Re-quator. Which is perfect for a soothing and relaxing evening!
The Crimean (Greek) band, Heather Westland, delivering a mediaeval / baroque sounding EP done in the metal way.
Spain post/prog-rock duo, Antier and their debut album ‘De la Quimera, El Dolor’ reviewed today.
I don’t know if this happens to you sometimes as well. But in the latest bunch of days I was feeling pretty bad. But something happened today…
Junii, two-piece post/alternative rock band from Australia, delivering his second work Chameleon. And it amazingly reminds me of … early Porcupine Tree!
Interview with A Cunning Man’s mastermind, Ged Cartwright, about his new project as well as some behind the scenes of his debut album.
Bròn’s latest album. Atmospheric, ambient black metal for fans of Lustre, Elderwind and Coldword.
The great leftover of my 2016’s musical year has been Lone Wanderer, without any doubt. Their latest album The Majesty of Loss did struck me … Pretty hard!
Alda’s Tearing of the Weave inspired our reader Jeff to write this brilliant, brief poem … dedicated to The Somber Lane.
Review of the beautiful darkfolk/neoclassical trio from Nova Scotia, Canada. Ulvesang’s debut definitely is one hell of a deep and atmospheric album.