German Nautical Doom rockers Ahab started out with an idea so long ago about putting into words a book that made an impact on the vocalist. Since then they evolved their sound and kept on bringing out albums either based of off Maritime novels or other paraphernalia. Why am I returning to an older song […]Read more "Metal Monday – Ahab – The Pacific"
I know I said in April my blog was a bit quiet, but damn dude, this May was even worse. Does it feel at times that I lost the ability to blog? Yeah some times… Is this due to work being super draining? I think it is. Are there other things that keep me from […]Read more "May 2022 Recap"
Short post today, Soulfly have released a teaser track from their up and coming album: Totem, what I have heard of it so far is that it is going to be good. Riffs galore as well as some of Max Cavallera’s signiture style vocals. Along on some of the tracks I figure we are going […]Read more "Metal Monday – Soulfly – Superstition"
Welcome to Metal Monday. Today I share a song I am very exited for, call it just noise, but if I am lucky I am getting to see this band live this coming Thursday. I have been listening to the 2020 album since it came out nearly eery day. I still do not have words […]Read more "Metal Monday – Ornassi Pazuzu – Kuulen ääniä maan alta"
It is no secret that I am a big Max Cavalera fan. Frontman of then Sepultura, then starting up Soulfly, Nailbomb, having both his sons Zyon and Igor in bands as well as Cavalera Conspiracy whith his brother, makes Max one of the true legends in current day Metal. And if that is not enough […]Read more "Metal Monday – Soulfly – Superstition"
Final Light is the collaborative project between James “Perturbator” Kent and Johannes Persson from Cult of Luna. Initiated by RoadBurn Festival, this one time project is everything you can expect from those two major artists. With things going open in The Netherlands again after what has been 2 hefty years of unknowing uncertainties, we have […]Read more "Metal Monday – Final Light – In the Void"
What a weird month this has been. While April started with people just realising that the lockdown regulations have all but been forgotten and spring was sort of just starting, but 1 April for me started with snow coming in from no where. I can sort of remember wanting to go to work in shorts […]Read more "April 2022 Recap"
Welkome to another metal Monday. Today I share another favourite song by Ukrainian based Drudkh. While I am not familiar with all the details of what this album signifies, I have read in some of the comments of the more better known songs that it correlates the Battle of Berestechko. That in itself also does […]Read more "Metal Monday – Drudkh – Glare of 1768"
Milou and I watched The Batman yesterday and there was a song near constantly playing throughout the movie. I was wondering if it was either Nirvana or the Peppers. But this morning I finally looked it up and was proud that I recognized a song I never heard before. Batman is worth a watch in […]Read more "Metal Monday – Nirvana – Something in the Way"
One of the best things for me to come from a historic disaster was the setting the P.C game Stalker was set in. S.T.A.L.K.E.R. is a first-person-shooter games series with RPG and action-adventure elements, developed by GSC Game World, Ukraine. Game events take place in the alternative world’s Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, Ukraine, present day. According […]Read more "Metal Monday – Fire Lake – Live to Forget"