Archives by: Ilona Adhlactha

Ilona Adhlactha

0 comments

About the author

Ilona Adhlactha
I am into metal music from the school times, started from traditional genres, and now exploring the experimental scene. I'm also interested in modern architecture and contemporary art.

Ilona Adhlactha Posts

Review: Adder’s Fork “The Fatalist”

Reviews
At the end of last year Austrian gothic/heavy metal one-man project of Marko Köfler Adder’s Fork independently has released their latest EP “The Fatalist”. This is a smooth ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Adder’s Fork “The Fatalist”

Review: Dusk “The Hermit”

Reviews
The industrial metal formation Dusk, hailing from Costa-Rica has started this year with a new dark and noisy journey, presenting their second full-length album “The Hermit”, without signing ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Dusk “The Hermit”

Review: Speedkiller “Midnight Vampire” [Edged Circle]

Reviews
In the end of January the music label Edge Circle Productions will release the first EP “Midnight Vampire” from the young Brazilian band Speedkiller, offering almost half an ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Speedkiller “Midnight Vampire” [Edged Circle]

Review: AUÐN “Vökudraumsins fangi” [Season of Mist]

Reviews
From the cold and authentic Nordic island of Iceland the atmospheric black metal tough guys Auđn present their third full-length album “Vökudraumsins Fangi” (which translates as “Prisoner of ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: AUÐN “Vökudraumsins fangi” [Season of Mist]

Review: Puteraeon “The Cthulhian Pulse: Call From The Dead City” [Emanzipation Productions]

Reviews
By the end of November the Swedish death metal followers Puteraeon have released their fourth full-length album “The Cthulhian Pulse: Call from the Dead City” through the Danish ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Puteraeon “The Cthulhian Pulse: Call From The Dead City” [Emanzipation Productions]

Review: Luna in Sanguinem “Global Bloodbath”

Reviews
The young American band from Illinois Luna in Sanguinem last year has released their first EP “Global Bloodbath”, praising the mighty classical death metal with their straightforward music. ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Luna in Sanguinem “Global Bloodbath”

Review: Farer “Monad” [Aesthetic Death]

Reviews
The Dutch drone/noise/sludge metal band Farer, earlier known as Menhir, this year has released their debut album “Monad”, serious, apocalyptic and furious soundtrack to a total suffering. With ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Farer “Monad” [Aesthetic Death]

Review: Mörk Gryning “Hinsides Vrede” [Season of Mist]

Reviews
After 15 years of silence, the Swedish black metal formation Mörk Gryning has returned with a totally new record “Hinsides Vrede”, and that’s their first release in a ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Mörk Gryning “Hinsides Vrede” [Season of Mist]

Review: Garmarna “Förbundet” [Season of Mist]

Reviews
The label Season of Mist has always found joy in experimental releases, so this year they’ve decided to join forces with a Swedish folk rock legend Garmarna. And ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Garmarna “Förbundet” [Season of Mist]

Review: Loss Of Infection “Dark Dimension” [Sliptrick records]

Reviews
This year young deathcore formation from South Korea Loss of Infection with a support from Sliptrick records has decided to conquer the extreme scene, presenting dark and powerful ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Loss Of Infection “Dark Dimension” [Sliptrick records]

Review: Ilsa “Preyer” [Relapse Records]

Reviews
After two years of silence the American crust/doom legend Ilsa, based in Washington D.C., has returned with a new album “Preyer”, the second one in a collaboration with ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Ilsa “Preyer” [Relapse Records]

Review: Surma “The Light Within” [Metal Blade Records]

Reviews
Recently the cult label Metal Blade has decided to sign the contract with a new band Surma, the product of Heri Joensen from Týr and Viktorie Surmøvá (Bohemian ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Surma “The Light Within” [Metal Blade Records]

Review: Mongrel’s Cross “Arcana, Scrying and Revelation” [Hells Headbangers]

Reviews
The Australian extreme metal band Mongrel’s Cross this year through the label Hells Headbangers has released their third album “Arcana, Scrying and Revelation” after two years of silence. ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Mongrel’s Cross “Arcana, Scrying and Revelation” [Hells Headbangers]

Review: Toxaemia “Where Paths Divide” [Emanzipation Productions]

Reviews
The Swedish cult death metal band Toxaemia from the 1980s has returned this year with their first ever full-length album “Where Paths Divide” via the Danish label Emanzipation. ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Toxaemia “Where Paths Divide” [Emanzipation Productions]

Review: Perduratum “Exile’s Anthology”

Reviews
The young but powerful band from Mexico Perduratum has released their first record independently, EP “Exile’s Anthology”. They were formed in 2019, so this EP is a big ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Perduratum “Exile’s Anthology”

Review: Sorrow Enthroned “Thelemic Grimoires”

Reviews
The young black/death metal formation from Connecticut, USA, has released this year two full-length albums, and this month the second album “Thelemic Grimoires” saw the light without the ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Sorrow Enthroned “Thelemic Grimoires”

Review: Awaken “Out Of The Shadows” [Pure Steel Records]

Reviews
This year the music records Pure Steel has re-issued the double album “Out Of The Shadows” from American progressive metal band Awaken, which they released by themselves in ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Awaken “Out Of The Shadows” [Pure Steel Records]

Review: Soulburn “Noa’s D’ark” [Century Media Records]

Reviews
After four years of silence the long-awaited album “Noa’s D’ark” from Dutch legends Soulburn is released via Century Media, offering almost an hour of juicy and gloomy heaviness. ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Soulburn “Noa’s D’ark” [Century Media Records]

Review: Nahemia “AR-CAOSAJI” [Misanthropic Assault Productions]

Reviews
The Polish black metal band Nahemia, currently based in England, this year has released their first ever full-length album “Ar-Caosaji” through the independent music label Misanthropic Assault Productions, ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Nahemia “AR-CAOSAJI” [Misanthropic Assault Productions]

Review: Those Who Bring the Torture “Dark Chapters” [Iron, Blood and Death Corporation]

Reviews
“Dark Chapters” is the seventh full-length album from the Swedish metalheads Those Who Bring The Torture, and it was released this autumn via Iron, Blood and Death Corporation. ...
Read more Comments Off on Review: Those Who Bring the Torture “Dark Chapters” [Iron, Blood and Death Corporation]