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    Interview: Oya Paya | Xune Mag

    Putting their own unique spin on the indie-alt genre, Oya Paya recently dropped an unmissable new EP, alongside some equally awesome music videos. We spoke...

    Ensiferum – Two Paths

    If you have even the slightest interest in Viking Folk Metal, then you are sure to have heard of Ensiferum. Formed in 1995, the...

    Belphegor – Totenritual

    The numbers don’t seem to quite add up here. If you look at Belphegor’s latest studio album, Totenritual (Nuclear Blast), on paper it appears...

    Myrkur – Mareridt

    In three short years, Danish singer-songwriter Amelie Bruun has already achieved what many fail to do across a lengthy career, and that is to...

    Stray From The Path – Only Death Is Real

    Politics and music have always gone hand in hand and the current state of unrest in America is hard to ignore, no matter which...

    Akercocke – Renaissance in Extremis

    So, Akercocke, it’s been a while; you’ve been missed, welcome back. Trailblazers in their genre, and firm cult favourites Akercocke left a massive hole...

    REVIEW: Shepherds the Weak | Biformity (2017)

    BAND: Shepherds the Weak (Hong Kong)RELEASE: Biformity (2017)LABEL: Self-releasedREVIEWER: UniteAsia.orgFIND MORE INFO HERE:http://shepherdstheweak.com/Photo credits: Phey Palma This is a difficult one to review. When you have a personal relationship with each...

    Threshold – Legends Of The Shires

    The last couple of years have proven to be a mixed bag for UK prog-metal stalwarts Threshold. The release of 2014’s For The Journey...

    Various Artists – British Steel: The Rising Force Of British Heavy Metal

    In those glorious/hideous (delete as applicable) years before the inexorable rise of the internet, compilation albums used to be the staple of many record...

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