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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 dont seem to quite add up here. If you look at Belphegors 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, its been a while; youve 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 2014s 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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