The Post-Rock Is Doom(ed). Ordeal & Plight (Review)

Ordeal & Plight has first appeared in 2012 but seemed to failed in presenting their musical intentions in a very visible way. Specifically, it all begun from K desire to start a band and there joined another guitarist, H from Black Horizons; this project sounds like post-rock with black metal influences. Once R (the bassist) […]

Music 4 X-Mas; The Unconventional Mode Activated

I don’t know what’s the trick about this but many musical artists, at least the ones I know, consider to release their albums on Christmas Eve or even on Christmas Day. Is it weird or what? Well, I thought to throw on the tray some of this cool steaming materials. Be careful, not to be consider […]

When Music Has No Boundaries. Interview With Daniel Neagoe (Clouds, Eye Of Solitude)

Daniel Neagoe is a special character in this somehow dark landscape of music. He left Romania a while ago, but because of his projects he managed to overcome some boundaries of understanding through pure sincerity and a strong, powerful feeling. We are talking about underground music, but you’ll se bands such as Clouds, Eye of […]

When Metal Wears Prada. Interview with Jón Aldará (Hamferð)

Hamferð is a doom metal band based in Tórshavn. Hamferð [Ham:fer] is a Faroese term for the living images of sailors appearing before their loved ones. Formed in 2008, the creative ensemble, dressed in funeral black, has followed their own enigmatic and courageous trail. Having been on numerous tours with bands like Amorphis, Moonsorrow and Týr […]