Norwegian metal

Mysticum- Planet Satan (Peaceville)

Was it worth the wait?
Release Date: 
27 Oct 2014 (All day)

There have been certain albums in the rock and metal worlds that have managed to achieve a somewhat mythical status due to the exorbitant amount of time taken to make them; Chinese Democracy

Spirits of The Dead - Rumours of a Presence (The End Records)

The Norwegian quartet return with their third album.
Release Date: 
9 Dec 2013 (All day)

Spirits of the Dead's latest album Rumours of a Presence is an autonomous statement of modern psychedelia, with meticulous production and thought crafting every

Okular - Sexforce (Own Label)

Not for tantric hippies...
Release Date: 
4 Mar 2013 - 12:30am

This is not a soundtrack for sexy-yoga Sting fans - rather you should probably get yourself a tank of oxygen and set aside a good few hours if you wish to penetrate this piece of N

The Fallen Divine – The Binding Cycle (Indie Recordings)

Norway’s finest unlabelled metal.
Release Date: 
18 May 2012 - 12:30pm

This came completely out of the blue. The Fallen Divine recorded an EP (which no one noticed) and an album called the Binding Cycle.

Lakei – Konspirasjoner (Indie Recordings)

Another Norwegian band honouring artistic Norvegian tradition.
Release Date: 
20 Apr 2012 - 12:30pm

Norway, known in the metal world for its black metal scene, has, little by little, distanced itself from that tragic underground scene of the 1990’s to become a worldwide potency in metal mus

Sarke - Oldarhian (Indie Recordings)

Trailblazing at full bore. Sarke has created a new world of musical madness.
Release Date: 
15 Apr 2011 - 12:30pm



Mister Misanthropy - Galder of Dimmu Borgir

There's been upheaval in Dimmu Borgir and Metal as Fuck is on the case, investigating the new album, ramped-up sound and what fans can come to expect with only a three-piece line-up.

Black Metal (BM), it seems has almost run its course as the tabloid news' whipping boy du jour; a cult-like, evil and all-destroying force that terrorizes normal "folk" is too hard to resi

Immortal - All Shall Fall (Nuclear Blast/Riot)

One can hardly accuse the raw satanic power of Immortal for being the sole cause of stagnation in black metal, but in All Shall Fall, their nervous dip of the toe into the icy waters of progression sounds admirable, but dated.

Taking seven years off from a passion either renews it with verve or kills it completely.