Necrowretch

The Ones from Hell by Vlad We chose this moniker as the wretch can be seen as the hideous form of life of this world, our name and our music had to be as well. There is also a strong biblical interpretation about the wretch itself; therefore, our music is also led by spiritual messages.…

Green Carnation

Leaves of Yesteryear by Kjetil Nordhus A band name is something you just get used to. I don’t really think too much about our band name anymore. Since the band name was decided many, many years ago, it comes with a funny story, of course. Originally Green Carnation was a death metal band, I think…

Esoteric

A Pyrrhic Existence by Greg Chandler Esoteric formed in 1992 and started as a six-piece band with 3 guitars, bass, vocals and drums. We play predominantly slow, heavy, psychedelic, extreme metal. We have undergone some line-up changes over the 27 years but 2 of the original members have always remained. We have had keyboard players…

Sylvaine

Atoms Aligned, Coming Undone by Sylvaine Norwegian multi-instrumentalist Sylvaine’s music deals with the extreme range of emotions this human existence has to offer, as a result of being in constant conflict with oneself and struggling to adapt to this place we call our own. Being the sole member and creator behind the project, the music…

Thy Catafalque

Geometria by Tamás Kátai Thy Catafalque was born in 1998 in Makó, Hungary with János Juhász (guitar) and Tamás Kátai (keyboards, programs, vocals), playing black metal in the very beginning. They released their first album one year later and their fifth one, ‘Rengeteg’ was released by Season Of Mist in 2011. By that time the…

Foscor

Les irreals versions by Fiar Catalan atmospheric metal band Foscor has never shied away from exploring the lines between reality, poetry and the beyond. With ‘Les Irreals Versions’, the band seeks to intensify their music and give new meaning to it. Departing from their black metal roots of the first three records and building on…