Latest band additions
Arð - New Drummer Announced 09.07
Monastic Northumbrian doom project Arð has announced through its mastermind, Mark Deeks, that drummer Jeff Singer (ex-Paradise Lost, ex-My Dying Bride) will be replacing Callum Cox (Atavist). The latter has already laid down the tracks on the upcoming album of the band, for which details are expected to be announced soon, and he will play his last show with Arð on August 5th in Manchester. Jeff Singer will then play his first gigs with the band at Dutch Doom Days and at the Hammer Of Doom Festival. You can read the full statement here.
Clandestine Cuts Vol. 13 Issue #6 - Awesome New Demos and EPs
by nikarg, musclassia, Starvynth, X-Ray Rod, AndyMetalFreak | 09.07
Clandestine Cuts are the best demos and EPs from the metal underground. This issue features music from Leather Whip, Worship The Sacrifice, Mammon XV, Tristis, Avgrunder, and Kushthulhu.
Wait A Minute! This Isn't Metal! - May 2023
by RaduP, musclassia, nikarg | 09.06
We here at Metal Storm pride ourselves in the metal that we live and breathe, and most importantly, write about. But there's a whole world out there aside from Satan-worshiping black metal and dragon-slaying power metal. Here's what we checked out this month.
Clandestine Cuts Vol. 13 Issue #5 - Awesome New Demos and EPs
by nikarg, Netzach, musclassia, RaduP, Starvynth, Abattoir | 04.06
Clandestine Cuts are the best demos and EPs from the metal underground. This issue features music from Unohdus, Gorgon’s Slave, Iron Buddha, BENT, Strapats, and Edelweiss.
Of Image and Images
by Ivor | 29.05
I was going to cover Lordi, Babymetal, and Sabaton concert only in photos and had zero plans for writing about it. However, the way subsequent events unfolded prompted me not only to put my thoughts into words in the following essay but also mainly to focus on the importance of image, and especially on the importance of an image to the image.
Incineration Festival 2023
by omne metallum | 24.05
As the Coronation passes, London returns to its usual state, that is, as the epicenter of metal.