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Greek Black Metal Act Corax B.M Debuts with Pagan Records

CORAX B.M, the latest spawn of the Greek black metal scene, will release its debut EP entitled Spread The Occult on 27 May 2022 via Pagan Records after signing to the label earlier this year. The band’s most notable music element is the combination of primal Scandinavian black melodies, with a punk aesthetic and their main influences are Behemoth, Mayhem, Rotting Christ, Necromantia and Darkthrone. CORAX B.M was established in 2021 as a solo project by the artist Corax (aka Kostas Katoikos) who collaborated with drummer Morker (Yiannis Chariskos) and vocalist Énnea (Marita Makaronidi) for her use of “whisper vocals”. […]

THY WORSHIPER return with Bajki o Staruchu

Originating from Poland, Dublin-based pagan black folk metal act THY WORSHIPER will release their fifth studio album Bajki o Staruchu (translates to “Fairytales About An Old Man” from Polish) via Pagan Records on 17 November 2021. Ahead of the album’s release, a music video to the track ‘Baba Jaga’ is available to watch at the locations below: Nine Circles (USA) Musick Magazine (PL) Friedhof Magazine (ESP) Rocking (GR) Coming six years after the release of Klechdy, Bajki o Staruchu is a concept with eight new tracks based on fairy tales that are held together by the main character of the […]

Mordhell streams new album, Graveyard Fuck, ahead of June 6 release

Returning after a long hiatus, Polish sadistic black metal act MORDHELL are streaming their third full-length album, Graveyard Fuck, ahead of its release on 6 June. Listen to the album via: MetalBite (US) Chaos Vault (PL) Friedhof (ES) Recorded with a refreshed line-up and a new vocalist, the album remains faithful to MORDHELL’s style. The music on Graveyard Fuck is archaic black metal without add-ons, fireworks, virtuosity and a beautiful sound. What dominates in this material is the stench of a graveyard, punk primitivism, dirt and an old-school atmosphere dating all the way back to the ’80s. With the addition […]