This album is a must for Viking Metal fans! With the first song the CD reminds of Moonsorrow, or a cool blending of Finntroll and Nightwish, and also the quality is comparable with those bands. This CD by those five guys is great, differentiated, yet sometimes too much of drumming, and really kicks ass. It´s worth risking an ear. ... more/mehr
Stand Up And Fight
Turisas have reached a high status during their short life due to a dose of qualitative music, distinctive originality, professionalism and never-ending artistic ambition. After “Battle Metal” and “The Varangian Way”, the Finnish sextet sent in the third defender of their honor called “Stand Up and Fight” – and the title is no coincidence. ... more/mehr
Turmion Kätilöt's new album is like a punch in the face. Metal in the style of Rammstein with Finnish lyrics that are simply excellent. The main message of the lyrics is this: grab what you can!
Turmion Kätilöt are raw, dirty and mean. This band has no respect at all for the old rules and conventions. ... more/mehr
"Pirun nyrkki" is the third release of the Finnish band Turmion Kätilöt. Their debut "Hoitovirhe" sold pretty well in their homecountry, thanks to the song "Verta ja lihaa", which can be found in a longer remix version on this CD, too.
The Midwives of Perdition (so the translation of the bandname) play an interesting but not ... more/mehr
My first impression of this album of the Finnish band was a little bit cheesy. I thought that the guitar player seemed a little annoyed, because he had had too much time to rehearse and tune effects. I would compare it with “Sex and Religion” of Steve Vai and Devin Townsend. Those Twilightning guys are able to pull it off, and they ... more/mehr