As the spring finally draws closer, we look forward to more and more live shows to attend for you (and us, of course). In the meantime, we are wrapping things up with records released in 2017, and this week we have two reviews for you, plus an interview.
Let's begin with a psychedelic progressive rock project hailing from Barcelona, as Onyric Joy will take you on a journey towards childhood memories in their debut album "Tales From The First Light". Secondly, our Bosj stumbled upon another project created by the mastermind of funeral doom metal act Slow: Markov Soroka apparently came in contact with the Slavic deity Tchornobog about a decade ago, and decided to work on this eponymous album released via I, Voidhanger Records.
As for the interview, Giup spoke to the extremely appreciated Hungarian post-metal project Perihelion, asking them several questions about their latest work "Örvény" and their future, hoping to see them around Europe soon.
See you again next week, enjoy the ride!