Tag: Napalm Records

Feeding Frenzy: Heilung, Revocation, & more – 08||09||22

Feeding Frenzy Heilung Revocation

Feeding Frenzy: Heilung, Revocation, & more – 08||09||22 Welcome to Slow Dragon Music‘s review Feeding Frenzy, where we go snapping and snarling through notable recent and upcoming releases. ***we like to arrange our meals in alphabetical order***  Bloodbath – Survival Of The Sickest (album) “Old School Death Metal Will Never…

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Nytt Land – Ritual (album)

Nytt Land - Ritual

Nytt Land – Ritual (album) Release date: 06th August 2021||Genre: Dark folk||Label: Napalm Records From the first listen, I loved this. Following in the historical escapism of Wardruna, Heilung, Danheim, and the like, there is a certain mood to which it fits perfectly. On the second spin, something else was…

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Dragon Fire: Singles Special – Flotsam & Jetsam, and more

Dragon Fire: Singles Special

Dragon Fire:  Singles Special – Flotsam & Jetsam, and more – 15||04||21  There have been so many singles popping up, all over the place, that we’ve decided to dedicated the whole of this Dragon Fire to them. There’s some bigger ones and some smaller ones in here,but they’re all brilliant…

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Dragon Fire: Moonspell, Niklas Sundin, Cult Of Luna, & more

Moonspell Niklas Sundin

Dragon Fire: Moonspell, Niklas Sundin, Cult Of Luna and  more – 18||12||20  In the run-up to their 30th anniversary, Moonspell are in the depths of a new album. To celebrate, they recently released a video for Common Prayers. Their previous video, The Greater Good, was deemed a little too much…

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Dragon Fire: Necrophobic, Mörk Gryning, Six Feet Under, plus more

Necrophobic

Dragon Fire: Necrophobic, Mörk Gryning, Six Feet Under, plus more At the end of August, Necrophobic released an official video for the rather captivating track, The Infernal Depths Of Eternity. It follows the equally emotive Mirror Black as the second proper glimpse of their new album, Dawn Of The Damned,…

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