Here’s a quick round-up the last few reviews that went online recently.
First up, Swedish crust turned post metal band Agrimonia will release their new album, Rites of Separation on April 30th, their first album with Southern Lord and the long overdue follow-up to 2010’s Host of the Winged. The review is online over on CVLT Nation now, click HERE to read.
Last week I published the review of Killswitch Engage’s new album, Disarm The Descent on this very blog too so in case you missed that, click HERE. Moving on, Scottish black metallers Cnoc An Tursa have been getting quite a few rave reviews for their first full-length The Giants of Auld… or have they? There’s a review on Metal Ireland now, right HERE.
Back home in Ireland, we have the debut album from Galway stoner doom three piece Weed Priest. This self-titled album is an hour of meandering, hypnotic smoky doom that’s certainly worth your time checking out. Read the review HERE.
Finally, if you missed it, Yoshiko Ohara of Bloody Panda released her debut solo album Ringing In Our Wrists last month and the review can be read HERE