Reviews

Back in October 2020, which seems like 5 years ago, an absolute mammoth record dropped that grabbed the attention of death metal fans young and old. That album was Lesions of a Different Kind from a young up and coming band called Undeath. These guy…

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The new album from Chilean death metal band Suppression is a fantastic slab of old-school death metal. As a genre, OSDM seems a little over-saturated at the moment, and it’s hard for bands to stand out, but Suppression show that they can stand…

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This is probably the easiest review I’ve written for Vox&Hops because this album is an instant classic. All that’s old is new again, and Austrian metallions Venator have just dropped a brilliant album straight out of the mid-80s. One…

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‘’Atma Conflux is a real prog album for real prog fans. From Opeth to Between The Buried And Me with a  touch of Fates Warning, this album brings you on a journey of discovery.’’ - Whispers From The Void  

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Way back in college when I was getting into metal with bands like Job for a Cowboy, Children of Bodom and Gojira, I remember stumbling across a split album from two German bands. Those two bands were Heaven Shall Burn and Caliban. While I went on to…

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"It’s really inspired by the second black metal wave of the 90’s with some vibes of modernity. This album was made in a Norwegian cave deep in the forest." - Whispers From The Void Podcast

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"The Wrath It Takes is hardcore at the roots but is also going in other directions that are outside the core. It’s a good moment of listening.’’ - Whispers From The Void Podcast Note: "The Wrath It Takes" drops April 25th.

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Since I wasn't overly familiar with Sum of R, I gave myself a bit of homework by diving into their earlier work before giving Lahbryce some serious attention. While any album could and should stand on its own, if I'm not acquainted with an artist, I…

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Over the past year or so, I have been discovering bands that sound like they have time travelled straight out of the 80s and 90s and I am all for it. Band’s like Midnight, Unto Others and Evil Invaders all put a fresh spin on a vintage sound t…

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No band has influenced me more than Dark Tranquillity did when I was getting into heavier music. They are a band I can never get tired of and certain tracks still give me goosebumps. So when I saw they were coming to Dallas on their first North Amer…

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