Reviews

"Phototroph continues what the last two albums did. Moon Tooth are exploring all territories in their music." - Whispers From The Void Podcast  

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A few days ago, I saw a post in a Facebook group asking if anyone did music reviews. Upon answering, the guitarist Jake for the band Every Enemy Alive hit me up and asked if I would do one for their new EP that had dropped the previous week. After s…

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It has been a few months since I was able to get out to a show but last week I was fortunate to get out to two shows in one week. The one I am going to highlight in this review is the excellent tour package put together by Arizona’s Gatecreepe…

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‘’It’s full of metal influences, from death metal to metalcore. The Forest Of Torment got a lot of pizzazz!’’ - Whispers From The Void Podcast  

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On The Deathbed Sessions, Sepulchral Curse deliver a follow-up EP to their excellent 2020 full-length album, Only Ashes Remain. The band features two members of Finnish death-doomers Solothus and three members of blackened doom band Yawning Void. Co…

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Stalking the woods, master of your domain, striding along paths worn in the undergrowth by your ancestors, hunting the mighty beasts of the primordial forests. These are all things that I would be doing if the bald idiot human called Jimbo would let…

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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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