Metal Storm logo
Latest news

07.06 Calligram - Drop New Single
In wake of the release of their oncoming album Position / Momentum, due out July 14th, UK's Calligram now stream the third preview track called "Ostranenie". Read more

Clandestine Cuts Vol. 13 Issue #5 - Awesome New Demos and EPs
by nikarg, Netzach, musclassia, RaduP, Starvynth, Abattoir | 04.06
Clandestine Cuts are the best demos and EPs from the metal underground. This issue features music from Unohdus, Gorgon’s Slave, Iron Buddha, BENT, Strapats, and Edelweiss.
Of Image and Images
by Ivor | 29.05
I was going to cover Lordi, Babymetal, and Sabaton concert only in photos and had zero plans for writing about it. However, the way subsequent events unfolded prompted me not only to put my thoughts into words in the following essay but also mainly to focus on the importance of image, and especially on the importance of an image to the image.
Incineration Festival 2023
by omne metallum | 24.05
As the Coronation passes, London returns to its usual state, that is, as the epicenter of metal.
Roadburn 2023
by RaduP, X-Ray Rod, NastyHero | 21.05
Hello, fellow Metalstormers! Now that the dust has settled from our minds, we can finally share our Roadburn experience with you! We hope that this testimony will inspire you to check out one of the finest music festivals Europe has to offer, or if you also attended, feel free to add your own experiences!
Desertfest London 2023
by musclassia, omne metallum | 17.05
The UK's premier doom/stoner metal fest rolled back into Camden for another edition, and our resident Londoners rocked up with it.
Staff pick

Pa Vesh En - Martyrs

For most bands, saying that the instruments kinda blend into each other would be an insult, but Pa Vesh En are the only band I know who are so meticulous about the production and their soundscapes, that they can make it sound like the album takes place in a vast temple and yet still make it feel densely claustrophobic. There's more orchestral elements and more of a soundtrack vibe this time around to make Martyrs the most evocative and detailed of Pa Vesh En's releases.

Picked by: RaduP
Thumbs up: X-Ray Rod, Netzach
Latest band additions

Latest gallery