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Album Reviews

Underside – Welcome to the Underside album review

Underside – Welcome to the Underside album review

Kathmandu Nepal based band Underside has released their debut EP “Welcome to the Underside” on January 11 2014. The album consists of 7 tracks running for approximate 25 minutes. The album was one of the much-anticipated album of Underside and the release doesn’t disappoint. The album has its own unique taste; the band has incorporated [...]

January 28, 2014 Nepal Underground Album Reviews Comments

Album Review : Bidroha – Suffer till death

Album Review : Bidroha – Suffer till death

After much delay and postpone “Bidroha” the standard-bearer of Thrash Metal in Nepal finally released their much awaited full length album “Suffer Till Death” at the end of Novermber 2013. The album consists of 8 tracks and has the total runtime of around 32 minutes. We are going to do a quick review of Bidroha’s [...]

January 13, 2014 Nepal Underground Album Reviews Comments

Album Review : Rage Hybrid – This Sickness Never Fades

Album Review : Rage Hybrid – This Sickness Never Fades

“Silence is all I’ve got Misery holds beneath Noises inside my head Sanity is killing me Empty eyes of a mad man Staring at me through the mirror The sight of sickening grin slowly fades away And as scream turns to silence The mirror no longer reflects The dagger kisses the crimson floor And I [...]

October 3, 2013 Nepal Underground Album Reviews Comments

Album Review : Mine – Mine EP (UK)

Album Review : Mine – Mine EP (UK)

Mine is a UK based Alternative metal band, formed in 2012 by the member of Hang The Bastard vocalist Chris Barling and former Centurions Ghost vocalist Mark Scurr. The self-titled 15 minute EP “Mine” was released in October 2012 and contains four track via Holy Roar Records. As a whole the album is mixture of [...]

December 9, 2012 Nepal Underground Album Reviews Comments

Album Review:The Sickness That Never Sleeps [Jugaa splits Sangharsha]

Album Review:The Sickness That Never Sleeps [Jugaa splits Sangharsha]

I had been excited to have my ears on this release since the time Vishal Rai (guitarist, Jugaa) announced his band is working on a split with New York based Nepali hardcore group Sangharsha. Well, I had been a fan of both these bands – Jugaa for their uncoventional hardcore sound, rawness, superheavy riffs, sick [...]

October 2, 2011 Nepal Underground Album Reviews Comments