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Artikler skrevet av Jon Skjeseth

Om Jon Skjeseth (511 Artikler)
Proghead from Oslo, who writes mostly about progressive rock/metal, though may write about other rock and metal sub-genres, as well as electronic music, underground hip hop/rap, contemporary music, different kinds of jazz, folk, or anything I find interesting.

Navian: A new Norwegian djent band.

19. juni 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

There has been a lack of Norwegian bands that has drawn inspiration from the djent movement that internationally has been going on for the last ten years, sadly enough, even though this section of metal has been somewhat popular among millennials. [...]

Yegor Zabelov: Post-human connections.

19. juni 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

The accordion player Yegor Zabelov released his first solo album in February, though I recently discovered it. As a lifelong Piazolla fan, the sound of the accordion just melts my heart, with its soothing vibrations and big multi-faceted sound. This [...]

Vulkan: Impressive third.

17. juni 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

The Swedish progressive rock/metal outfit Vulkan released their third album about a month ago, and damn, what a record it is. I am a bit surprised this record has gone under the radar, as the music video of the opener only received around 3,000 [...]

Street: 純粋な喜び

30. april 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

Sometimes I stumble across an artist or a band who ruthlessly combine a vast range of genres, almost creating a subgenre on its own. Browsing through music today I came across the creation of guitarist Kamiya Hiroto, called 海里 (Nautical Miles). [...]

Ulcerate: Death and Tragedy.

30. april 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

Even if I’m not very into technical death metal, I knew that the new LP from New Zealanders Ulcerate was a sought after release, as they’ve built up a reputation over the last ten years producing albums of high quality.  The band [...]

Oranssi Pazuzu: The Madness Continues.

30. april 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

Finnish avantgarde black metal band Oranssi Pazuzu recently dropped their new album, Mestarin Kynsi, marking a more accessible approach to their sound. The title, if it’s correct through Google Translate, means “Master’s [...]

Atrium: Music flowing through his veins.

29. april 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

It has barely been a month since Atrium released his previous EP, but DIY-guitarist Vince Ochoa shows he’s keeping up the creative mood he’s had since he began publishing music in 2015, with Cerulean being his twelth album so far. His [...]

Stonetoss: Not to be confused with the cartoon.

31. mars 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

In mid-March the young Trondheim band Stonetoss released their first album. They write on their Facebook page that they try to incorporate a lot of different hard rock and metal elements into their music, like Tool, Gojira, Metallica, and lastly [...]

Coldflesh: Everchanging colorful images.

31. mars 2020 // 0 Kommentarer

The Norwegian band Coldflesh recently dropped their first material with the 4-track EP Phantasmagoric Realms. Their music is a combination of thrash, black, and death metal, with a focus on the latter. Located in the Oslo region, the group has [...]
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