Welcome to the second part of Promoting Bands!
Hope you enjoyed the bands in Part 1.
Now it is time for some other bands, here they are:
1. Chiral – black metal
Formed in 2013 in Italy and already released an demo, an EP and an split.
Here you can read an review about the EP called Abisso and an interview with Chiral, while you can read an review about Chiral’s split with HaatE here.
2. Désenchantée – black metal
Désenchantée hails from India and was known as The End. Due to too many bands called The End, he changed its name to Désenchantée. Here you can read an review about White Lotus, the last album of The End.
3. Eye of Solitude – doom/death metal
From the UK, Eye of Solitude presents you some very dark music. Their latest release is called Dear Insanity, of which you can read an review here.
4. FromTheBottomWeRise – deathcore
Deathcore from Denmark. They just released their single Empty Apologies.
5. Lustre – ambient black metal
Lustre hails from Sweden and has already released a lot of music. Blossom will be the upcoming release.
6. Myrkur – black metal
Myrkur comes from Denmark and just released her self-titled debut.
7. Nasty Crue – hair metal
Hair metal from Poland, is that a good combination? Hellyeah! Their latest album is called Rock N Roll Nation and you can read an review about it here.
8. Striking Death – crossover/thrash metal
Coming from Belgium and released an demo and an live album, both in 2012. They broke up in 2013, but still worth to check out.
9. Urban War – groove metal
Urban War comes from Portugal and their latest release is called Reborn and is from 2012.
10. Vallendusk – atmospheric black metal
Vallendusk comes from a place you don’t expect, Indonesia. Their latest release is called Black Clouds Gathering and comes from 2013.
I’m Tim van Velthuysen and I started DutchMetalManiac back in 2014. I’m 27 years old and I live in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Of course, I like metal, but I can also appreciate other musical styles. However, metal is what I mostly listen to. I also like going to concerts, meeting with friends and watching movies (especially arthouse).