Rating: 7.5/10 Release: 18 January 2019 Label: Massacre Records 2019 may be known as a year with band reforming after long periods of inactivity….case in point the recent Pagan Reign album after 12 years and now the 3rd full length from Belgium’s Lemuria. Entitled “The Hysterical Hunt”, the album is …Continue reading →
By: Thijs The Little Devil in Tilburg seems to be the place to be nowadays. In a city with many venues, it’s notable how a small rock café usually brings the best evenings. In this case it’s a folk metal night, and not just any. Local heroes Druantia open for …Continue reading →
Lemuria, who hasn’t heard of them yet? After they’ve won the talent contest of Graspop in a spectacular way, they are steadily rising in popularity in home country Belgium. In the Netherlands, the group is steadily getting more and more fans. The group always provides strong live shows, and are …Continue reading →
A free festival? I never say no to that, especially when bands like Lemuria and Heidevolk are playing! Folk-metal.nl went to Dessel Swings to see how these bands would play. A special ‘Graspop-stage’ was established in the parish (oh, the irony!), Where different bands would play throughout the day. The …Continue reading →
I’m only a simple Dutchman, otherwise I’d written this interview in Flemish for sure. How should I express a lot of Flemish comfort in this story? Folk-metal.nl had a very nice conversation with the Flemish band Lemuria, in which we discussed besides the ‘wietpas’ (weedpass) a lot of serious topics.
Viatora Viatora had to get on stage as an opener of the festival, but there were only a handful of people. A pity, because they performed very well. Enthusiastic, fanatic, inspired they played their catchy folk-metaltunes. It sounded good. A pity there were only a few people, otherwise this could …Continue reading →