Category: Reviews

BftG reviewed in Rock Hard (IT) – 9/10!

Back from the Grave is reviewed in the September issue of Italy’s premier hard rock and heavy metal magazine, Rock Hard. “A thunderous and explosive mix of classic heavy metal, with epic and majestic features plus radio digressions that bring to mind the typical atmospheres of chart rock so much in vogue in the Eighties”. (9/10)

Metal Addicts review

“First and title track hits the lights with an amazing and powerful tune showing that Carnal Agony are a band that besides respecting the masters know how to break the chains and be very heavy.” A new review is posted, this time from Metal Addicts!

10 out of 10!

“The instrumentation, lyricism, and composition of the album is something incredible, something which invokes inspiration as much as it does headbanging…” Read the full review and listen over at Metal Temple!

Review from Head-Banger Reviews

“Irresistible melody, an energy that’s constantly overflowing from every note, a clear passion for the craft that’s diligently created piece by piece, the talent that is all but undeniable, a persistent tone that’s infectious right from the beginning; the list goes on!” Read the full review over at Head-Banger Reviews!

New review from Musicalypse

A new review for “Back from the Grave” is up from Musicalypse. Check it out!

Review from Kaaoszine

Back from the Grave is reviewed in Kaaoszine! “‘Back from the Grave’ boldly combines melody, a metal sound and the catchiness of pop music.” “At its best, the disc sounds devilishly good with its songs and catchy melodies.”

Review from Rockfarbror

A new review for “Back from the Grave” is up at Rockfarbror! In Swedish, but as always the internet translator services is your friend.

Review from Rocknytt

First review of BFTG, by Swedish magazine Rocknytt, is up! “If you like your melodic metal spiced up with a touch of pop, and at the same time are a horror movie enthusiast, you should take a dance with “Back From The Grave” in the hot summer night.” (Translated from Swedish.) Would you agree?

Review from Monarch Magazine

Even though over a year has passed since the release of Preludes & Nocturnes new reviews pop up once in a while. Here is a good one from Polish Monarch Magazine.

Review from Metal Revolution

A new review from Metal Revolution is up – 88/100!