Indian Metal

Polarization – Chasing the Light Review

Polarization – Chasing the Light Review

Instrumental music always works great as the soundtrack to doing productive work (such as sitting in front of the computer to scour the Facebook home page for drama queens of the day), and while mainstream society probably doesn’t think of instrumental metal music this way, perhaps they ought to give Los Angeles’ Polarization a chance.

Demonic Resurrection – The Return to Darkness Review

Demonic Resurrection – The Return to Darkness Review

As world metal takes the stage, something that is happening more and more frequently these days, we’re going to be seeing more of these bands coming from places where metal just hasn’t ever shown its face earlier. Demonic Resurrection, as those of you familiar with Sam Dunn’s documentary Global Metal already know, are a band from India who play symphonic black metal. The third record in a trilogy The Return to Darkness is being released (as I understand it) as the band’s first international release via Candlelight Records. That Sam Dunn is a rockstar creating machine, it turns out. Though, when it comes to Demonic Resurrection, their music speaks for itself and if you give that music a stage that myriads of metalheads have access to, it’s not hard to see how they managed to break beyond their borders.