Review: SmoulderViolent Creed Of Vengeance

“I’m all about swords! How did you know?” From Guts to Groo, I’m a sucker for lonely fantasy sword-swingers. If you’re the kind of nerd who reads blogs like this, I bet you are too. 4 years ago, my heart was pillaged and sacked by Smoulder, when they released their majestic debut album, Times Of Obscene Evil And Wild Daring (You’ll never convince me that isn’t actually Griffith from Berserk adorning the cover). The day draws nigh that the Canadian five-piece will take to the battlefield again, and Smoulder come with more fire this time, switching tactics from their gripping … Continue reading Review: SmoulderViolent Creed Of Vengeance