Scarlet Records

Kaledon - Altor: The King's Blacksmith (Scarlet Records)

More of the same from these Italian veterans...
Release Date: 
25 Apr 2013 - 11:30pm

Altor... was due originally to be reviewed by our very own power metal champion, Ferrum Templor; but as time dragged on, and the review deadline loomed, it became clear so

DGM - Momentum (Scarlet Records)

High quality prog metal from Italy
Release Date: 
26 Apr 2013 (All day)

Rather shamefully, this is my first contact with Italy’s DGM, despite Momentum being their eighth full-length release.

Heimdall - Aeneid (Scarlet Records)

A good band doing what they do well.
Release Date: 
26 Feb 2013 (All day)

Italian power metal. An industry in itself, you might say.

Kill Ritual - The Serpentine Ritual (Scarlet Records)

Kill Ritual's The Serpentine Ritual from Scarlet Records is a solid hard rock album.
Release Date: 
30 Oct 2012 (All day)

Kill Ritual's debut album The Serpentine Ritual on Scarlet Records is an old school heavy metal album that exibits a familiar feel.

Burning Point - The Ignitor (Scarlet Records)

Workaday power metal from Finland that could be so much more appealing...
Release Date: 
19 Jun 2012 (All day)


Def Con One - Warface (Scarlet Records)

A Vulgar display of metal...
Release Date: 
18 Jun 2012 - 11:30pm

A few weeks ago, MaF big cheese Scott Adams was waxing enthusiastically about new metal ‘supergroup’ Kill Devil Hill, a band who mixed

'I never get tired of Rammstein's Rosenrot' M-Pire of Evil's Tony Dolan shares some of his favourite Music with Metal as Fuck

The former Venom man has a new band, M-Pire of Evil, who we'll be getting to know a bit better over the next few weeks. But for now he takes us for a quick spin around his fave records...

We’re coming to your house tonight. What new music are you most excited to introduce us to? What are you making everyone listen to at the moment?

M-Pire of Evil - Hell to the Holy (Scarlet Records)

Totally obliterating, majestic heavy metal...
Release Date: 
25 Mar 2012 - 11:30pm

Forget the clumsy name – there’s nothing else clunky or half-formed about this band.

Primevil signs with Scarlet Records

Whilst Cronos sits at home sulking about the Royal Wedding invite that never materialised, Mantas is back doing what he does best!

Primevil, the new band formed by former Venom members Jeff "Mantas" Dunn (guitar), Tony "The Demolition Man" Dolan (bass, vocals)