Category: Devil’s Dozen

A Devil’s Dozen – Accept

With the recent release of Blind Rage, Accept finds itself three albums deep into a third act that sees the band enjoying creative and commercial success to rival its Eighties heyday, and putting on live

A Devil’s Dozen – Godflesh

Godflesh, goddamn… Where should one even begin when describing this group? They are one of the absolute legends of extreme music, whose works shall withstand the test of time and who will always be ranked

A Devil’s Dozen – Darkthrone

Darkthrone, to black metal metal fans, needs no introduction. For the rest of you, here’s the quick rundown: Formed in the late eighties, Darkthrone began as a death metal band releasing several demos and the

A Devil’s Dozen – Danzig

It’s a safe bet that hordes of metal fans were first introduced to Glenn Danzig’s golden pipes via Metallica, as early photos of the group always seemed to find at least one member sporting a

A Devil’s Dozen – Ronnie James Dio

In a minor shift of format, this Devil’s Dozen edition will focus not on the work of one band, but on the work of one man in several bands. That man? The man: Ronnie James

A Devil’s Dozen – Emperor

Metal fans often seem to have problems deciding what constitutes “true black metal.” Is it lo-fi production and satanic lyrics? Perhaps it’s tremolo guitar riffs and non-stop blast beats. Whatever the essential elements may be,

A Devil’s Dozen – Type O Negative

All bands (well, most) strive to carve a unique identity for themselves, hoping to notch an eternal scar in their little thread of history. Few succeed. Fewer still can boast that they carved their name

A Devil’s Dozen – Morbid Angel

Let’s get this out of the way: Morbid Angel shat the bed thoroughly with its last album, the title of which we shall not bother to mention. However, rather than reflect on how the mighty