Category: Reviews

Overkill – Wrecking Everything Live Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Twenty years later and absolutely no end in sight Overkill step up to the plate once again. Bringing with them a live album and a new record company (Spitfire Records)

Sentenced – The Cold White Light Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman I think it’s just amazing how when you hear a band for the very first time and you form an opinion of that band, then you go read various bios

Blind Guardian – A Night at the Opera Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman With the tremendous amount of success Blind Guardian has endured through Europe and Japan it seems as if they have set their sights on the American market this time round.

Cannibal Corpse – Gore Obsessed Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. I guess it is possible for humans to live on no sleep at all. At least that’s the case w/ Cannibal Corpse. These guys have to be the busiest band

Dimmu Borgir – Alive In Torment Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman I would have to believe it is blatantly apparent as to how we regard Dimmu Borgir around MetalReview. At times I have been in superlative amazement as they move through

Absu – Tara Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Well I see the opportunity has finally arrived to review the utter madness that is Absu’s latest release, Tara. The embroiled metal bloodbath of alacrity and the masterful frenzy of

Death – Live In L.A. (Death & Raw) Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Where exactly the core of ones soul derives could be speculated, but the actual make-up is not an exact science. What factors create ones being, ones personality, ones values, and

Suffocation – Pierced From Within (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. I am confused. How could any death metal band be as advanced, skilled, or as talented as Suffocation displays here, on an absolutely CRUSHING effort from 1995? Any fan of

Dying Fetus – Killing On Adrenaline Review

Originally written by Dan Staige It is not too often that I come across a band within my musical tastes that consumes me with their lyrical content. Politics and “societal ills” are usually at the