Dordeduh – Har Review

[Cover Art by Costin Chioreanu] For those unfamiliar with the history of Dordeduh, the band formed from the splintering of the original trio behind Negură Bunget in 2009. After having released their now-iconic album Om

Staff Infections – May 2021

Howdy, friends. It’s Staff Infections time. If you’re knew here, the gist is this: We, the Last Rites Staff, listen to stuff, and then you read about it. It sounds kind of stupid when you

Track Premiere: Coffin Lurker – “Of Suffering”

At the dawn of the millennium, there was a trend within the resurgence in the popularity of the zombie film. The “fast zombies” resembled more of a mob of crazed and rabid animals than the

Nekromantheon – Visions Of Trismegistos Review

Traveler, welcome. I can see by the tokens you carry that it has been a long journey and a hard one to find your way to [my ancient realm]*. A fey and hardy sort you

Hanternoz – Au Fleuve De Loire Review

A band most of us are unfamiliar with paying tribute to a river many of us are merely vaguely aware of in a language quite a bit of us don’t speak. France’s Hanternoz asks much

Anatomia – Corporeal Torment Review

You remember that godawful REM song from way back, “Shiny Happy People?” The people that Michael Stipe was singing about… well, they weren’t the guys in Anatomia, that’s for sure. To all outward appearances, these

Project: Roenwolfe – Edge Of Saturn Review

[Cover artwork by Sam Nelson] There was a time when the words “thrash revival” mostly conjured thoughts of a seemingly endless slew of Bay Area revivalists such as Warbringer, Evile, Bonded By Blood, Untimely Demise,

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