All posts by Chris Redar

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Goatwhore – Vengeful Ascension Review

In the music review world, there is no more backhanded of a compliment than “I bet this stuff kills live”. Translation: this album sucks in at least seven of the ten ways there is for

Igorrr – Savage Sinusoid Review

From the very first bit of recording footage I watched, I knew Savage Sinusoid was going to be a somewhat divisive, if not outright polarizing, album. That’s not a humble brag or anything– it’s more

Obituary – Obituary Review

Reviewing legacy acts is always a tough proposition. On the one hand, a band like Obituary is legendary for a reason. On the other, more pragmatic hand, a band like Metallica is legendary as well,

Dephosphorus – Impossible Orbits Review

Greece’s Dephosporus have the kind of name that drives a word processor’s autocorrect absolutely bonkers. Also, their drummer has been in every single band ever formed in Europe. We reviewed their last one (Ravenous Solemnity)

Dying Fetus – Wrong One To Fuck With Review

Dying Fetus has an all-time, unimpeachable death metal classic in Destroy the Opposition. The band’s now patented (and Decibel HoF inducted) blend of brutal slamming mixed with near-toxic levels of hardcore groove never came together

Logic of Denial – Aftermath Review

Logic of Denial plays really, really fast brutal technical death metal in the vein of AngelCorpse and Hate Eternal, though not in any memorable fashion. In fact, Aftermath is about as one-dimensional as an album

Drug Honkey- Cloak Of Skies Review

Ah, Drug Honkey– two of my least favorite things, combining to play my least favorite musical style. Stoner sludge and bad names seem to go together like the volume on porn and an empty house.

Ingurgitating Oblivion- Vision Wallows In Symphonies Of Light Review

Stop the presses- Germany’s Ingurgitating Oblivion have dropped one of the best albums of 2017, and possibly an all-time great in the realm of explorative/avant-garde death metal. So before you read any of what I’m