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Outre-Tombe – Nécrovortex Review

After three years and a guitarist change, Quebecois old-school death metal outfit Outre-Tombe has returned with its sophomore record Nécrovortex. While this author is only passingly familiar with the group’s debut Répurgation, Nécrovortex manages to

Staff Infections – October 2018

It’s Staff Infections time. You know the drill: We share what we’ve been listening to for the past month, and you gape in wonder at our impeccable taste in music. Speaking of impeccable taste in

Riffology – Morbid Angel’s “Chapel of Ghouls”

Welcome back, ladies and gents. It’s time for another lesson in Riffology, and, as I intimated in our last lesson, we will be examining another track from Morbid Angel’s Altars of Madness, namely, “Chapel of

Staff Infections – September 2018

Welcome once again, friends, to Staff Infections, the monthly review of just what the heck the Last Rites Staff has been listening to. With autumn right around the corner, we can expect a raft of

Riffology – Morbid Angel’s “Maze of Torment”

Death is, to most metal fans, the most important band in death metal, but just as Judas Priest rivals Black Sabbath in its influence on metal as a whole, Morbid Angel rivals Death in its

Staff Infections – August 2018

It’s that time of the month again, friends. No, not that time of the month—it’s time for Staff Infections, wherein the Last Rites staff members share what they’ve been listening to over the last lunar

Crawl – Rituals Review

I’m probably repeating myself, but the warm, fuzzy tones of the Boss Heavy Metal pedal don’t set my heart aflutter like they used to. I’ll always have a soft spot for the originators of the

Staff Infections – July 2018

Here we are in July, dear readers, and we at Last Rites Hope you’ve been keeping your grill hot, your beverages cold and your sunscreen liberally applied. For our American readers, we hope you made