All posts by Jeremy Morse

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Temple – Structures in Chaos Review

Structures in Chaos is the debut album from Dutch death metal trio Temple. The members of Temple have each served in a host of Dutch death metal bands, including Sinister, Severe Torture and Prostitute Disfigurement.

Riffology 105 – The Riddle Master

Our riff for today’s lesson comes from one the finest traditional metal bands to every come out of the U.S., and almost certainly the best thing to ever come out of Kansas: Manilla Road. Manilla Road took

Riffology 104 – Evercursed

The riff for today’s lesson comes courtesy of Finnish death metal group Adramelech. Adramelech was perhaps most famous (to use the term loosely) for having several former members of Demigod at various points in its line-up.

Black Breath – Sentenced To Life Review

Seattle’s death/thrash/hardcore act Black Breath is back with full-length number two, Sentenced to Life. The band’s first album, Heavy Breathing, saw the band integrate a heavy Swedish death metal influence into the crossover/thrash sound it

Riffology 103 – The Root Of All Evil

In retrospect, two installments of a column about great metal riffs without featuring a Black Sabbath tune is probably two too many. My bad. Today, I make it right. In this lesson we go back

Asphyx – Deathhammer Review

In my mind, I know that metal needs new ideas to remain a vital genre. I know that many things that seem odd, out of place or downright stupid to me now, will, in time,

Mpire Of Evil – Hell To The Holy

Mpire of Evil is a super-group of sorts, composed of former Venom members, the most notable of which is Jeff “Mantas” Dunn, Venom’s founding guitarist, who has been off the metal radar since leaving that band over

Riffology 102 – Forensic Clinicism / The Sanguine Article

I hope you all enjoyed your extended winter break, but now class is back in session. In today’s lesson, we will examine a riff from the Carcass composition “Forensic Clinicism/The Sanguine Article”, which is featured