All posts by Jeremy Morse

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The Sword – Warp Riders Review

I was introduced to The Sword via a glowing review of the band’s debut album, Age of Winters, by Keith Bergman on Blabbermouth.net. Having no prior knowledge of the band, I assumed that Kemado Records was

Beyond Hell – The Sleeper Awakens Review

In the embrace of eternal darkness, beyond life, beyond death, beyond Heaven, Beyond Hell, it is suspended. A spirit?  A soul? A thought. Hate. Hate unwavering, hate unending, hate…for all life! For an eternal second

The Devil’s Blood – The Time Of No Time Evermore Review

You can’t always judge a book by its cover, and you can’t always judge a band by its name. A name like The Devil’s Blood, to me, screams black metal. Photos of the band performing

Nails Unsilent Death Review

At fourteen minutes in length, Nails’ Unsilent Death is a blitzkrieg of brutality patterned after grindcore classics like From Enslavement to Obliteration and Horrified. With a sound forged from equal measures of jackhammer blasting and

Black Breath – Heavy Breathing Review

It seems like only months ago that I reviewed Black Breath’s debut, Razor to Oblivion, and in the relatively brief time since that EP’s release late last year, Black Breath has undergone a stylistic change. 

Hour of 13 – The Ritualist Review

Sometimes you find the thing you seek in the place you least expect it.  Imagine my surprise in finding a way to scratch my ever-present Mercyful Fate itch with a doom metal album, namely The

High On Fire – Snakes For The Divine Review

I hesitated to sign up to write the review of Snakes for the Divine. High on Fire means about as much to me as three guys I have never met who make cool noises can.  I doubted

Black Breath – Razor To Oblivion Review

[RapidFire]Do you like Kill ‘Em All?  Do you like the first Bathory album?  Do you like Discharge? Do you like to break shit?  If you answered yes to any of the above, I have a