All posts by Jeremy Morse

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Rainbow – Live In Germany, 1976 Review

These days live albums are not valued in the same way they were a few decades ago. Today, more often than not, they are tossed off to fulfill a contractual obligation and rarely receive much

Premonition 13 – 13 Review

Scott “Wino” Weinrich has been a busy guy lately. Since the demise of The Hidden Hand in 2007, Wino has released a solo album, a solo acoustic album, an album with the super group Shrinebuilder,

Exhumed – All Guts, No Glory Review

After being left to rot for six years, the withered carcass of Exhumed, has been… exhumed, and I suppose it should not come as a surprise that the band has emerged all the stronger for

Portrait – Crimen Laesae Majestatis Divinae Review

The power and traditional metal genres are filled with bands that aspire to be the next Iron Maiden or Judas Priest. To date they have all failed, but in the process, some have made some

Entrenched – Preemptive Strike Review

s debut album, Preemptive Strike, New Jersey duo Entrenched joins great acts such as Bolt Thrower, Jungle Rot and Hail of Bullets in the ranks of war-obsessed death metal bands. Whether Entrenched will ever achieve

Miasmal – Miasmal Review

I must admit that my heart skipped a beat when I saw Miasmal’s debut in our review queue here at MetalReview. However, my excitement was not due to a positive previous encounter with Miasmal’s music.

Destroyer 666 – To The Devil His Due Review

Over the course of its seventeen-year career, Deströyer 666 has managed to release a mere four full-length albums. However, the band has released EPs with somewhat more regularity. Unfortunately, the bulk of these recordings were issued

Assaulter – Boundless Review

I was quite taken with Assaulter’s debut, Salvation Like Destruction. The band’s gritty black/thrash provided a more-than-adequate stop-gap while I anxiously awaited the next release by Assaulter’s countrymen Destroyer 666. Thus, when Metal Blade made