All posts by Jeremy Morse

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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

The Gates Of Slumber – Hymns Of Blood And Thunder Review

The Gates of Slumber’s last album Conqueror was by all accounts a triumph, and hailed by many as the band’s best work to date. The downside to releasing such a successful album is that the

Vader – Necropolis Review

The last several years have been tumultuous for Vader: Long time drummer Doc left the band in 2004 and met an untimely end in 2005. The band seemed to take the loss in stride releasing

Asphyx – Death… The Brutal Way Review

Though Dutch death metal masters Asphyx remained active through the turn of the century, the band’s most celebrated work was done with vocalist and erstwhile bassist, Martin Van Drunen, who left the band in 1992.

Destroyer 666 – Defiance Review

A howl pierces the night and the shepherd awakens. In an instant, five years of peace and tranquility are forgotten. Is that the glint of yellow eyes in the shadows? A lamb bleats in terror,

Obituary – Darkest Day Review

2009 marks two decades since five kids from Tampa called Xecutioner changed their name to Obituary and unleashed a musical horror called Slowly We Rot. With Slowly We Rot, Obituary established a unique voice in