All posts by Konrad Kantor

Staff Bartender -- I also write about music on occasion.

Nàttsòl – Stemning Review

Out of the shadowy forests of Norway comes Nàttsòl, a band that has secretly been in the works since the cold, dreary winter of 2006. Stemning, the band’s freshman effort, pays homage to many of

Mordax – Slaughter Review

“Horror has a face…and you must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror are your friends.” Mordax is yet another band that mixes together two extreme genres of music that once graced our

Realmbuilder – Summon The Stone Throwers Review

Straight out of New York city comes the “epic” metal-playing duo, Realmbuilder. Sadly, the only thing epic about Summon The Stone Throwers is its failure. Its tracks are filled with the type of monotony and blandness

Dew Scented – Invocation Review

With oil spilling all over the place, high unemployment, useless wars and politicians being bought out by the very people who continue to cause all of these awful disasters, there certainly hasn’t been a shortage

Myrath – Desert Call Review

From the distant shores of Tunisia comes the country’s first major metal act, Myrath. Desert Call, the band’s sophomore release, is thickly layered with various tribal instruments, which enrich the album with distinct Tunisian flavor

Eibon La Furies – The Blood Of The Realm Review

Have you ever been on a new roller coaster for the first time and closed your eyes for the entire thing? Me neither, but it sure felt like I did upon listening to Eibon La

Tsjuder – Antiliv Review

There are quite a few things about Tsjuder that some would consider to be mildly interesting. The group put out a really good album in 2004 entitled Desert Northern Hell. That’s pretty cool! Tsjuder is from

Mgła – Exercises In Futility Review

Let me make something perfectly clear before we get going. Not only does Mgla not give a shit about what anyone has to say about its new album, Exercises in Futility; it also doesn’t care about your parents