All posts by KK

Staff Bartender — I also write about music on occasion.

Enthral – Obtenebrate Review

Seeping and slithering in the dark corners of the Norwegian black metal scene, Enthral has remained quite unnoticed since its creation in 1995. Seventeen years and only four full-lengths later, Gunnhild Bratset and Kjetil Hektoen,

Pit Therapy – 100 Demons: Horiyoshi’s Warriors

This month’s session is a tale of art as much as it is one of music. The band 100 Demons came onto the Connecticut hardcore scene in the late 90’s, after having chosen quite the

Germ – Wish Review

Tim Yatras can do a lot of things. Those currently unfamiliar with that name perhaps know him as “Sorrow” from the Australian black metal duo Austere. As musician, programmer, producer and sole founder of the

Pit Therapy – Sick Of It All: It’s Clobberin’ Time!

That’s right, y’all. We’re back with the third installment of Pit Therapy, and this month we’re in the streets of New York City, the the most popular breeding ground for many of America’s favorite past

Pact – The Dragon Lineage Of Satan Review

One does not simply listen to Pact… Some albums aren’t adventures, escapades, journeys, pathways, portals, passages or promenades. They don’t introduce a storyline, they don’t meander, peak or plateau. No… some albums don’t do any

Napalm Death – Utilitarian Review

Few bands always deliver. To say Napalm Death is among those few bands would be a colossal understatement. To put it bluntly, listening to Napalm Death is pretty much mandatory. The more albums a mandatory

Pit Therapy – First Blood: Defenders Of Truth

In our first session of Pit Therapy, we discussed why Agnostic Front is both the greatest and most important hardcore band that has ever lived. In a sense, they’re a stone bookend that is holding

Dyscarnate – And So It Came To Pass Review

“Wir hier to paamp you up” were the first words that came to my mind upon taking my first glance at Sussex’s newest sensation, Dyscarnate. The word on the street, though, is that these dudes