All posts by Ryan Tysinger

I listen to music, then I write about it. On Twitter @d00mfr0gg (Outro: The Winds Of Mayhem)

Rebel Wizard – Voluptuous Worship Of Rapture And Response Review

To get into the right frame of mind for Voluptuous Worship Of Rapture And Reason, picture an ideal raw, atmospheric black metal album cover—the dark, sinister melancholy of a dead forest, the gaping maw of

Spirals – Spirals Review

FAST RITES: Because sometimes brevity is fundamental The slip into insanity can be comforting. Let go. We are on a rock that is spinning wildly out of control throughout the cosmos, so what’s the point

Satan – Cruel Magic Review

One of the more tragic aspects of the genre-defining New Wave Of British Heavy Metal was that few bands managed to continue the momentum after the peak of the movement. By the mid-80s, many acts

Destroyer Attack – Solve Et Coagula Review

Before we get to the album, a series of questions… Do you like your album art black, white, and red? Do you renounce the name of Jesus Christ? Do you pray nightly for total destruction

Tatanhammer – The Art Of Human Sacrifice Review

While no details have been given as to the recording process of The Art Of Human Sacrifice, one can only imagine it as the three band members of the grave-robbing Finnish black metal outfit Tatanhammer

Cavurn – Rehersal Demo Review

FAST RITES: because sometimes brevity is fundamental. It’s not often a rehearsal demo receives much light outside of the darker corners of the metal underground. However, Washington’s death/doom act Cavurn have been creating quite a

Jyotiṣavedāṅga – Thermogravimetry Warp Continuum Review

Suffocating, dark auras pulse along beneath a thick layer of toxic, extraterrestrial atmosphere. The inhuman voice of a timeless cosmic evil mingles amongst the haze with the stench of a thousand rotting worlds on its

Tomb Mold – Manor Of Infinite Forms Review

Tomb Mold took the death metal scene by storm last year with their debut full length Primordial Malignity. Carrying an instantly recognizable sound and more than solid riffing, it’s no wonder the Canadian two-piece appeared