Category: Features

90s Essentials – Volume Seven

We’re seven weeks into this, and by now, you know the drill. Here are ten more albums that every metalhead worth his or her Slayer shirt should know and know well. For this seventh entry

Eyehategod – The 90s Essentials Interview

[For our sixth installment of our 90s Essentials interview series, we asked NOLA legend Jimmy Bower to shed some light upon Eyehategod‘s perpetually-lauded Take As Needed For Pain. These are the fruits of our exchanges.] MetalReview: First of

90s Essentials – Volume Six

Still going, friends. There’s no end in sight yet for this relentless onslaught of visceral volumes, and number six is a doozy. From the looks of those top three, you’d expect this to be the

Deconstructing Devin Townsend: The Interview

The article was originally written by Rae Amitay. MetalReview’s Rae Amitay took the opportunity to sit down and chat with the one and only Devin Townsend before his set at The Palladium in Worcester, MA

90s Essentials – Volume Five

Another week, another entry in MetalReview’s soon-to-be-legendary 100 Most Essential Albums Of The 1990s… This week features two thrash classics, a Maryland doom masterpiece, one of the best progressive death metal albums of all time,

90s Essentials – Volume Four

Considering the album that sits atop this list, Volume 4 of MetalReview’s 100 Most Essential Albums of the 90s could very well just be titled EPIC WEEK. With major classics of folk and Viking metal

Immolation – The 90s Essentials Interview

[Welcome to Part Three of MetalReview‘s interview series featuring artists included in the 100 Most Essential Albums of the 1990s. In this edition, we speak with Immolation guitarist Robert Vigna about the band’s seminal debut, Dawn

90s Essentials – Volume Three

So here we are, back for more with Volume 3 of MetalReview’s 100 Most Essential Albums Of The 1990s. (If you haven’t been keeping up, click here for Vol. 1 and here for Vol. 2.)