Category: Reviews

Azarath – Diabolic Impious Evil Review

originally written by Jim Brandon Do you like Sadistic Intent? How about Krisiun and Hacavitz? Does Hate Eternal’s one-speed attack leave you desiring something more? Enter stage right: Azarath’s third album, Diabolic Impious Evil, and

Manowar – The Sons Of Odin Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: It’s Manowar. Posers leave the hall… Review: All fur clad, homoerotic gesturing aside, heavy metal stalwarts Manowar are arguably one of the most polarizing heavy metal bands on the planet. You either

Converge – No Heroes Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance “Orphaned.” It’s probably the most perfect piece of music I have ever heard in my life. That fact that music fans aren’t quitting their jobs and killing their families so

Solitude Aeturnus – Alone Review

During a time when US-based metal labels were mostly searching for the next meaner, faster, more extreme band, Arlington, Texas’ Solitude Aeturnus epitomized the much less popular doom slant. This left the band with very

My Dying Bride – A Line of Deathless Kings Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon It’s always a pleasure and a challenge to review a band with as lengthy a catalogue and as wide a following as My Dying Bride. Fortunately, I own a few of

For Ruin – Obsidian Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. This is an interesting release for me because I have had the good fortune of seeing this band grow at an alarming rate.  I was first introduced to For Ruin through a

Sammath Naur – Self-Proclaimed Existence Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner At first I had absolutely no clue why it had taken me so long to finally get around to reviewing this one (not that it’s sat in my to do

Martyr – Feeding The Abscess Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner It’s been six years since Warp Zone was released and followed with a showering of praise from critics and fans alike. I’d like to think it apparent that I’m one