Category: Reviews

Grave – Back from the Grave Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman After 6 years of slumber Sweden’s Grave rise from the dead with their latest death sludge ensemble entitled, Back from the Grave. Making a formidable name for themselves in the

Immolation – Unholy Cult Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett I have to say, Immolation has surprised the hell out of me with this release. Previous to Unholy Cult, I had enjoyed some of Immolation’s material, but could never fully

Cathedral – The VIIth Coming

Originally written by Russ Wallin. Legendary doomsters, Cathedral, have released a new album entitled “The Seventh Coming”. The name is actually written in Roman numerals for the album cover. Cathedral has always had interesting cover

Phobia – Serenity Through Pain Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Through 10 years of perseverance, Phobia arrives with their latest effort, entitled Serenity Through Pain. Taking influence from hardcore punk and early grind, they create their own blend of crust-fueled

Bloodbath – Resurrection Through Carnage Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman For those of you who have had the unfortunate fortune of not receiving word of this almighty side project please allow me to do the mandatory honors of introducing the

Botch – An Anthology Of Dead Ends Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Angry, chaotic hardcore is the best way to describe Botch. The aforementioned chaos isn’t annoying or uncontrollable, I’d call it “organized chaos”. This EP actually blew me away towards the

Opeth – Deliverance Review

Ty Brookman’s take: Ah Opeth, a band that truly walks on the water of all that signifies pure metal. This particular statement may be a bit extreme but you can’t argue that Opeth is highly

Rotting Christ – Genesis Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett From the land of gyros and Minotaurs, arrives Rotting Christ with yet another powerful ode to the grim genre known as black metal. Just when you thought Immortal and Dimmu