Category: Reviews

God Dethroned – Into The Lungs Of Hell Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. When I first heard of God Dethroned, it was on their album “Ravenous”. I figured it meant ravenous as in extremely hungry, so I dismissed it until I read the

Emperor – Scattered Ashes: A Decade Of Emperial Wrath Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett The Emperor is dead, but its reign shall forever be seen within extreme metal. From 1991 until 2001, Emperor built a legacy in black metal that will never be toppled.

Madder Mortem – Deadlands Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman The End Records is consistently showcasing talent these days and truly becoming a label with a standard in tact that quite simply equates to their artists creating music outside the

The Haunted – One Kill Wonder Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Anyone remotely familiar with this band can tell you that guitarists Patrik Jensen (ex-Seance) and Anders Bjorler (ex-At the Gates) can pound out intense riffs like no one’s business. Combine

Stratovarius – Elements Pt. 1 Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. From my experience with power metal, I have found that there are two types of fans of power metal: the fans of Kai Hansen-era Helloween, and fans of Michael Kiske-era

Rapture – Songs For The Withering Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett When the rain is pouring outside and the sky is enveloped in gray, this is the music I expect to hear in the background. Rapture’s latest album, Songs for the

Amon Amarth – Versus the World Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Amon Amarth return and with them their finest work to date. Versus the World quickly proves that 10 years of perseverance and allegiance can and will solidify precision. With surmounting

Winds – Reflection Of The I Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Winds is the perfect name for this band, because as soon as you get your first taste of what this album is all about, you’re surrounded by a whirlwind of