Category: Reviews

Cradle Of Filth – Damnation And A Day Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Let me start off by saying I’ve been listening to Cradle probably longer than just about any other extreme metal band I listen to, but the idea of a new

Vital Remains – Dechristianize Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon God has really done it this time. I don’t know what he did, but whatever it was, it sure pissed off the guys in Vital Remains. In an act of

Dying Fetus – Stop At Nothing Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. You gotta hand it to John Gallagher. A few years ago, everyone in Dying Fetus left the band in a somewhat questionable move to form Misery Index. With Kevin Talley leading the way,

Marduk – World Funeral Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Marduk has always been a band that’s been better known for their live attack, as opposed to their studio material. Personally, I think their studio stuff is awesome; Swedish black

OSI – Office of Strategic Influence Review

Originally written by Russ Wallin. OSI can best be described as a progressive supergroup. The album features Jim Matheos (Fates Warning), Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater), Sean Malone (Cynic, Gordian Knot, ect), Kevin Moore (Chroma Key)

Carnal Forge – The More You Suffer Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Fresh off of seeing them destroy the NJ Metalfest, I’ve gotten the honor of reviewing Carnal Forge’s new album, The More You Suffer. The best aspect of this band is

Soilwork – Figure Number Five Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon It seems like just yesterday that Soilwork released Natural Born Chaos. Never a band to kick back and enjoy the scenery, they’re back with their fifth album in six years,

Katatonia – Viva Emptiness Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Ideally for a band to mature it is essential that their material and musicianship strengthen with each release, yet at the same time not stray too far from the original