Category: Reviews

Attila Csihar – The Beast Of… Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I’m not really sure how to review a ‘Best of’ album from an artist I really don’t care for, nor am I familiar with. Hungarian vocalist and recent arrestee Attila

Burst – Prey On Life Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Burst bursts onto the scene with their first full length album entitled Prey on Life. Now here’s a band that’s difficult to classify. I heard about two seconds and immediately my mind

Setherial – Endtime Divine Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon In the wake of Emperor’s demise, a void was left in the world of blasting black metal, allowing for bands once kept on the backburner to come forward. Among these

Hatebreed – The Rise Of Brutality Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Ah yes, Hatebreed, a band that has been a flashpoint of sorts for discriminating metalheads lately. Lambasted by some for being the leaders of the new wave of chug-heavy, mosh-ready

Watch Them Die – Watch Them Die Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas This is gonna disappoint a lot of people, so if you have already brought into this band’s hype and are satisfied; go for it. Me? After initial excitement and general

Fu Manchu – Go For It…Live! Review

SPV seems to have developed a thing for double live albums lately. First it was Annihilator, then Kreator, Life of Agony, and Sodom. Now we have this two disc set from desert rockers (their word,

Asmegin – Hin Vordende Sod & Sø Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence Folk Metal is a tricky genre; you either love it, hate it, or have no clue it exists. It is certainly one of the less explored sub-genres of Metal, and

Life of Agony – River Runs Again Live 2003 Review

A brief history for the uninitiated: Life of Agony was a hardcore band from New York that didn’t really sound like their contemporaries. While many of them wrote about the streets, violence, and social outrage,