Skepticism – Companion Review

[Cover artwork by Tuomas A. Laitinen] Let us consider for a moment the notion of change and how the majority of living creatures prefer to avoid it in favor of steadfast routine swaddled in comfort.

Wolves In The Throne Room – Primordial Arcana Review

Wolves In the Throne room has always been a band that seems fully encompassed by nature. The way of the woods, mountains and rivers doesn’t enter their music simply through words, but in a rare

Nunslaughter – Red Is The Color Of Ripping Death Review

In almost thirty-five years, Nunslaughter’s catalog has grown to astounding proportions, and yet, in that same time and nearly 200 releases, there are only four full-length albums prior to Red Is The Color Of Ripping

Staff Infections – August 2021

Well, friends, it hasn’t been the best month. I’m sure we were all hoping we were on the way out of this pandemic, but the delta variant is sending things in the absolute wrong direction.

Alchemy Of Flesh – Ageless Abominations Review

There’s no ignoring Alchemy of Flesh’s Floridian death metal sound, so let’s get that out of the way from the outset. The force, groove, tempo changes, and, ultimately, heft of Morbid Angel is all over

Headshrinker ‒ Callous Indifference Review

One of the neatest things in death metal over the last couple years has been the number of bands putting unique spins on old sounds while still firmly remaining within the walls of death metal.

Eyes of Perdition – Incendiary Truths Review

Fast Rites: because sometimes brevity is fundamental. Ignorance is an appropriately maligned trait in a human being. Sure, a person who is truly ignorant can’t always be blamed for simply not knowing something, but we

Tyrann – Djävulens Musik Review

There’s something romantic about falling for heavy metal in a language you don’t understand. In a way, it’s the purest form of the music–the words themselves, stripped of the power of recognition, rely entirely on

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