Mastodon – Leviathan Review

I was late hearing about Mastodon’s Remission album, so that by the time I was listening to and amazing over that record it was sort of old news and the inevitable backtalk about it had

Heaven Shall Burn – Antigone Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. The more a metalcore band focuses on the “metal” rather than the “core”, the better it turns out. This is the essence of the latest album from Heaven Shall Burn, entitled Antigone.

Amon Amarth – Fate Of Norns Review

To not enjoy Amon Amarth if you are a metal fan has to be akin to not enjoying oral sex if you are a human. I am willing to bet they are out there, but

Neurosis – The Eye Of Every Storm Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Why has it taken so long for me to write this review? I’ll tell you why. I keep falling asleep. With the shifting ambience of an oncoming storm (pun intended),

The Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Chances are, with this highly anticipated album being out for a while now, that any pointless, verbose spewing on my behalf won’t sway your opinion of this record. More than

Azrael – Into Shadows Act II: Through Horned Shadows Glimpse Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett What a stellar year for black metal this has been. Already receiving solid new releases from 1349, Mayhem, Leviathan, and Blut Aus Nord, we are yet again blessed by the

Draconian – Where Lovers Mourn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Tearful and melancholy Gothic Death/doom metal is the order of the day for Sweden’s Draconian, and while by no means original, fans of Theatre of Tragedy, Tristania, Sins of Thy

Blut Aus Nord – The Work Which Transforms God Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance I am just a casual fan of black metal. I have a begrudging respect for the genre, but for the most part I focus my energy elsewhere. However, I do

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