Hypocrisy – The Arrival Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Due to the absolute lukewarm reception of Hypocrisy’s last effort, it seems as if Tägtgren and company have decided to go with the publicity ridden “return to form” campaign for The Arrival. In

Primal Fear – Devil’s Ground Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. There are singers who surprise you by being amazingly small but belting out a huge amount of sound, like Ronnie James Dio (Dio) and Glen Danzig (The Misfits, Danzig). Then

Fear Factory – Archetype Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Fear Factory was smart to break up when they did, though they’d have been even smarter had they called it quits prior to releasing the atrocious Digimortal. My own disappointment in that

Swarm Of the Lotus – When White Becomes Black Review

In my last review I made a prediction about “the next big thing”…singsongy metalcorish rock in the vein of cleanly sung Killswitch Engage, and how I felt like I was already tired of it even

Probot – Probot Review

Ahhh, Probot. The name of Dave Grohl’s metal project has been sending ripples throughout the music scene for years. The list of announced guest vocalists was a veritable who’s-who from metal’s golden era. Anticipation, and

Falkenbach – Ok Nefna Tysvar Ty Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Slithering in like a Longship amid the fog to the ill fated isle of Lindisfarne, Falkenbach somehow escaped my Viking/folk metal radar, sneaking by 2 albums before I finally laid

Capharnaum – Fractured Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Let’s be blunt as blunt can be here. I’m going to start off by saying my reviewing “skills” cannot possibly do this record justice. I tend to feel more comfortable

The End – Within Dividia Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett The End comes through as yet another strong band added to the Relapse roster of heaviness. Within Dividia comes across as a heavy slab of core infused death/grind insanity. Harsh

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