Darkthrone – Hate Them Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the truest of them all? Why it’s Darkthrone, of course. I mean these guys are so black metal that they have a song

Aborted – Goremageddon: The Saw And The Carnage Done Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Aborted is a band that I’ve been keeping my eye on for awhile. Mainly because I thought that w/ their skills and approach to death metal, they could become a

Lynch Mob – REvolution Review

Originally written by Russ Wallin. For years Dokken was a popular act and nearly every bar band had at least one Dokken song on their play list. I couldn’t even tell you how many times

Lamb Of God – As The Palaces Burn Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon After exploding onto the scene in 2000, Virginia’s Lamb of God finally return to the fray with one of the most anticipated albums of the year, As the Palaces Burn.

1349 – Liberation Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett It isn’t too hard to come across a band that embodies the true essence of black metal these days, but to come across a band that is actually worth listening

Opeth – Damnation Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Opeth return with the second installment of the Nacksving/Fredman recordings. Of the two, Damnation was the album that had my interest peaked and expectations basically off the scale. Yeah, Deliverance

Anthrax – We’ve Come For You All Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Anthrax’s highly anticipated new album has finally graced my ears. Some are hailing it as the great return to form, whilst others are condemning Anthrax to a fate worse than

Solefald – In Harmonia Universali Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett The Norwegian scene has spawned some of the most extreme bands, and also some of the strangest. Solefald happens to fall under the latter. Featuring members of Borknagar, this experimental,

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