Darkane – Rusted Angel (Remastered & Reissued) Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Oh you gotta love re-releases. They are commonly reissued w/ a half-assed re-mastering job, “bonus” tracks, and additional or new artwork. It’s the same album you already have only it’s

Exodus – Tempo of the Damned Review

Well over a decade since the poorly received Force of Habit, Exodus delivers their long-awaited follow-up/comeback album, Tempo of the Damned. Released in Europe two years to the day of the death of original vocalist

Deicide – Scars Of The Crucifix Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Blah blah Deicide have sucked for a few albums, blah blah Benton joins Vital Remains, blah Dechristianize, one of the best death metal albums of 2003, blah blah Deicide signs

Symphorce – Twice Second Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Symphorce is a band whose previous effort didn’t really impress me all that much. I like coming into an album not expecting much, then getting pleasantly surprised, as was the case

Scarve – Irradiant Review

Scarve is a french progmelothrash band, or so it says in their bio. I disagree, sort of. The melodic parts of the band are very elegantly covered by the vicious power of the songs, and

Gothic Knights – Up From The Ashes Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Is it 1987? Oh, wait no, no, no, not at all. After examining my calendar, making a couple phone calls, and referencing various news sites I have discovered in fact

Keelhaul – Subject To Change Without Notice Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas There must be something wrong with me. After reading a few glowing reviews of this Ohio band’s 2nd album, and seeing words like Isis, Dillenger Escape Plan and thrash thrown

In The Woods – Omnio (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Simply hearing the name In The Woods should evoke some sort of response from any self respecting person with any knowledge of metal. It’s usually either a response of love or hate,

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