Zao – The Funeral Of God Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Possibly one of the year’s most anticipated Metalcore/Godcore releases, the reformed Zao, now on Ferret Records seem aware of the growth of the genre they helped pioneer with little or

Soulfly – Prophecy Review

Prophecy is the fourth and latest album from Max Cavalera’s post-Sepultura project, Soulfly. Armed with a whole new cast of musicians, including ex-Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson on half of the tracks, Max has delivered the

Daughters – Canada Songs Review

There are a few ways I can describe this “album” from Rhode Island’s highly touted Daughters: A gravel coated 14 inch enema of DEP, Cephalic Carnage, The Locust and Uphill Battle shoved sideways into your

Carcass – Choice Cuts Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Ok, I’ll keep this short and sweet without boring you, the (I’m assuming) well versed listener with the legacy of Carcass. Lets just say they are arguably one of the

Jungle Rot – Fueled By Hate Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Do we really need another Jungle Rot album? Is anyone still clamoring over their last two efforts, Slaughter the Weak or Dead and Buried? I doubt it. But essentially the

Leviathan – Tentacles Of Whorror Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I hit ‘play’ on my CD player and my headphones engulf my sense of hearing. As I lay in the hazy area between deep sleep and conscious awareness, my mind

Unearth – The Oncoming Storm Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Unearth: Metalcore saviors? Johnny-come-latelys? Overrated? However you feel about them, one thing is certain – the buzz about them is unavoidable. Especially after coming damn close to cracking the Billboard

Cock And Ball Torture – Egoleech Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas So I get this album from this German band, and I’ve heard the name, and I’m expecting some face blasting grindcore insanity. Nein. Instead I get some extraordinarily mid paced

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