Meshuggah – Nothing Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Meshuggah are on a level of metal that is uninhabited by other metal bands, w/ maybe the exception of Gorguts, but combining this kind of technikillity w/ this kind of

Kotipelto – Waiting For The Dawn Review

Originally written by Russ Wallin. Kotipelto is a side project that Timo Kotipelto, of Stratovarious, put together to pass the time until Stratovarious returns from a break in 2003. Kotipelto is comprised of 9…that’s 9…guys

Arcturus – The Sham Mirrors Review

Jon Eardley’s take: When I hear the term “experimental metal” tossed around the scene on various metal web sites and on various metal message boards and in various reviews of metal music, I immediately think

The Forsaken – The Arts of Desolation Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman All hail The Forsaken for truly understanding the term and use of “melodic death metal”. Many bands blatantly despise their music to take on the many labels that often transpire

Centinex – Diabolical Desolation Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. So, during my “bi-weekly” trip to the closest record store that carries any music that can be called half-way tasteful, I come across this Centinex. Now, on the shrink wrap

Overkill – Wrecking Everything Live Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Twenty years later and absolutely no end in sight Overkill step up to the plate once again. Bringing with them a live album and a new record company (Spitfire Records)

Sentenced – The Cold White Light Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman I think it’s just amazing how when you hear a band for the very first time and you form an opinion of that band, then you go read various bios

Blind Guardian – A Night at the Opera Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman With the tremendous amount of success Blind Guardian has endured through Europe and Japan it seems as if they have set their sights on the American market this time round.

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