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

Falconer – Sceptre Of Deception Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. The band that some love to hate and some hate to love, Falconer returns on their mighty thoroughbred steed of metal glory! With their wonderfully medieval previous album being so, well, wonderfully

Naglfar – Diabolical (Reissue) Review

Naglfar. I think at some point I had listened to a used CD by this band and put it back without buying it. But I can’t say for sure – there are a shitload of

Damageplan – New Found Power Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Oh please protect our innocent ears! Damage Plan’s New Found Power has every little swear werd erased out in a shotty fucking effort to either make the kids want the “explicit version” or

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

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