Edguy – Rocket Ride Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Tobias Sammet’s instantly recognizable voice electrifies “Sacrifice” and we’re indeed already on Edguy’s Rocket Ride. There’s no questioning Sammet’s decision to focus all his efforts on singing beginning in the late 90s.

Raison D’être – Reflections From The Time Of Opening Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson (ray-zohnn DET-ruh) A basic, essential purpose; a reason to exist. Despite my growing affection for the strange little corner of the musical world known as dark ambience I must admit

Drawn And Quartered – Hail Infernal Darkness Review

As I sit here, in between CAD regens, listening to Drawn and Quartered’s opening track, I am hit by a wave of nostalgia. This stuff is so like Morbid Angel’s early material as to almost

Amorphis – Eclipse Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas If you are at this site and specifically reading this review, I can assume you don’t need a history lesson about the rise and (in my opinion ) fall ofAmorphis,

Hymen Holocaust – Necromance Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner Hymen Holocaust is the solo project of Maurice “Cliteater” of take a wild guess, Cliteater. I’ve never been a big fan of Cliteater nor am I a big fan of

The Chuck Norris Experiment – The Chuck Norris Experiment Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner “When Chuck Norris has sex with a man, it is not because he is gay, but because he has run out of women.” “Filming on location for Walker: Texas Ranger,

Dark Funeral – De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te Domine Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Following a delightful and speedy introduction in Español courtesy of some Chilean in the know, the same diabolic entrance track this band has been using for years plays and to

Curt Shaw – Curt Shaw Review

Synopsis: GUITAR GODZ versus the music fans… Short Review: If you really like the sound of solos, this is your crack. The guy can definitely solo. But the pieces lack anything that makes metal cool

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