Neurosis – The Eye Of Every Storm Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Why has it taken so long for me to write this review? I’ll tell you why. I keep falling asleep. With the shifting ambience of an oncoming storm (pun intended),

The Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Chances are, with this highly anticipated album being out for a while now, that any pointless, verbose spewing on my behalf won’t sway your opinion of this record. More than

Azrael – Into Shadows Act II: Through Horned Shadows Glimpse Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett What a stellar year for black metal this has been. Already receiving solid new releases from 1349, Mayhem, Leviathan, and Blut Aus Nord, we are yet again blessed by the

Draconian – Where Lovers Mourn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Tearful and melancholy Gothic Death/doom metal is the order of the day for Sweden’s Draconian, and while by no means original, fans of Theatre of Tragedy, Tristania, Sins of Thy

Blut Aus Nord – The Work Which Transforms God Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance I am just a casual fan of black metal. I have a begrudging respect for the genre, but for the most part I focus my energy elsewhere. However, I do

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

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