Prostitute Disfigurement – Deeds Of Derangement Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Check the band name: that’s right, Prostitute Disfigurement. Check the cover: Giger-ish alien zombie thingy crouching over a naked, no-doubt recently violated, and bleeding buxom babe. Check out the song

Dew Scented – Impact Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon 2003 has been a big year for the modern thrash sub-genre (also known as the Swedish thrash sound) with releases from stalwarts like The Haunted and Carnal Forge, and up-and-comers

Morbid Angel – Heretic Review

I just assume most of the people who populate a site called “Metal Review” have some passing experience with Morbid Angel. I would think everyone has heard a few of their records and is familiar

Ulver – A Quick Fix Of Melancholy Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Ulver is a band best known for their ability to keep their fans on their toes. You can never be too sure of what you’re going to get with each

Animosity – Shut It Down Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Just when I think hardcore is getting stale, and I’m waiting for that one album that will officially declare hardcore a dead genre, along comes San Francisco’s Animosity with an

Superjoint Ritual – A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . and here we go. Superjoint Ritual is the umpteenth metal project of Phil Anselmo, but it’s his primary focus right now. Neither groove-laden

Arch Enemy – Anthems Of Rebellion Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. After the initial shock of recruiting a singer who is as beautiful as she is deadly on the mic, Arch Enemy needed an album to let the world know that

Skepticism – Farmakon Review

Funeral doom is a whole area of music I am more or less unfamiliar with, apart from a little My Dying Bride – if they are even considered funeral doom. So with this release from

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