Throne Of Katarsis – Helvete: Det Iskalde Mørket Review

Originally written by Kris Yancey Truncated review: The band’s from Norway, the album’s in black and white, they’re covered in corpsepaint, sing about cold winds and blasphemy, and they have the word “Throne” in the

Black Witchery – Upheaval Of Satanic Might Review

Originally written by Nin Chan I still remember, quite vividly, the day that Black Witchery first invaded my pathetic, insignificant existence. I was a green, brash and impetuous young black metal enthusiast penning verbose reviews

Isole – Forevermore Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Here’s more quality doom from Herr Ola Blomkvist and I Hate Records, a label that is quickly solidifying its position as one of the most exciting young labels on European

Inquisition – Magnificent Glorification Of Lucifer Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Here’s a memo from yours truly: black metal bands, take notes from Inquisition. This is what black metal SHOULD sound like now, and always. Cold, disaffected, unearthly, trancelike, ritualistic, totally

Love In The Time Of Cholera – The Sun Through Glass Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes I’m going to do everyone a favor and be brutally honest from start to finish. I’ve done fifteen reviews this month. At least half of them haven’t been too good.

Thralldom – Black Sun Resistance Review

Originally written by Nin Chan The Noo Yawk blasphemer known as Ryan Lipynsky is apparently a man of many moods – while his main focus, Unearthly Trance, comfortably reside amongst the upper echelon of today’s


Bucket Full Of Teeth – IV Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas This is the swan song release from this short-lived and forgetful if rather cool named spazz/noise/grind/powercore/punk band formed by members of Orchid and the equally unimpressive Transistor, Transistor. Twelve short spurts of brittle, dissonant

Acid King – III Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Acid King have always kicked your hiney. To longstanding admirers of this frighteningly dense, heavy outfit, this truth has always been as irrefutable as gravity, the power trio searing paths

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