Wednesday 13 – Fang Bang Review

Where does one begin when discussing Wednesday 13? Well, he’s a character, that’s for sure. But, lest I repeat anything I may have said in my review of his debut solo album Transylvania 90210, I’ll

Napalm Death – Smear Campaign Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: It’s Napalm Death, what are you expecting here? Review: I really enjoyed The Code is Red, Long Live the Code, but for whatever reason, Smear Campaign, despite all its classic blasting, screaming, ranting,

Rotten Sound – Consume To Contaminate Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner While Sweden and Finland are no stranger to the extreme metal community as a whole, I’d venture to say this is primarily because of the insanely well known close ties

Gadget – The Funeral March Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner For those of you who’ve been keeping track, this album has been sitting in my to-do pile for far too long. In a lot of ways though, I’m glad for

Suffocation – Suffocation Review

Doug Moore’s take: As I see it, there are two ways of looking at 2006 for death metal as a genre. On one hand, you could decry the lack of significant stylistic innovation from younger

Gwynbleidd – Amarantine Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: Opeth with a celtic/folk lean from…….Brooklyn, New York… Review: There are some bands that try to create their own sound, bands that forge their own genre and ignore the influence

Across Tundras – Dark Songs Of The Prairie Review

originally written by Jim Brandon It’s fair to say I go a little overboard on the adjectives in some of my reviews, and if there was ever and album to give the creative treatment to,

Enthrallment – Smashed Brain Collection Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner Before now I wasn’t too familiar with Grind Ethic, but now Enthrallment has me browsing their back catalogue looking for more death metal diamonds in the rough. As a rule of

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