Krisiun – AssassiNation Review

Synopsis: This is Krisiun. They have several records out, and they play fast-to-blast technical Death Metal, record it perfectly, release it to us and don’t fuck around. Review: I happen to think this band is

Helrunar – Frostnacht Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner I’ve been struggling with this particular band for some time now. I can’t really place my finger on it, but there’s something about this band that eludes me. Helrunar doesn’t

In Flames – Come Clarity Review

Dave Pirtle’s take: Good news – this ain’t Soundtrack To Your Escape Bad news – this ain’t The Jester Race And you know what? You just might like it anyway. I’ve already seen this album called a

Himsa – Hail Horror Review

Originally written by Ben Graves. I hate reviewing albums that I’m indifferent to, and Himsa’s Hail Horror, the followup to 2003’s Courting Tragedy And Disaster, falls squarely into that category. Hail Horror isn’t an awful release by any stretch of

Nachtmystium – Nachtmystium Review

originally written by ZD Smith Nachtmystium is a band which has been receiving an awful lot of press lately, and I don’t know why. I don’t want you to misunderstand me; they (or at least

Hate – Anaclasis: A Haunting Gospel Of Malice & Hatred Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner Well damn, it seems Poland has done it again. Not one to rest on their laurels for long, Hate are back on the Polish scene after 2003’s release Awakening of

Vore – Maleficus Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson For the uninitiated, the cult status of 2001’s Lord of Storms cemented this band as American death metal heavy hitters; it also raised the bar of expectation considerably for their

Eternity Void – To Conjure Black Circles Review

Synopsis: Zero bullshit Black Thrash, well performed and produced… Review: This is a breath of fresh air. Well, the putrid stench of decadence is probably more accurate, but after some of the garbage wafting its way

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