Horna – Envaatnags Eflos Solf Esgantaavne Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson In a world often fraught with danger and mediocre music, there is something to be said for a release this profoundly average and enjoyable. Embodying the second wave of black

Kamelot – The Black Halo Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. Elevating their songwriting once again to all new breathtaking heights, the undisputed champions of the US power metal circuit are back in all their splendor with yet another ambitious and

Clutch – Robot Hive/Exodus Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson If socks are a commodity that can be rocked, let it be known Clutch has the whole top drawer on its feet. At this point in the game the band’s

Beecher – This Elegy, His Autopsy Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. Y’know how it seems like some bands have that one album that changes everything for them without really changing that much at all? Well, this might be the one for Beecher.

Hour Of Penance – Pageantry For Martyrs Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Hour of Penance, an Italian brutal death quintet, have most assuredly avoided the sophomore slump by unleashing Pageantry for Martyrs, which proves to be potent for those who fancy the subgenre

Masacre – Total Death Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Brutal death metal incumbents Masacre have returned to office for the first time in many years, and Total Death is quite an accomplishment. But, as is the case with their Xtreem Music (great label

Iommi – Fused Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Being a true believer in the drive-by review, here I go… Finding hard rock worth listening to in today’s music scene is an exercise in futility. Those both brave and

In Flames – Lunar Strain (Remastered) Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Few bands engender as much controversy and incite as much scorn as In Flames has in the past few years. After releasing four of the most influential albums in the melodic death

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