GWAR – Beyond Hell Review

Originally written by Jon Eardley Ever since being condemned to planet Earth many, many years ago, Gwar has never really been about the music. Their true calling is in their shocking appearance and their extremely

Bolesno Grinje – Od Nesvijesti Do Grinda Review

Synopsis: Punkrock grindcore that even hints at black metal… I could only find their pic on their label site, so I am flying utterly blind, here, but I think what we have is some vicious South

Xasthur – Subliminal Genocide Review

How excited one gets in regards to Subliminal Genocide depends entirely on what side of the fence you stand when it comes to Xasthur‘s prolific works. Over the past 10 years, Malefic has produced two

Thy Disease – Rat Age Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Do you like crushing death metal from Polish stalwarts such as Vader, Behemoth, Decapitated, Lost Soul, and others? If so, have you ever wondered what would happen if a band were to take that

Eyes of Ligeia – A Fever Which Would Cling To Thee Forever Review

One gets the distinct feeling that this meeting happened someplace horrifically dark and hateful–a place you wouldn’t want to go without a floodlight and a baseball bat. Somewhere, in fact, like what must lay just

Elysium – Godfather Review

Melodic death metal is a dish best served cold, because it hasn’t been hot for five years. (rimshot) Seriously, if you have Carnal Forge, Dew Scented, Arch Enemy, and any of the millions of almost

Unexpect – In A Flesh Aquarium Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner It finally happened. With as much experience as I’ve had with extreme metal, with as many bands as I’ve heard and as many albums I own, I’ve finally found a

Jeff Walker Und Die Fluffers – Welcome to Carcass Cuntry Review

What was the first thing you said to yourself after ex-Carcass vocalist/bassist Jeff Walker announced he has going to record and release a collection of country songs done metal style? If you’re like me, you

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