Omnium Gatherum – Years In Waste Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I had really high hopes for this as this Finnish band’s debut, as Spirits and August Light showed the kind of promise that could not only revitalize the melodic death metal scene

Norma Jean – Oh God, The Aftermath Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance I saved a small place in the back of my mind for the anticipation of Norma Jean’s Oh God, the Aftermath. 2003’s Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child was

Paradise Lost – Paradise Lost Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Honesty is a trait I appreciate in a reviewer. If Joe over at OmfgMetalRawks.com is upfront with me concerning his lack up knowledge on a band or genre before he

Draconian – Arcane Rain Fell Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Last year, Sweden’s Draconian tugged lightly on my heart strings with their take on gothic/doom metal. It didn’t fully dance with romantic Goth leanings, but instead draped the sound in a more morose

Trivium – Ascendancy Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon There’s something to be said for arriving fashionably late to the party. The musical equivalent of this would be to jump into a developed genre well into its time in

Nightrage – Descent Into Chaos Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. In every musical walk of life, even when a specific style has evolved from one extreme to the next, it will always eventually come full circle and return to its

Fozzy – All That Remains Review

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Fozzy is back for another round. Long gone are the days of being the long-lost heavy metal band at last freed from Japan, back to reclaim their stolen hits like

Loits – Vere Kutse Kohustab Review

Call in the sub-genre police – I think this is black metal but they might insist it’s pagan metal or some other silly sub-categorization. At any rate, the spirit of Loits is definitely in black

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