Borknagar – Epic Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Oh, Borknagar, what changes hast thou seen? From the self-titled debut to this new offering, Epic, it’s as though you’re listening to an entirely new band. With only one original member to

Krieg – The Black House Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I’ve been curiously entertained by some US black metal of late, as Forest of Impaled, Fall of the Bastards and Veneficum have delivered some material worthy of their European counterparts

Vehemence – Helping The World To See Review

originally written by Daniel Martinez I’ll let the proverbial cat out of the bag, for the zero of you who care: I’m not a big fan of Death Metal. In fact, it is one of

Pro-Pain – Fistful of Hate Review

Another year, another Pro-Pain album. These guys keep putting out albums about as regularly as Iron Maiden albums get reissued. That’s not a complaint, just an observation. Now calling Candlelight Records their home both stateside

Sceptic – Unbeliever`s Script Review

It’s been a while. Somehow Sceptic got passed to me, after a few weeks of music that was making me rethink my whole devotion to guitars in general. I am very happy to say that

Necrophagia – Goblins Be Thine Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Do people really like this band? Is there really a large demand for this? I mean I’m no huge fan of any of the multitude of the Killjoy/Frediablo side projects

Ayreon – The Human Equation Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Ayreon is nothing if not over the top. From sprawling lengthy tunes to grandiose and psychedelic arrangements, it only seems appropriate that the music be rooted firmly in spaced out themes. The

UFO – You Are Here Review

UFO is a band that really needs no introduction, but I’ll give a brief one anyway. Formed in 1969 by vocalist Phil Mogg, drummer Andy Parker, guitarist Mick Bolton, and bassist Pete Way, they immediately

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