Tyranny – Tides Of Awakening Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. I have yet to meet anyone – in person or in cyberspace – who considers his/her favorite style of music to be funeral doom metal. So, it follows that nobody

Impaled Nazarene – Death Comes In 26 Carefully Selected Pieces Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Fifteen years is a long time for a band to rip down the same path whether they enjoy playing the material at this point or not. To still produce this

Helloween – Keeper Of The Seven Keys: The Legacy Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Helloween are past their creative peak. That’s obvious. And so, like many creatively bankrupt act’s have done, they’ve decided to pillage their back catalog in hopes of capitalizing on their

Cryptopsy – Once Was Not Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. Cryptopsy. I’m willing to bet this is a name you’ve all heard. If a genre as deliberately obscurist and inaccessible as technical death metal can have a public face, this

Old Man’s Child – Vermin Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. The members of Old Man’s Child and Dimmu Borgir are so incestuous it’s astounding. Plus, I’ve always thought that the two aforementioned bands share so many characteristics that they practically walk hand-in-hand with one

King’s X – Ogre Tones Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance It’s an unsettling sort of honor to review a King’s X album. While I’m not entirely familiar with their catalog, I’ve heard enough to develop a healthy reverence for this

Age Of Silence – Complications – Trilogy Of Intricacy Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Acceleration was my favorite album of 2004, which means that I was the obvious choice to review the latest incarnation from the supergroup Age of Silence. A little over a year since

Exodus – Shovel Headed Kill Machine Review

Clay Moore’s take: You’d think that after Exodus unleashed the expectation decimating Tempo of the Damned that the faith of the metal community would be squarely in the band’s corner. Instead, some have voiced doubts about whether the band

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