Acid King – III Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Acid King have always kicked your hiney. To longstanding admirers of this frighteningly dense, heavy outfit, this truth has always been as irrefutable as gravity, the power trio searing paths

Running Wild – Rogues En Vogue Review

Running Wild is one of the last of a dying breed – a band that keeps on chugging solely on the support of their fans. No big concert tours, no multi-page spreads in major magazines,

Cobalt – War Metal Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas In a concerted effort to bring the “metal” back to MetalReview (according to you, the readers), I give you Cobalt, just what you all need to recover from the System of a

Candlemass – Candlemass Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Do you recall the days before you became a full-fledged metal aficionado, before you became a know-it-all with a sizeable amount of disposable income (and/or an expansive disc drive)? When

System Of A Down – Mezmerize Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes When I was hanging out with this group of guys I used to smoke pot with, I was exposed to a wide variety of radio rock/metal. From Crazy Town to Nonpoint, I heard

Aborted – The Archaic Abattoir Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Aborted seems to have abandoned the mission statement. You know, the one the goes like … Here at Carcass Lust Inc., we pledge to bring you the highest quality facsimile

Sentenced – The Funeral Album Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon All good things must come to an end. As the name of the album makes clear, Sentenced is putting the band to rest after this album on their own terms. After over

The Esoteric – With the Sureness of Sleepwalking Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I hate to further increase this site’s plethora of ‘core related reviews, but when a band features members of Coalesce (guitarist Cory White) andToday Is The Day (drummer Marshall Kilpatric), I kinda took

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