Goatsnake -1/Dog Days Split CD Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Oh Southern Lord, you big beautiful lovers of all things doom and stoner oriented. Sometimes I don’t know what I’d do without you consistently giving us fantastic music. Re-enter Goatsnake, a

Dream Evil – The Book Of Heavy Metal Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. I’m sure everyone’s pretty much happy about this fact, but here it is: power metal is dying. Some would argue that it’s been dead for quite some time, but to

Drowningman – Learn To Let It Go Review

Originally written by Andy Smyth Ah hardcore…the genre of music that has definitely seen its heyday. Many a band has since treaded on this style of music and given us their interpretation. That wasn’t enough…bands

Napalm Death – Leaders Not Followers: Part 2 Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Kicking off with a Cryptic Slaughter cover, how can an album possibly go wrong? It can’t. Napalm Death, a band that could be paid tribute to themselves, cover a variety of classic punk,

The Amenta – Occasus Review

There have been some masterful records released this year, especially in the last few months. Mastodon, Lamb of God, Dillinger Escape Plan…but, with all due respect to the music on those discs, I may be

Therion – Lemuria/Sirius B Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Therion have always been ambitious and now with the 2 album release (the albums are not available separately) of Lemuria/Sirius B, Christofer Johnsson and Co. have outdone themselves. That’s not

Zebulon Pike – And Blood Was Passion Review

Dude, fuckin‘, Zebulon Pike, dude. It’s like, fuckin’ A man, fuckin‘, dude. It’s like, rock on man. Serious. Dude, just like, Sabbath only without the singing, right? But really fucking long. Like forever. Fuckin’ trip,

Ancient – Night Visit Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Look who decided to stop by. It’s Ancient, a once legendary band I declared to have become one of the most ridiculous and piss-poor acts in all of black metal. I’d

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