Napalm Death – The Code Is Red…Long Live The Code Review

After 20+ years in the business, the name Napalm Death has become synonymous with the terms “death metal” and “grindcore”. And why not? They helped pioneer both styles and have been doing it longer than

Slough Feg – Atavism Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Wow. WOW. WOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. Sorry, I just needed a moment to wipe the drool off my keyboard. Anybody who knows me knows that Slough Feg (formerly known as The Lord Weird

Converge – Petitioning The Empty Sky (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance My introduction to Converge came pretty late in my evolution as a metal fan via a former roommate and current friend. There were two albums in his car’s CD changer

Converge – When Forever Comes Crashing (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Nin Chan This is going to be a hard review for me to write, largely because Converge is a band that has meant very much to me over the past few years.

Wednesday 13 – Transylvania 90210: Songs Of Death, Dying, and the Dead Review

So, just what is a restless frontman to do when his band goes on hiatus? Many times, they’ll go and record a solo album. This can go one of two ways: either it will sound

Neaera – The Rising Tide Of Oblivion Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Over the past year, almost imperceptibly, I’ve become pretty conversant in the area of German metal-core. However, I’m still not able to decide just how I feel about that whole

Buzzoven – Welcome To Violence Review

Originally written by Nin Chan As fellow sludge enthusiasts may know, Buzz*Oven has been defunct since about 2000, its members dispersing into lesser acts such as Weedeater and Watch Them Die. Still, every fallen hero

Green Carnation – The Quiet Offspring Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Green Carnation has been on a slide away from Light of Day, Day of Darkness’ scope and creativity since the moment that project left the pressing plant. As a listener

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