Integrity – To Die For Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon With a name like Integrity, you can be pretty sure that you’re dealing with a hardcore band. Reformed and aligned with a new record label, Deathwish Inc., Integrity add another

While Heaven Wept – Of Empires Forlorn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas While Heaven Wept Ep•ic Pronunciation: ‘e-pik Function: adjective Etymology: Latin epicus, from Greek epikos, from epos word, speech, poem — more at VOICE Date: 1589. 1: of, relating to, or

Psycroptic – The Scepter Of The Ancients Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Psycroptic is one of the tightest units I’ve ever heard. Their music isn’t exactly pure death metal; it’s not brutal death; it’s a little thrashy at times, but I wouldn’t

Edge Of Sanity – Crimson II Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon In the eyes of many metalheads, it’s damn near impossible to top Edge of Sanity’s 1996 opus Crimson in terms of epic single-song albums. So, who better to try and

Nightwish – Century Child Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Somehow, Nightwish is one of those bands that, despite a respected discography and large amount of hype, I had never heard. Maybe it’s the fact I’m put off by the

Between The Buried And Me – The Silent Circus Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas This was pretty high on my “anticipated” list, and came with high expectations considering the involvement of Tommy Rodgers and Paul Waggoner from Prayer For Cleansing (some of my favorite

Decrepit Birth – …And Time Begins Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Enter a complete desecration of music as you know it. Enter the total obliteration of traditional music and the supreme rebuild of what death metal is about to become. Enter…..Decrepit

All Out War – Condemned To Suffer Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas In 1998, I dismissed AOW’s “For Those who where Crucified”, as bland hardcore, and to be honest with you, I was mired in Nile worship and had my death metal

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