3 Inches Of Blood – Advance And Vanquish Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett To all the bands out there working on metal albums, just quit right now. Seriously, stop. You’ll never write an album as metal as Advance and Vanquish from 3 Inches

It Dies Today – The Caitiff Choir Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett After label searching for what I have heard was upwards of a year (maybe more), It Dies Today found a suitable home with Trustkill and I have to say I

Blood Duster – Blood Duster Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas It just feels weird to say Blood Duster on “Season of Mist” records, but anyhow here it is and as most Blood Duster fans probably predicted, this is a far

Jag Panzer – Casting The Stones Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. America has certainly had its fair share of first-rate power metal acts, but few of them, however, have been qualified enough to hold a torch to the overlords of the

Wintersun – Wintersun Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. If you could only fathom how floored I was when I learned that members of Rhapsody and Ensiferum had joined forces with the one and only Yngwie J. Malmsteen, to bring forth the super group

Rhapsody of Fire – Symphony of Enchanted Lands II – The Dark Secret Review

Rhapsody is a band so gloriously over the top that a new label had to be created just for them – Hollywood Metal. Never before has that label been more appropriate than on their latest

Man Must Die – Start Killing Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Start Killing is the two megaton bastard child of all things sonically menacing, and it is knocking at your door. Hailing from a land where all things brutal rule the

The Haunted – Revolver Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Apparently The Haunted have kissed and made up with their original vocalist Peter Dolving after Marco Aro decided to call it a day. Besides that shift, not much else has

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