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

Discordance Axis – Our Last Day Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes I’m going to make this review relatively short and sweet. Don’t buy this. Even if you’re into noise. Now, I think Hydrahead is a great label and everything. Don’t get

The Red Chord – Clients Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes After a slight line-up change, Boston’s The Red Chord have returned with their sophomore release, this time on Metal Blade. I always went back and forth on their first album, Fused Together In

Summon – Fallen Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Dear Belial, this is a scorcher of a record. The agenda here, for those of you as yet unacquainted with this veteran band, is blowtorch, bone-crushing unabashedly AMERICAN death metal

Porcupine Tree – Deadwing Review

If you’ve been a metal fan at any point during this millennium, chances are good you’ve heard of Porcupine Tree. Chances are equally good that you’ve also heard them, whether you found them on their

Circa Survive – Juturna Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes It’s always nice when we get something different than the usual run-of-the-mill gargling death metal, poorly recorded black metal, and the latest Metal Blade signing of the metalcore moment. Not

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

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