Nightrage – Descent Into Chaos Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. In every musical walk of life, even when a specific style has evolved from one extreme to the next, it will always eventually come full circle and return to its

Fozzy – All That Remains Review

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Fozzy is back for another round. Long gone are the days of being the long-lost heavy metal band at last freed from Japan, back to reclaim their stolen hits like

Loits – Vere Kutse Kohustab Review

Call in the sub-genre police – I think this is black metal but they might insist it’s pagan metal or some other silly sub-categorization. At any rate, the spirit of Loits is definitely in black

Soilwork – Stabbing The Drama Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Soilwork had a lot of catching up to do when the first arrived on the Swedish metal scene in 1998. Fellow countrymen In Flames and Dark Tranquillity were already deep

Ghost Machinery – Haunting Remains Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas We interrupt your high quality metal reviews to bring you this 63 minute opus of bland Finnish power metal. I had moderate hopes for this after label mates Unchained’s superb

Mourning Beloveth – A Murderous Circus Review

originally written by Nick Kulczycki It’s about time someone released a good doom death album! Grau Records out of Germany was fortunate enough to release Mourning Beloveth‘s fifth Studio album, A Murderous Circus, which is

Belphegor – Goatreich-Fleshcult Review

originally written by Nick Kulczycki Belphegor have once again bridged the sounds of black metal and death metal into a formidable commodity, on their 5th album that is Goat Reich Flesh Cult. Belphegor have once

Judas Priest – Angel Of Retribution Review

“What have you achieved? Now you’re old. Did you fulfill ambition?”–“Run of the Mill”, 1974 “The Painkiller rises again”–“Demonizer”, 2005 The wait is over. After fifteen years, Judas Priest has given the fans what they want. Few

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