King Diamond – Deadly Lullabyes Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. Over the past two decades the emperor of all that is eerie has unleashed quite the bizarre, yet widely acclaimed body of work; both with Mercyful Fate and the band that shares his alias, King

Unleashed – Sworn Allegiance Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Unleashed have released another album. And the primary question is, what does this band have to offer you that their peers don’t. Anything? Of course, there is the nostalgia factor, but

Anorexia Nervosa – Redemption Process Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Flying in the face of what Bill O’Reilly and the FOXNews crew preach, there ARE good things coming out of France. Exhibit #1 is this ferocious slab of black metal,

Cruachan – Pagan Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I just don’t know what to make out of Ireland’s Cruachan. With their gritty but promising 1995 debut album, Tuatha Na Gael, they seemed poised to open up a new

Mithras – Forever Advancing Legions (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Mithraism, the antiquated religion devoted to war god Mithras, is now but a shadow of its former self. Even as far as ancient mythologies go, it’s really obscure. However, 4000

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

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