Peccatum – The Moribund People Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. At and around the time period just before the conception of IX Equilibrium, Emperor frontman Ihsahn found experimental escape through his then new side project, Peccatum. However, upon the release of IX Equilibrium, it was

Caliban Vs. Heaven Shall Burn – The Split Program II Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Before dueling with this specific release, I had no idea that Caliban and Heaven Shall Burn had collaborated with each other, let alone that they had previously released The Split Program some four years earlier. But,

Ulver – Blood Inside Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Jumping into the history of a band like Ulver is pointless. Those familiar with the band will skip it to get to the meat of the review while those unfamiliar simply won’t

Naglfar – Pariah Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. With the critical eye of every bloodthirsty Dissection devotee fixed steadily within its plane, supposed clone Naglfar invites you to feast upon another slab of melodic black metal courtesy of its fourth full-length, Pariah. Those

Circle Of Dead Children – Zero Comfort Margin Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. At this point in my life, I tend to identify with the imagery that this band’s moniker constructs. In other words, children just piss me off. Thus, I was elated

Opeth – Ghost Reveries Review

Jason Jordan’s take: Unless you’ve never even heard of the Internet, you know what’s going on within the Opeth camp. They’re signed to Roadrunner Records, their latest offering is titled Ghost Reveries, and it leaked about a month

Vio-Lence – Eternal Nightmare (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson If you are one of the idiots who paid through the nose for a copy of this much celebrated…thrashterpiece…it is my pleasure to point out that patience once again returned

The Black Dahlia Murder – Miasma Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Is it just me, or are bands releasing shorter albums these days…and getting away with it? I mean, Miasma only reaches the thirty-three minute mark by way of ten songs. At any

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