All Out War – Condemned To Suffer Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas In 1998, I dismissed AOW’s “For Those who where Crucified”, as bland hardcore, and to be honest with you, I was mired in Nile worship and had my death metal

Macabre – Murder Metal Review

Rock music has a long and hallowed tradition of mocking itself. Metal has kept that tradition alive in the form of bands like SOD, Gwar, Spazztic Blur, OLD, Lawnmower Death…on and on. It’s appropriate and

Six Feet Under – Bringer Of Blood Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Ohhh yahhhh another Six Feet Under record. Don’t expect much. Don’t expect half of what True Carnage was. While True Carnage was somewhat entertaining because of Barnes’ return to his

Iron Maiden – Dance of Death Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman After 20 plus years and 13 studio albums later the Iron Maiden tour de force return with the follow up to 2000’s epically dominate, Brave New World. An album that

Virus – Carheart Review

I’ve come to expect two things from Jester Records. First, Jester albums will never ever come out on time, or even anywhere near the original estimate. Second, they are, without exception, worth the wait. The

Kayo Dot – Choirs Of the Eye Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Whatever expectations you may have for Kayo Dot’s Choirs of the Eye, throw them away. This is not going to be anything like you’ve imagined. Past releases by maudlin of the

Zyklon – Aeon Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Everyone’s 2nd-favorite band named after poison gas (#1 = the legendary Napalm Death, for those not up on their WW2 history) has returned in 2003 to show the metal masses

Tiamat – Prey Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Tiamat is not a band for the image-obsessed metalhead. With themes that mostly revolve around love and emotion, their image is almost anti-metal, in that every song isn’t about sheer aggression,

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