Confessor – Unraveled Review

Long thought dead, North Carolina’s Confessor has arisen, rolled away the stone and reemerged to walk the earth. In a thrust of cruel irony, what inspired the band’s reincarnation was the death of guitarist Ivan Colon. The

Jon Oliva’s Pain – ‘Tage Mahal Review

It’s been just about a year since this album was released in Europe, so why not commemorate the occasion with this long overdue review? This is the latest solo endeavor by Savatage vocalist/keyboardist and man-Mountain

Ringworm – Justice Replaced By Revenge Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance I can’t quite put my finger on it, but there’s something undeniably remarkable about this release. I could give an honest review of Ringworm’s Justice Replaced By Revenge, and easily

Tyranny – Tides Of Awakening Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. I have yet to meet anyone – in person or in cyberspace – who considers his/her favorite style of music to be funeral doom metal. So, it follows that nobody

Impaled Nazarene – Death Comes In 26 Carefully Selected Pieces Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Fifteen years is a long time for a band to rip down the same path whether they enjoy playing the material at this point or not. To still produce this

Helloween – Keeper Of The Seven Keys: The Legacy Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Helloween are past their creative peak. That’s obvious. And so, like many creatively bankrupt act’s have done, they’ve decided to pillage their back catalog in hopes of capitalizing on their

Cryptopsy – Once Was Not Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. Cryptopsy. I’m willing to bet this is a name you’ve all heard. If a genre as deliberately obscurist and inaccessible as technical death metal can have a public face, this

Old Man’s Child – Vermin Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. The members of Old Man’s Child and Dimmu Borgir are so incestuous it’s astounding. Plus, I’ve always thought that the two aforementioned bands share so many characteristics that they practically walk hand-in-hand with one

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