Susperia – Unlimited Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes What the fuck happened here? Last I knew, Susperia was just a melodic death/black metal band featuring Dimmu Borgir’s old drummer, Tjodalv, and former Old Man’s Child member, Memnock. It seems now they’ve actually transformed

Dismember – Where Ironcrosses Grow Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. Dismember were never paid to make music. They were paid to make people FIGHT. So get out your knuckledusters you maggots and get ready for some good, friendly violent fun: Because Dismember have torn into

Crowpath – Old Cuts and Blunt Knives Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Are you a happy-go-lucky type person? Do you like whistling melodies on the way to work and back? If you are, look no further than Swedish “melo-death”. Also, look somewhere

All That Remains – This Darkened Heart Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Well, here it is. The day in which my belief that metalcore could possibly be taken seriously by metalheads everywhere. It’s finally here. I almost want to apologize to the

Sodom – One Night In Bangkok Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. Who’d of thought you could admire someone so much for never giving a fuck. Sodom have had a difficult 20 year career… they’ve been fucked by record companies, beaten to death

Lunaris – Cyclic Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I never did get around to hearing the debut The Infinite, so I was expectant to hear an album that has guest appearances by members of Arcturus, Testament, Dragonlord, Borknagar

Mithras – Worlds Beyond The Veil Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. If words could take revenge on their makers… I’d be a writhing mass of blood, saliva and utter shame this very moment…. for I can still remember the day

Orphaned Land – Mabool: The Story Of The Three Sons Of Seven Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Bands that keep you waiting for an album for an extended period raise the expectations exponentially. Eight years, in my book, definitely epitomizes extended, and Israel’s Orphaned Land has actually made something

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