Impellitteri – Pedal To The Metal Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. I admittedly have very little knowledge in regards to the history of Impellitteri. The few releases that I have actually heard, 1992’s Grin And Bear It and 1994’s Answer To The Master (both with the

Arch Enemy – Doomsday Machine Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan.   Yes Michael Amott can shred with the best of them, but does it really matter when the songwriting abilities just aren’t there? In case you haven’t noticed by now,

Minsk – Out Of A Center Which Is Neither Dead Nor Alive Review

When members of Illinois’ Minsk are asked why they chose to name their band after a city in Belarus (which should happen, oh, just about every single interview for the rest of their lives), they speak about

Flotsam and Jetsam – Dreams Of Death Review

The long-serving Flotsam and Jetsam return a little older and weathered, but steadfast in their role among the keepers of the flame. Like most, I became interested in F&J in 1987, when nearly all metal fans were ravenous for

Beneath The Massacre – Evidence Of Inequity Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Man, talk about a landslide. In the previous Mp3 War, Beneath the Massacre laid waste to both Ritual Carnage and Slowmotion Apocalypse with minuscule resistance. Furthermore, after spinning Evidence of Inequity numerous times, I can see why. However

Chimaira – Self Titled Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon After completely turning the sophomore slump on its head and winning my most-improved band award of 2003, Ohio’s Chimaira have returned for their 3rd Roadrunner release. They are back with more of the

Darkest Hour – Undoing Ruin Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. I’ve heard it said that this American five-piece is doing “nothing groundbreaking, nothing exciting.” What’s more groundbreaking and exciting in a bloated melodic death scene than a release that stands

Nevermore – Enemies Of Reality (Remixed) Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson With the release of This Godless Endeavor it seems only appropriate that the patched up version of an album that didn’t quite get a fair shake the first time around

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