Between The Buried And Me – Alaska Review

Drew Ailes’s take: Alright, here it goes. Anyone who’s read any of my reviews knows how much I hate albums that overstay their welcome. Needless to say, when I saw the playing time of 53

End Of Level Boss – Prologue Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. I was way off on this. I know it’s not good to judge a band by their name, but I thought I’d be getting something like Genghis Tron because End of Level Boss appears

Swallow The Sun – Ghosts Of Loss Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson There are among us men born with the will to create, and available to these souls are many roads; roads that do not all lead to desirable ends. Nowhere are

Centinex – World Declension Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Reviewing a band such as Centinex is always a pleasure; it’s damn near a guarantee that I won’t be disappointed with what I hear. I might even thoroughly enjoy it and think

Freakazo!d – Allarme Rosso… Attacco Della Terra Review

“Freakazoid” was a mid-90s cartoon about a teen named Dexter who was transformed into a crazy superhero thanks to some sort of weird computer virus. The blue-skinned, big-haired Freakazoid combined the typical Warner Bros. comedy

Twilight – Twilight Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Is it safe to come out now? Ever since I heard the first few notes of Twilight, I’ve been hiding under my bed. For BM fans, the culmination of some of


Yob – The Unreal Never Lived Review

Geez, for a band that spends a fair amount of time playing so slowly, YOB sure works quickly.  Beginning with their sophomore effort in 2003, not a year has gone by without another offering of mountainous modern

Animosity – Empires Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Black Market Activities’ Animosity (like most BMA bands) resides somewhere in the grey area that is the constantly debated and always illusive intersection of metal and hardcore. As bands like Despised Icon, the Black

Browse Categories