As I Lay Dying – Shadows Are Security Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Like Erik Thomas, I do consider myself to be a metalcore connoisseur. So, naturally, when the opportunity to review the latest from As I Lay Dying arose, I fought Erik to the

Bear Vs. Shark – Terrorhawk Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Ah, yet another chance for our readers to cry foul at an obvious non-metal album being reviewed at our site. A lot of you probably wonder how we get these.

DevilDriver – The Fury Of Our Maker’s Hand Review

It was about a year and a half ago that I got this site’s community’s collective panties in a bunch – readers and staffers alike – by praising DevilDriver’s self-titled debut. Many of them were

Nachtmystium – Eulogy IV Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson A reissue of the most recent release form U.S. black metal warriors Nachtmystium, Southern Lord has picked up this limited run and juiced it up with extra material for one

Subterranean Masquerade – Suspended Animation Dreams Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Here’s an album of well played, pristinely produced music that I can’t entirely get into. Featuring members of November’s Doom and Epoch of Unlight, Subterranean Masquerade are a progressive metal

Apocalyptica – Reflections Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Should this be reviewed here? Not only will it arouse the “This is not metal” elitists, but also the anti reissue league, as this is a re-release of the bands

Deeds Of Flesh – Crown Of Souls Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. Deeds of Flesh are nothing if not consistent. After a third consecutive two-year wait, the long-running Californian deathsters have produced another collection of technical blasting metal, and this year’s title Crown of

Dew Scented – Issue VI Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Pure thrash from newer bands is nonexistent. Instead, we’re offered bands like The Haunted, Shadows Fall, Lamb of God, and, as pertains to this review, Dew-Scented, all of whom produce music that’s neither death

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