Naglfar – Diabolical (Reissue) Review

Naglfar. I think at some point I had listened to a used CD by this band and put it back without buying it. But I can’t say for sure – there are a shitload of

Damageplan – New Found Power Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Oh please protect our innocent ears! Damage Plan’s New Found Power has every little swear werd erased out in a shotty fucking effort to either make the kids want the “explicit version” or

Darkane – Rusted Angel (Remastered & Reissued) Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Oh you gotta love re-releases. They are commonly reissued w/ a half-assed re-mastering job, “bonus” tracks, and additional or new artwork. It’s the same album you already have only it’s

Exodus – Tempo of the Damned Review

Well over a decade since the poorly received Force of Habit, Exodus delivers their long-awaited follow-up/comeback album, Tempo of the Damned. Released in Europe two years to the day of the death of original vocalist

Deicide – Scars Of The Crucifix Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Blah blah Deicide have sucked for a few albums, blah blah Benton joins Vital Remains, blah Dechristianize, one of the best death metal albums of 2003, blah blah Deicide signs

Symphorce – Twice Second Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Symphorce is a band whose previous effort didn’t really impress me all that much. I like coming into an album not expecting much, then getting pleasantly surprised, as was the case

Scarve – Irradiant Review

Scarve is a french progmelothrash band, or so it says in their bio. I disagree, sort of. The melodic parts of the band are very elegantly covered by the vicious power of the songs, and

Gothic Knights – Up From The Ashes Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Is it 1987? Oh, wait no, no, no, not at all. After examining my calendar, making a couple phone calls, and referencing various news sites I have discovered in fact

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