Crionics – Armageddon’s Evolution Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Now this is what I like to hear. Polish blackened death metal, or vise verse—whichever you prefer—played with a level of speed, aggression, and coherency matched by few since the days of Emperor’s IX

Entombed – Unreal Estate Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Now here’s an interesting concept for you. You take a group of classic death metal misfits, place them on stage in front a crowd of Swedish socialites at the Stockholm

Impaled – Death After Life Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Even if you’re not a fan of the genre, you certainly know the album art: intestines curled into pus-covered piles or hanging from the mouth of a toilet (probably filled

Enthroned – Xes Haereticum Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Enthroned is generally the kind of second tier, post Darkthrone, corpse paint wearing, production starved black metal I don’t care for, so when given this to review my eyes rolled

Chuck Schuldiner – Zero Tolerance Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance For fans of death metal, it’s nearly impossible to not be intrigued by the pre-history of Death. For a band of such lasting importance, it’s entirely fitting that their back

Darkthrone – Sardonic Wrath Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. Ah yes, Darkthrone; a black metal elitist’s wet dream come true. Not only are they Norway’s most tr00 of the tr00 and kvlt of the kvlt, they also happen to be

OM – Variations On A Theme

Originally written by Drew Ailes Who knew you could achieve such a full sound with only bass and drums? Al Cisneros and Chris Hakius did, presumably through their work with the immense and highly respected

Tristania – Ashes Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. When the multifaceted Morten Veland resigned his position as chief composer in the widely acclaimed Norwegian goth outfit Tristania to focus all of his energy into his new brainchild Sirenia, the remaining members

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