Hatebreed – The Rise Of Brutality Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Ah yes, Hatebreed, a band that has been a flashpoint of sorts for discriminating metalheads lately. Lambasted by some for being the leaders of the new wave of chug-heavy, mosh-ready

Watch Them Die – Watch Them Die Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas This is gonna disappoint a lot of people, so if you have already brought into this band’s hype and are satisfied; go for it. Me? After initial excitement and general

Fu Manchu – Go For It…Live! Review

SPV seems to have developed a thing for double live albums lately. First it was Annihilator, then Kreator, Life of Agony, and Sodom. Now we have this two disc set from desert rockers (their word,

Asmegin – Hin Vordende Sod & Sø Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence Folk Metal is a tricky genre; you either love it, hate it, or have no clue it exists. It is certainly one of the less explored sub-genres of Metal, and

Life of Agony – River Runs Again Live 2003 Review

A brief history for the uninitiated: Life of Agony was a hardcore band from New York that didn’t really sound like their contemporaries. While many of them wrote about the streets, violence, and social outrage,

Monolithe – I Review

One long track. Not exactly a fresh concept anymore, but there we are. Personally I never got the point of an hour long song, but that’s just me. Ever since my review of Skepticism there

Dream Theater – Train Of Thought Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. If you’ve enjoyed Dream Theater’s music during any of their previous phases, on any of their past albums, you were probably as dismayed as I was upon hearing the leadoff

Integrity – To Die For Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon With a name like Integrity, you can be pretty sure that you’re dealing with a hardcore band. Reformed and aligned with a new record label, Deathwish Inc., Integrity add another

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