Tsjuder – Desert Northern Hell Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes This is exactly what I’ve wanted. Incredibly hard and barbaric black metal, produced accordingly without having some sort of huge bombastic sound, and Norway’s Tsjuder brings it. Everything about Desert Northern Hell is forceful

Dying Passion – Sweet Disillusions Review

Originally written by Andy Smyth Dying Passion is a Czech group, easily comparable to the likes of Nightwish, After Forever, and Lacuna Coil, that are looking to etch their notch in this popular brand of female

Edguy – Hellfire Club Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance In the beginning, there was nothing. A swirling maelstrom of gases and light. Then there was Edguy. And Edguy rocked. Really, really, hard. All things sprung forth from Edguy…all things

Pyramaze – Melancholy Beast Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. This may come off as being completely arrogant or cocky, but many consider me to be a metal guru of sorts and, for the most part, I would have to agree

Drawn And Quartered – Return Of The Black Death Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I’ll admit it, I thought Drawn and Quartered’s last effort Extermination Revelry, was a pretty average borderline piss poor gurgling, brutal death metal prolapsed, despite the James Murphy engineering job.

Jesu – Jesu Review

Originally written by Andy Smyth If you are a fan of the Hydrahead label, then Jesu is a must own. Yet another Neurosis / ISIS style band, you can even compare them to Godflesh, especially since this

King Diamond – Deadly Lullabyes Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. Over the past two decades the emperor of all that is eerie has unleashed quite the bizarre, yet widely acclaimed body of work; both with Mercyful Fate and the band that shares his alias, King

Unleashed – Sworn Allegiance Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Unleashed have released another album. And the primary question is, what does this band have to offer you that their peers don’t. Anything? Of course, there is the nostalgia factor, but

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