Vader – Blood Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Another year and another release from Poland’s most prolific death metal act. Blood is the 63rd MCD released by Vader, but for the avid fan, it’s still a worthwhile pick

Forgotten Tomb – Springtime Depression Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I like doom metal. I like black metal. Then why am I not totally feeling this? A one-man project (red flag) by one Italian gentleman by the name of Herr

Moonspell – The Antidote Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon It’s how the same old thing can look in a different light. I was first introduced to Portugal’s Moonspell last year with their release Darkness and Hope. Apparently, it did

Shai Hulud – That Within Blood Ill-Tempered Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas “Rest assured, this is sincere, this is true”. Never have truer words been spoken, and as those words signal the beginning of Shai Hulud’s eagerly anticipated, much delayed second album,

Mnemic – Mechanical Spin Phenomena Review

I like this CD. It’s not great, but I like it. It’s probably Metalcore with a few keyboard noises. It might even be NuMetal, if you still believe in that shit. It’s got a little

Krisiun – Works of Carnage Review

As much as I don’t get into black metal bands, I DO get into death metal bands, so reviewing a CD by Krisiun is just as problematic but for the opposite reason. My intellectual side

Canvas Solaris – Spacial Design Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Where do I start? Georgia’s Canvas Solaris is purely instrumental visage not dissimilar to Gordian Knot, but with a different approach to their particular delivery of cosmic themed cerebral instrumentation.

Machine Head – Through The Ashes Of Empires Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Robb Flynn and the boys have returned for a fifth round and there are some welcomed changes afoot. Even Robb admitted that 2001’s Supercharger was a flop, perhaps slightly due

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