The Ravenous – Blood Delirium Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Long delayed album number 2 from The Ravenous and what more would you expect from a project combining Chris Reifert (Autopsy, Abscess), Killjoy (Necrophagia), Danny Coralles (Abscess), Clint Bower (Abscess)

Soilwork – The Early Chapters Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon For the devoted Soilwork fan, Listenable Records has released this EP composed of various Japanese bonus tracks and other hard-to-find extras that appeared on worldwide releases of Soilwork’s earliest albums.

HammerFall – One Crimson Night Review

If you are not a HammerFall fan, please stop here. There is nothing for you to read here. Why would you waste your time reading about a band you loathe, anyway? That is time better

Kataklysm – Serenity In Fire Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. I’ve bobbed my head to Kataklysm for quite awhile now, since The Prophecy (Stigmata of the Immaculate) to be exact. But for some reason, I never really took them too seriously for several reasons.

The Forsaken – Traces of the Past Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Melodic Death Metal merchants, The Forsaken return with their followup to 2002’s Arts of Desolation. Upping the ante from a technical side of things,Traces of the Past incorporates the aggression of Manifest of Hate yet still

Hypocrisy – The Arrival Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Due to the absolute lukewarm reception of Hypocrisy’s last effort, it seems as if Tägtgren and company have decided to go with the publicity ridden “return to form” campaign for The Arrival. In

Primal Fear – Devil’s Ground Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. There are singers who surprise you by being amazingly small but belting out a huge amount of sound, like Ronnie James Dio (Dio) and Glen Danzig (The Misfits, Danzig). Then

Fear Factory – Archetype Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Fear Factory was smart to break up when they did, though they’d have been even smarter had they called it quits prior to releasing the atrocious Digimortal. My own disappointment in that

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