Ulver – A Quick Fix Of Melancholy Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Ulver is a band best known for their ability to keep their fans on their toes. You can never be too sure of what you’re going to get with each

Animosity – Shut It Down Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Just when I think hardcore is getting stale, and I’m waiting for that one album that will officially declare hardcore a dead genre, along comes San Francisco’s Animosity with an

Superjoint Ritual – A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . and here we go. Superjoint Ritual is the umpteenth metal project of Phil Anselmo, but it’s his primary focus right now. Neither groove-laden

Arch Enemy – Anthems Of Rebellion Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. After the initial shock of recruiting a singer who is as beautiful as she is deadly on the mic, Arch Enemy needed an album to let the world know that

Skepticism – Farmakon Review

Funeral doom is a whole area of music I am more or less unfamiliar with, apart from a little My Dying Bride – if they are even considered funeral doom. So with this release from

Gorgoroth – Twilight Of The Idols Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Gorgoroth is a name synonymous with evil. Forming in the early nineties, they arrive in 2003 with their sixth full-length release, Twilight of the Idols. Anyone that listens to black

Rune – The End of Nothing Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. You have to be in the right frame of mind to listen to Rune. If you are diagnosed w/ bi-polar disorder it would be very helpful, as would good ol’

As I Lay Dying – Frail Words Collapse Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Recently, a non-metal friend asked me to recommend some of my more “tame” material for him to listen to – something with nifty guitar work, some real singing, and no

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