Tag: Behemoth

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: November 18th – November 24th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Behemoth – I Loved You At Your Darkest Review

So here’s the quick take if you want to spare yourself any extra time reading about an album you should neither be excited about, nor purchase: Behemoth, arguably for the first time in its entire career,

Louder Than Death – Behemoth, Origin, and The War’s End

Originally Written by Jordan Campbell It seems like we’ve been wringing our hands over the so-called Loudness War for over a decade. As such, isn’t really much I can (or want to) add to the

Satanist vs. The Satanist – Is Behemoth The Rightful Heir?

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Behemoth is making some serious waves in the run-up to the release of The Satanist, due February 4th via Metal Blade. The hype shouldn’t be surprising. Over the course of

Behemoth – Abyssus Abyssum Invocat Review

Before reading anything else, readers should know that Behemoth‘s latest compilation, Abyssus Abyssum Invocat, is merely a combined version of both the Conjuration and Slaves Shall Serve EPs, with a few extra bonus tracks and

Metalmorphoses: Shifting The Paradigm, Pt. 2

A band in transition can be a daunting prospect for fans — the results can just as easily be disastrous as transcendent. In Part One of this three-part Metalmorphoses feature, the Last Rites staff began

00s Essentials – Volume One

Truthfully, the title says it all, but it never hurts to reiterate. After much deliberation, Metal Review proudly presents The 100 Most Essential Heavy Metal Albums of the 00s. The idea for this compilation emerged many

Behemoth – Evangelion Review

Jim Brandon’s take: There are few death metal acts who inspire debate as much as Behemoth these days, and I honestly have no idea how they’ve managed to arouse such controversy. Have they really done