Tag: Black Thrash

Hellripper – Black Arts & Alchemy Review

If Hellripper doesn’t slow down, their discography page is going to be rivaling that of the satanic thrash speedy boys in Abigail in just a few short years. But Hellripper never slows down. The brainchild

Destroyer 666 – Call Of The Wild EP Review

FAST RITES: because sometimes brevity is fundamental. Surprise, surprise: only two years since the band’s last full-length album, Wildfire, and we already have new Destroyer 666 material. Sure, Call of the Wild is only an

Sangus – Saevitia Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell If you’re an upstart metal band in 2014 and you aren’t putting your music on Bandcamp, you ain’t getting heard. Simply put, if you’re cranking out demos–which don’t really exist

Audiopain / Nekromantheon – Split EP Review

With the stack of promos at waist height, we usually wouldn’t get around to a two-track split, but when the name Audiopain comes across my desk, I take notice.  These Norwegian heshers have been dealing

Razor of Occam – Homage to Martyrs Review

Occam’s Razor is a scientific principle that all things equal, the most simple explanation (theory) for something is likely to be the correct one. Razor of Occam is a black thrash act from London by way of

Witchery – Don’t Fear the Reaper Review

Three years ago, I risked my entire welfare on this album, or at least, the promise of it. That was when I took a job with Necropolis Records. I had two primary objectives in mind: