Tag: Black

Dragonlord – Black Wings Of Destiny Review

Dragonlord is the brainchild of Eric Peterson, longstanding guitarist of Bay Area Thrash legends, Testament, who seem to be quite dormant at present. The band’s origin is the direct result of Peterson’s desire to explore

Absu – Mythological Occult Metal: 1991-2001 Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Accuse me of label whoring if you will but I think this album is getting my official recommendation as the number one most useful stocking stuffer for the metalhead in

Impaled Nazarene – Death Comes In 26 Carefully Selected Pieces Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Fifteen years is a long time for a band to rip down the same path whether they enjoy playing the material at this point or not. To still produce this

Old Man’s Child – Vermin Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. The members of Old Man’s Child and Dimmu Borgir are so incestuous it’s astounding. Plus, I’ve always thought that the two aforementioned bands share so many characteristics that they practically walk hand-in-hand with one

Tsjuder – Antiliv Review

There are quite a few things about Tsjuder that some would consider to be mildly interesting. The group put out a really good album in 2004 entitled Desert Northern Hell. That’s pretty cool! Tsjuder is from

Satan’s Host – Burning The Born Again… (A New Philosophy) Review

Originally written by Ian Duncan-Brown. Satan’s Host play pretty average old school death metal with occasional power metal touches, though they classify themselves as black metal. If you poke around a bit on their website, you’ll

Drudkh – The Swan Road Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Few black metal bands since the peak of the second wave have possessed the ability to express ideology through music as eloquently as Drudkh. The Swan Road is their third

Withered – Memento Mori Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. A word of advice for young bands: melodic metal bands that do without choppy Gothenburg thrash and clean vocals are a commodity these days. If your basement unit is looking