Tag: Black

Thralldom – Black Sun Resistance Review

Originally written by Nin Chan The Noo Yawk blasphemer known as Ryan Lipynsky is apparently a man of many moods – while his main focus, Unearthly Trance, comfortably reside amongst the upper echelon of today’s

Summon – Fallen Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Dear Belial, this is a scorcher of a record. The agenda here, for those of you as yet unacquainted with this veteran band, is blowtorch, bone-crushing unabashedly AMERICAN death metal

Loits – Vere Kutse Kohustab Review

Call in the sub-genre police – I think this is black metal but they might insist it’s pagan metal or some other silly sub-categorization. At any rate, the spirit of Loits is definitely in black

Belphegor – Goatreich-Fleshcult Review

originally written by Nick Kulczycki Belphegor have once again bridged the sounds of black metal and death metal into a formidable commodity, on their 5th album that is Goat Reich Flesh Cult. Belphegor have once

Devil Lee Rot – Metalizer Review

“When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin.” Thus began Franz Kafka’s story The Metamorphosis. An important line not only because it

Urgehal – Through Thick Fog Till Death Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Ah, Southern Lord, one of the few labels thats genuinely accepted amongst elitists trying desperately hard to get into heavy music in order to broaden their horizons. So how great

Primordial – The Gathering Wilderness

Originally written by Drew Ailes I used to love Opeth. I adored them. I owned every album of theirs and eagerly awaited the next release. Around the time of Blackwater Park, I started to lose interest. To

Usurper – Cryptobeast Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence I can’t be sure, but I am pretty positive that everyone that listened to Usurper’s last album Twilight Dominion (at least those whom liked it) figured that their new album