Tag: Black

Impaled Nazarene – All That You Fear Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I’m ashamed to say that after 13 years and eight albums, this is my first experience with Finland’s (if not Europe’s) black metal elder statesman, well at least you won’t

Burzum – Hlidskjalf Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett All right, here we go… my third review of an album with no singing what so ever. In addition, once again, it is from the one and only Burzum. Hlidskjalf

Burzum – Dauði Baldrs Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Here we have Burzum, the one man project of the infamous Varg Vikernes. Progressing from the grimness of black metal into the neo-classical realm, Burzum explores the keyboard-laden sounds in

Bestial Mockery – Evoke The Desecrator Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Sometimes you just know you won’t like an album: from the name of the band, member names (Warslaughter, Sir Torment, Sodomizer), the logo, the song titles and the contained promotional

Dimmu Borgir – Death Cult Armageddon Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. The highly anticipated album from one of the biggest names in the underground heavy metal scene has arrived. In the true spirit of the three seemingly nonsensical words coupled together

Akercocke – Chronozon Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett All right, I don’t know how this band managed to slip through the cracks for me, but they did and I’m glad I have finely heard them. Akercocke is easily

Setherial – Endtime Divine Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon In the wake of Emperor’s demise, a void was left in the world of blasting black metal, allowing for bands once kept on the backburner to come forward. Among these

Forgotten Tomb – Springtime Depression Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I like doom metal. I like black metal. Then why am I not totally feeling this? A one-man project (red flag) by one Italian gentleman by the name of Herr