Tag: Bolt Thrower

Riffology – Bolt Thrower’s “Through The Eye Of Terror”

Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, class is back in session. For this lesson in Riffology, we will be taking a break from Morbid Angel, but we will be returning once again to the year 1989 and

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: June 24th – June 30th

“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

Thanks For Nothin’ – Wait, No… Thanks For Everything!

“Do you hear the lurid call of the Wild Turkey? The furious gobble and the toileted hurl?” ~ James Fenimore Cooper It’s Thanksgiving in LastRitesville, USA, and some of us staffers are overwhelmed with enough

A Devil’s Dozen – Bolt Thrower

Do we really need to do a Bolt Thrower Devil’s Dozen? Could not any thirteen, randomly selected Bolt Thrower tracks produce a list comparable in quality to the one below? Perhaps, and doing so certainly

80s Essentials – Volume Five

Welcome to the halfway point, volume five in our list of The Most Essential Albums of the Eighties. Previous volumes can be accessed here. This week’s edition features a host of menacing characters. To start

90s Essentials – Volume Five

Another week, another entry in MetalReview’s soon-to-be-legendary 100 Most Essential Albums Of The 1990s… This week features two thrash classics, a Maryland doom masterpiece, one of the best progressive death metal albums of all time,

00s Essentials – Volume Two

Welcome back to Metal Review’s 100 Most Essential Albums of the 00s. Volume 2 features a pair of landmark doom releases, the glorious return of an epic metal legend, some widely varying interpretations of prog,

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Bolt Thrower – Those Once Loyal Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas From the moment the ominous opening tones of the Operation Crossbow movie sample and epic solo kicked in to start “At First Light”, I got goose bumps. This is after