Tag: Borknagar

Borknagar – Urd Review

Originally written by Rae Amitay Borknagar is an experimental metal outfit that has been through its share of lineup changes and sonic shifts since their formation in 1995. They’ve delved into the nooks and crannies

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,

Borknagar – Universal Review

I’m late getting to my review of Borknagar’s Universal due to life and other such nonsense, which puts me squarely behind the great tide of thought on the record. My place knee-deep in the wash

Borknagar – Origin Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. I have to admit I was disappointed when Borknagar announced plans to record an all-acoustic record, because, if anything, I’m hoping they’ve got another Empiricism up their collective sleeve. Like their past endeavors, Origin ushers in

Borknagar – Epic Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Oh, Borknagar, what changes hast thou seen? From the self-titled debut to this new offering, Epic, it’s as though you’re listening to an entirely new band. With only one original member to