Tag: Brutal

Cytotoxin – Gammageddon Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Every single time a brutal or technical death metal album lands in my editor’s inbox, a little light dings on his dashboard and he immediately forwards it to me. “Redar

Pathology – Pathology Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Pathology’s self-titled album is boring as shit. You have no idea how tempting it is to try and sneak that sentence by the boss and hope he is in the

Suffocation – Of The Dark Light Review

In his review of Suffocation’s previous album, 2013’s world-crushing Pinnacle Of Bedlam, my erstwhile compatriot Zach Duvall posited the half-in-jest idea of The Mullen-Hobbs Code, the qualitative phenomenon by which every odd-numbered Suffocation album is

Logic of Denial – Aftermath Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Logic of Denial plays really, really fast brutal technical death metal in the vein of AngelCorpse and Hate Eternal, though not in any memorable fashion. In fact, Aftermath is about

Condemned- His Divine Shadow Review

Originally written by Chris Redar From Condemned’s metal archives page: Not to be confused with: Condemned from Houston, Texas Condemned from Seattle, Washington Condemned from New Jersey A cursory search of the band also reveals

Prostitute Disfigurement – From Crotch To Crown Review

Originally written by Ian Chainey Prostitute Disfigurement is a recently-resurrected brutal death metal band releasing its fifth album, From Crotch to Crown, on Willowtip. And, really, that’s enough data to formulate your best guess regarding

Cryptopsy – Cryptopsy Review

Originally written by Matt Longo When I began work as Metal Director at WRUV in 2005, I was reintroducing myself to the genre I fell in love with, and had much ground to cover. Another

Dying Fetus – Reign Supreme Review

Before I signed up to review this new Dying Fetus record, I was tangentially party to a conversation between my fellow MetalReview staffers Doug Moore and Dan “Dr. Obstapus” Obstkrieg wherein this pair of irrepressible