Tag: Century Media

Tribulation – The Children Of The Night Review

Originally written by K. Scott Ross. Isn’t it strange how sometimes music seems custom made for our tastes, and yet we don’t enjoy it? Such it was with Swedish retro-death turned progressive gothers Tribulation. Their 2009

Vattnet Viskar – Settler Review

If metalheads were a fair bunch, they’d pick on the identical wardrobes of every “war metal” band as much as they focus on the looks of bands like New Hampshire’s Vattnet Viskar. Because really, the fashions

Paradise Lost – The Plague Within Review

Paradise Lost’s career trajectory is an interesting one, sometimes derided but yet always worthy of respect. They’ve followed their muse through the darkness, wherever it led them, and in doing so, through some serious ups

Morgoth – Ungod Review

There are plenty of adjectives in death metal these days. Progressive, technical, cavernous, blackened, atmospheric… And that’s all well and good, of course – it’s helpful to people like me trying to describe a record

Night Demon – Curse Of The Damned Review

California’s Night Demon is a new band that sounds like the middle ground between a half-dozen old bands, which means that they also sound like at least two dozen new bands. Their first full-length, Curse

Napalm Death – Apex Predator – Easy Meat Review

There are days when I think Napalm Death is my favorite band. Realistically, I know this to be untrue: I’ve known since I was a teen that Queen is both my favorite band and The

The Crown – Death Is Not Dead Review

By this point, most are familiar with The Crown’s history and legacy. This is a band that hit an absolute bottom-of-the-ninth, game-seven-of-The-World-Series home run in 2000’s Deathrace King, a blistering fireball of rollicking death/thrash that

At The Gates – At War With Reality

In the eyes of many, At the Gates did it all perfectly. They rose out of a fruitful, creative scene in the very early 90s, gradually honing their cold, malevolent form of melodic death metal