Tag: Crash Music

Sammath Naur – Self-Proclaimed Existence Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner At first I had absolutely no clue why it had taken me so long to finally get around to reviewing this one (not that it’s sat in my to do

Thy Disease – Rat Age Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Do you like crushing death metal from Polish stalwarts such as Vader, Behemoth, Decapitated, Lost Soul, and others? If so, have you ever wondered what would happen if a band were to take that

Elysium – Godfather Review

Melodic death metal is a dish best served cold, because it hasn’t been hot for five years. (rimshot) Seriously, if you have Carnal Forge, Dew Scented, Arch Enemy, and any of the millions of almost

Loudness – Rockshocks Review

LOUDNESS! ROUDLESS! I saw these motherfuckers in high school at a terrible little cowpalace in the Utah State Fairgrounds. I saw quite a few bands there, and Loudness was the only one that sounded decent.

Abysmal Dawn – From Ashes Review

Chris Sessions’ take: Better. SO much better. Aiden and Surrender of Divinity kind of took a little of my love for the job down the fucking toilet with the rest of the indigestible artificial additives

Divine Empire – Method Of Execution Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner First, a little bit of current events…Divine Empire is a death metal band, previously of Olympic records, before the negative legal attention from the actual Olympic committee graced the metal

Kult Of Azazel – The World, The Flesh & The Devil Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Sick of reading reviews for Christian hardcore and artsy cum fartsy post-rock? Wish we could just metal the fuck up and tell Lifeforce records to end correspondence? Well here you