Tag: Crossover

Los Huaycos – Savage Monstrosities Review

[Artwork by Skinner] If you grew up in one of the lucky parts of the world, there was probably a time in your life when you experienced precisely what true freedom intended humans to feel

Diamonds & Rust: The Accüsed – The Return Of Martha Splatterhead

In “Diamonds & Rust,” Last Rites looks back at classic albums from metal’s storied history. Some of those albums were big hits, and others are overlooked gems. All of them deserve your time and attention…

Insanity Alert – 666-Pack Review

There’s a fine line between homage and thievery. Nearly two decades ago now, Municipal Waste came raging out of Richmond, with a silly sense of humor and a sound borrowed heavily from DRI, early Exodus,

Power Trip – Opening Fire: 2008-2014 Review

What matters more to you between innovation and enthusiasm? I know what my choice would be. And I know at least a few among you who would very likely disagree… The week after this digital

Diamonds & Rust: Dr. Know – Wreckage In Flesh

I don’t normally prefer to talk about myself in reviews, but Diamonds & Rust is one of those features that affords the Last Rites blockheads an opportunity to get a little more personal while dredging

Bonehunter – Sexual Panic Human Machine Review

After a number of EPs, splits and demos (and one minor lineup tweak), Bonehunter finally released their debut LP (must have been highly anticipated), Evil Triumphs Again, in 2015. That album, although by no means perfect, set the

In Defence – Don’t Fuck With The Dungeon Master Review

Despite the British / Canadian spelling of their name, In Defence originates from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They’re a party thrash / crossover band formed in the mid-2000s, with goofy song titles and an outspoken love of

Foreseen – Helsinki Savagery Review

Get a load of that cover, will ya? You’ve got a pile of skulls spilling out of a creepy car park, Ghost Rider and his angry dog, and a hooded demon about to shoot up