Tag: Death Metal

Wharflurch – Psychedelic Realms Ov Hell Review

DID YOU KNOW… ? – Sarah McLachlan once recorded a cover of Morbid Angel’s “Chapel of Ghouls” for a scrapped ASPCA commercial benefiting neglected swamp monsters. Florida’s tentacular hooligans Wharflurch have at last heaved forth

Cover art by Mauricio Bonacic

Exanimatvm – Sollvm Ipsa Mor Review

There is death metal, and then there is evil death metal. Don’t get me wrong, death metal of all types is awesome, but I find I get entirely different moods from listening to, say, Cannibal

Eyes of Perdition – Incendiary Truths Review

Fast Rites: because sometimes brevity is fundamental. Ignorance is an appropriately maligned trait in a human being. Sure, a person who is truly ignorant can’t always be blamed for simply not knowing something, but we

Fetid Zombie – Transmutations Review

[Cover art by Mark Riddick] Supergroups are certainly a common occurrence in the world of music. Granted, the term is often bandied about more generously than it should be. Just because two members of a

Diskord – Degenerations Review

Friend, I don’t know how your brain works. For me, the most unsupported, errant thought will sometimes get stuck up in there like Phineas Gage at a magnetic cocaine party. A lyric reminds you of

Know//Suffer – The Great Dying Review

Have you ever been glad that a release was only 15 minutes long? Not because it was bad, but simply because it was so damn heavy that to experience even a minute more was to

Drawn and Quartered – Congregation Pestilence Review

Just recently, one of our fearless leaders began a glowing review for Diabolizer with a very important question: “When was the last time a death metal album ripped your head off and kicked it directly

Intonate – Severed Within Review

What in blue hell is going on in Quebec? They relentlessly unleash improbable brain-melting death metal on the world without warning. They’ve hurled Cryptopsy, Gorguts, Quo Vadis, Neuraxis, Beneath the Massacre, and many others upon