Tag: Death

Tomb Mold – The Enduring Spirit Review

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, flora and fauna, it’s a beautiful night here at Menacing Square Garden, and what a fight night it is. There’s the usual flurry of hushed excitement and politely suppressed

Cannibal Corpse – Chaos Horrific Review

[Cover art by Vince Locke, of course] Few bands can claim to have the type of impeccable track record as that of Cannibal Corpse, who for over three decades may never have written even a

A Devil’s Dozen – Defeated Sanity

Germany’s Defeated Sanity remains one of the heaviest and most brutal death metal acts currently lingering on our pissed off planet. As such, I wish I had a dramatic story to unfurl concerning my first

Exhumed – Beyond The Dead Review

Ordinarily, I am not someone who particularly likes surprises. But I am someone who really likes Exhumed. So I will more than happily accept this one. And of course, aside from its sudden appearance a

Begravement – Horrific Illusions Beckon Review

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the riffless hinterlands which have separated them from glory, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate

Necrony – Corrupted Crescendos Review

Before he was the drummer in Axis Of Despair, Anders Jakobson was the drummer in a little ol’ band called Nasum. And before he was the drummer in Nasum, he was the bass player in

Incantation – Unholy Deification Review

Unholy Deification is lucky #13 for John McEntee and his cast of cohorts, in terms of full-length albums. From outside observation, it’s pretty clear that, after some thirty-plus years in the game, John’s a true

Scolopendra – VM18 Review

The sound, it looks wonderful! – Dario Argento I’ll be honest, I didn’t understand the reference when I saw the title for Scolopendra’s sophomore album, VM18. All I knew was that the debut of the Necrophagia-esque