Tag: Death

Azarath – Diabolic Impious Evil Review

originally written by Jim Brandon Do you like Sadistic Intent? How about Krisiun and Hacavitz? Does Hate Eternal’s one-speed attack leave you desiring something more? Enter stage right: Azarath’s third album, Diabolic Impious Evil, and

For Ruin – Obsidian Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. This is an interesting release for me because I have had the good fortune of seeing this band grow at an alarming rate.  I was first introduced to For Ruin through a

Martyr – Feeding The Abscess Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner It’s been six years since Warp Zone was released and followed with a showering of praise from critics and fans alike. I’d like to think it apparent that I’m one

Skeletonwitch – Worship The Witch Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance I think most metal fans know a band or two like Skeletonwitch. Either they practiced in your dormitory’s basement while you were in college, lived a few doors down from you

Noumena – Anatomy Of Life Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: Yet another excellent Finnish band vying for Amorphis’s throne…. Reviews: Last year, Noumena’s Absence crept onto my year end list, and while most are rightly lauding Insomnium’s Above the Weeping World, Noumena’s fantastic third album is also

Devourment – Butcher The Weak Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner I’ve always been a big fan of brutal death metal, but the particulars always seem to come down to the fine print of the exact style the band plays. I’m

Arsis – United In Regret Review

Ramar Pittance’s take: When Arsis released A Celebration of Guilt in 2004, I bit so hard I nearly shattered every tooth in my mouth and liquefied my gums. With melodeath a long dead horse still

Martriden – Martriden Review

Originally written by Jon Eardley Martriden were spawned from the relatively ‘metal quiet’ state we know as Montana, yet the state’s lack of metallic offspring hasn’t stopped the members from taking their years of love