Tag: Death

Green Carnation – The Quiet Offspring Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Green Carnation has been on a slide away from Light of Day, Day of Darkness’ scope and creativity since the moment that project left the pressing plant. As a listener

Despised Icon – The Healing Process Review

Originally written by Ian Duncan-Brown. I’ve found that one of the most difficult aspects of doing album reviews is dissecting releases that I really enjoy in search of errors. Lately, I’ve had to divvy up

Morgoth – 1987-1997 The Best Of Morgoth Review

Originally written by Nin Chan Before this review begins in earnest, I’d just like to address an issue that has been a perpetual source of dismay for me over the past few years, an unfortunate

Severe Torture – Bloodletting Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Silent since 2002’s Misanthropic Carnage the Netherlands number one exporters of sadistic misogyny have returned with a live album to placate their fans in the absence of a new full-length.

Slumber – Fallout Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson As a member of a crowd that at times feels fairly small, I greatly enjoy the work of bands like While Heaven Wept and Pandemonium. Melodic Doom is a style

Omnium Gatherum – Years In Waste Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I had really high hopes for this as this Finnish band’s debut, as Spirits and August Light showed the kind of promise that could not only revitalize the melodic death metal scene

Nightrage – Descent Into Chaos Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. In every musical walk of life, even when a specific style has evolved from one extreme to the next, it will always eventually come full circle and return to its

Soilwork – Stabbing The Drama Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Soilwork had a lot of catching up to do when the first arrived on the Swedish metal scene in 1998. Fellow countrymen In Flames and Dark Tranquillity were already deep