Tag: Death

Cianide – Hell’s Rebirth Review

originally written by Pete Richards I was a young man going through some of the best years of my life when I first heard about Cianide while reading a friend’s ‘zine called Corrosion. Death metal

Origin – Echoes Of Decimation Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. As opposed to clichés as I am, I cannot help but say that Origin and I have a special love-hate relationship that stretches back to their self-titled Relapse debut, and continues up

Internal Suffering – Choronzonic Force Domination Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Few areas can claim to match the musical intensity of that found in South America. Seemingly stuck in some sort of time warp, bands like Mental Horror, Nephasth, Krisiun, and

Crionics – Armageddon’s Evolution Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Now this is what I like to hear. Polish blackened death metal, or vise verse—whichever you prefer—played with a level of speed, aggression, and coherency matched by few since the days of Emperor’s IX

Entombed – Unreal Estate Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Now here’s an interesting concept for you. You take a group of classic death metal misfits, place them on stage in front a crowd of Swedish socialites at the Stockholm

Impaled – Death After Life Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Even if you’re not a fan of the genre, you certainly know the album art: intestines curled into pus-covered piles or hanging from the mouth of a toilet (probably filled

Exmortem – Nihilistic Contentment Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. The dudes in Exmortem are pissed at something and the blood-boiling fury shines through without hesitation on their fourth full-length release, Nihilistic Contentment. The Danish death metal quartet blaze through nine tracks of

Dark Tranquillity – Character Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. As with many younger American metal enthusiasts, my love of metal has its origins in the punk and hardcore genres. Noticing my chosen path of ‘weakness’, a friend’s older brother lent me three