Tag: Death

Man Must Die – Start Killing Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Start Killing is the two megaton bastard child of all things sonically menacing, and it is knocking at your door. Hailing from a land where all things brutal rule the

Anaal Nathrakh – Domine Non Es Dignus Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Anaal Nathrakh, one of black metal’s most extreme acts, bring you a fresh release to haunt you throughout all of 2004. For anyone who’s unfamiliar with the band, I advise

Behemoth – Demigod Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes So Behemoth put out another album, making this their fourth full length since 1999. Why can’t other bands do this? I’m not talking about writing four mind-blowing albums in the course of

Napalm Death – Leaders Not Followers: Part 2 Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Kicking off with a Cryptic Slaughter cover, how can an album possibly go wrong? It can’t. Napalm Death, a band that could be paid tribute to themselves, cover a variety of classic punk,

The Amenta – Occasus Review

There have been some masterful records released this year, especially in the last few months. Mastodon, Lamb of God, Dillinger Escape Plan…but, with all due respect to the music on those discs, I may be

Malignancy – Cross Species Transmutation Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Malignancy is a name I’ve always heard thrown around in metal circles, but I’ve never actually had the opportunity to hear any material. Even though I can’t say that I’ve

Vader – The Beast Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon “VAAAAAADERRRRR! \m/” If I had my way, I’d just write that line and pass it in for a D . But, we have higher standards here, and that would be

Astarte – Sirens Review

Astarte is three really hot chicks plus what seems to be some session dude on drums. There, I got it out of the way. Now on with the review! Astarte play black metal in that