Tag: Death

Fission – Crater Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Honestly, what would you expect a project formed by Vintersorg drummer Benny Hägglund (who also plays guitars and bass for this outfit) and aided by Vintersorg (vocals, FX-AKA Andreas Hedlund)

Misery Index – Dissent Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. Misery Index occupies a rather unique position within the spectrum of extreme music, drawing instrumentally on the speed and ferocity of grind and crust a la Assuck, His Hero Is Gone, and Napalm Death while

Krisiun – Bloodshed Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance A band like Krisiun is a wet dream for the romantic death metal fan. While clearly talented, and at times ambitious, this Brazilian threesome has always been the working man’s

The Chasm – The Spell Of Retribution Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Artists often fail when attempting to live up the grandeur of their vision. Often, this failure is not due to a lack of effort, or even talent. It usually results

Drawn And Quartered – Return Of The Black Death Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I’ll admit it, I thought Drawn and Quartered’s last effort Extermination Revelry, was a pretty average borderline piss poor gurgling, brutal death metal prolapsed, despite the James Murphy engineering job.

Unleashed – Sworn Allegiance Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Unleashed have released another album. And the primary question is, what does this band have to offer you that their peers don’t. Anything? Of course, there is the nostalgia factor, but

Mithras – Forever Advancing Legions (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Mithraism, the antiquated religion devoted to war god Mithras, is now but a shadow of its former self. Even as far as ancient mythologies go, it’s really obscure. However, 4000

Blood Duster – Blood Duster Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas It just feels weird to say Blood Duster on “Season of Mist” records, but anyhow here it is and as most Blood Duster fans probably predicted, this is a far