Tag: Death

Fleshcrawl – Made Of Flesh Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Every so often it’s nice to hear a death metal band play death metal. No frills necessary, just by-the-book death metal. Germany’s Fleshcrawl are such a band. Apparently they’ve been

Vehemence – Helping The World To See Review

originally written by Daniel Martinez I’ll let the proverbial cat out of the bag, for the zero of you who care: I’m not a big fan of Death Metal. In fact, it is one of

Sceptic – Unbeliever`s Script Review

It’s been a while. Somehow Sceptic got passed to me, after a few weeks of music that was making me rethink my whole devotion to guitars in general. I am very happy to say that

Necrophagia – Goblins Be Thine Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Do people really like this band? Is there really a large demand for this? I mean I’m no huge fan of any of the multitude of the Killjoy/Frediablo side projects

Arsis – A Celebration of Guilt Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. Shocking brilliance is always born from shit. When the taste of mediocrity is as blatant as your last listen to Turbo Lover and your enjoyment of music becomes a desperate search

Funerus – Festering Earth Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Are bands really still playing this style of death metal? Are fans still listening to it? With 2 members of Incantation (Kyle Severn and John McEntree), and the wife of

Dismember – Where Ironcrosses Grow Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. Dismember were never paid to make music. They were paid to make people FIGHT. So get out your knuckledusters you maggots and get ready for some good, friendly violent fun: Because Dismember have torn into

Crowpath – Old Cuts and Blunt Knives Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Are you a happy-go-lucky type person? Do you like whistling melodies on the way to work and back? If you are, look no further than Swedish “melo-death”. Also, look somewhere