Tag: Death


Cattle Decapitation – Humanure Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes A lot of people first took notice of Cattle Decapitation after somehow their album got banned in Germany. I don’t really know why, and I really couldn’t fucking care. It seems like

Dark Tranquillity – Exposures: In Retrospect And Denial Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Dark Tranquillity’s discography is a varied one indeed, ranging from the early Gothenburg days of Skydancer and The Gallery, to the more experimental leanings of Projector and Haven, finally culminating in

Suffocation – Souls To Deny Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance 2004 has certainly been the year of the comeback album. Once revered acts are reuniting and releasing material with varying levels of success. Why? What is forcing these musicians well

Disbelief – Spreading The Rage Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas The complete lack of originality in Nuclear Blast’s recent offerings Imperanon, Extomorf and this stuns me. Thick with high production values and a heavy coat of new car smell, these

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