Tag: Death

Amon Amarth – Versus the World Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Amon Amarth return and with them their finest work to date. Versus the World quickly proves that 10 years of perseverance and allegiance can and will solidify precision. With surmounting

Malevolent Creation – The Will To Kill Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett When looking at title such as The Will to Kill, you just have this feeling in your gut that you know this album is going to kick your ass. Thankfully,

Grave – Back from the Grave Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman After 6 years of slumber Sweden’s Grave rise from the dead with their latest death sludge ensemble entitled, Back from the Grave. Making a formidable name for themselves in the

Immolation – Unholy Cult Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett I have to say, Immolation has surprised the hell out of me with this release. Previous to Unholy Cult, I had enjoyed some of Immolation’s material, but could never fully

Opeth – Deliverance Review

Ty Brookman’s take: Ah Opeth, a band that truly walks on the water of all that signifies pure metal. This particular statement may be a bit extreme but you can’t argue that Opeth is highly

Novembers Doom – To Welcome The Fade Review

Originally written by Russ Wallin. November’s Doom is well experienced in the realm of making albums. “To Welcome the Fade” is their sixth official release and combines elements of melodic metal with doom inspired passages

Necrophobic – Bloodhymns Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Necrophobic seems to be one of those bands that is always able to put out a solid recording; no crap periods like so many other bands. Needless to say, their

Kataklysm – Shadows & Dust Review

Written by Ryan Plunkett Last year I was fortunate enough to catch Kataklysm live at Milwaukee Metalfest, and they totally blew me away. Maurizio’s brutal vokills, accompanied by some heavy riffs had me totally riveted