Tag: Divebomb

Ironflame – Blood Red Victory Review

Like most of us, Andrew D’Cagna grew up in a quiet town bereft of Crusades, wars fought upon horseback and plagues. Thus, we were all forced to cobble together medieval weaponry made from sticks, battle

Dire Peril – The Extraterrestrial Compendium Review

Dire Peril’s long-gestating debut full-length The Extraterrestrial Compendium is something of an unexpected gift in a year that has already seen new albums from guitarist Jason Ashcraft’s other band Helion Prime and vocalist John Yelland’s

Confessor – Uncontrolled Review

Very few bands or artists in any form of music can claim to be truly unique. Some break new ground and some expand upon the work of others, contract it, distort it, or merely replicate

Daylight Dies – Idle (Reissue) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Current heavyweights of the melodic death/doom scene, Daylight Diesdebuted with this five song EP, originally released in 2000 and now being reissued in a digital-only format. Daylight Dies has since

Oracle – Desolate Kings: The Oracle Anthology Review

Prior to receiving Desolate Kings for review, I’d never heard of Oracle, and my guess is, prior to reading this, neither have you. The band’s relative obscurity aside, this comprehensive retrospective on the brief career

Blatant Disarray – Everyone Dies Alone Review

originally written by Jim Brandon It’s not so much the meat, it’s the motion, isn’t it? What you do with what you’ve got, whether you prefer to swing it around all willy-nilly, or focus it