Tag: Doom

Lamented Souls – The Origins of Misery Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Fucking doom. I hate doom. At least, I think I hate doom. I’m not sure, I might really like doom. I can’t tell. Doom is a genre that encompasses too

In The Woods – Strange In Stereo Review

originally written by Daniel Martinez In. The. Woods. When combined, those three words are synonymous with mystery and excellence. You see, this is one of those bands that remain somewhat obscure even for more than

In The Woods – Heart Of The Ages Review

Apparently I was fortunate enough to see In The Woods at their first, last, and only U.S. appearance at November to Dismember 2000 (the band broke up shortly after). I didn’t know who they were,

Probot – Probot Review

Ahhh, Probot. The name of Dave Grohl’s metal project has been sending ripples throughout the music scene for years. The list of announced guest vocalists was a veritable who’s-who from metal’s golden era. Anticipation, and

My Dying Bride – Songs Of Darkness, Words Of Light Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. It must be the cold, there’s not really any other explanation for the amount of attention I’ve paid to the new My Dying Bride record. Walking at night with headphones on is

Place Of Skulls – With Vision Review

I have a ritual that I usually follow when I am hitting a record for review. I will listen to it in my car, with my big fun stereo with lots of bass and everything.

Swallow The Sun – The Morning Never Came Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. It’s always been a wonder how people can manage to stand so loyally by styles of music where bands that sound exactly the same keep putting out albums that sound

Monolithe – I Review

One long track. Not exactly a fresh concept anymore, but there we are. Personally I never got the point of an hour long song, but that’s just me. Ever since my review of Skepticism there