Tag: Epic Records

Lamb of God – VII: Sturm Und Drang Review

I’ve got to hand it to Lamb of God. Even after all of the shit  vocalist Randy Blythe went through with the Czech government, they’ve managed to stay on their recent “every three years” album

Judas Priest – Redeemer Of Souls Review

Redeemer Of Souls is Judas Priest’s best album in nearly 25 years. Reeling from the near-universal disdain for the ambitious Nostradamus, Redeemer is straightforward, the sound of Priest returning to form, cherry-picking stylistic highlights from

Lamb Of God – Resolution Review

Originally written by Rae Amitay Lamb of God was one of the first metal bands I truly loved. As the Palaces Burn and Ashes of the Wake blended aggressive riffs, furious lyrics, and enviable musicianship

Ozzy Osbourne – Scream Review

Scream marks the tenth solo studio album (or eleventh, depending how you want to count Under Cover) for metal’s reigning Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne.  Beyond that, the man needs no introduction.  His backing band,

Lamb of God – Wrath Review

It is at the risk of repeating myself that I state the following: if you had told me nine years ago that I would be here about to write a new Lamb of God album

Ozzy Osbourne – Black Rain Review

Well, well, well . . . what have we here? Why, it’s the new Ozzy Osbourne record! I was skeptical how this would turn out following the dreck that was Down to Earth, and actually

Lamb Of God – Sacrament Review

Doug Moore’s take: Dismember. Nile. Arch Enemy. Bolt Thrower (lord, do they ever). Dying Fetus. Fear Factory. Exodus. Hatebreed. Phobia. Deicide. Vader. And hell, even Slayer. What do all of these bands have in common?

Cradle Of Filth – Damnation And A Day Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Let me start off by saying I’ve been listening to Cradle probably longer than just about any other extreme metal band I listen to, but the idea of a new