Tag: God Dethroned

Epica – The Alchemy Project Review

Epica could record an album of Karol G covers and no one would bat an eye. So the fact that the band is collaborating with musicians from Shining, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Soilwork, Aborted, Insomnium, Uriah Heep,

God Dethroned – Illuminati Review

For the most part, melodic death metal and I do not mix. It’s not that I dislike it, per se, but mostly, I just don’t care about it — it so rarely interests me that

God Dethroned – The World Ablaze Review

God Dethroned is a Dutch death metal band with a career that spans over a quarter century, and a catalog of 10 studio albums, including its latest, The World Ablaze, and aside from the last,

God Dethroned – Under The Sign Of The Iron Cross Review

Last year’s Passiondale put this Dutch death metal outfit back on my radar—that one was a damn solid slab of melodic World-War-One-themed metal; it was the best record God Dethroned had done in quite awhile

Jordan Campbell’s Top 20 of 2009

Another year in heavy metal…and what a year it was. It seems like every band on the planet released something in 2009; when Immortal, Absu, and Destroyer 666 all emerge from hibernation at once, it’s a sign that things

God Dethroned – Passiondale Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Considering death metal’s general empathy for all things violent, bloody and brutal, I’m surprised there are not more death metal albums about WWI – indisputably the most violent, bloody and

God Dethroned – The Toxic Touch Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. God Dethroned’s second album, The Grand Grimoire, has always hovered around my by top 20 death metal albums of all time, but subsequent releases have never reached that level and to be

God Dethroned – The Lair Of The White Worm Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. For some reason, everyone seemed to think that God Dethroned “sold out” or “went Gothenburg” with their last album, Into The Lungs of Hell. Having reviewed the album myself for this very site,