Tag: Gorgoroth

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: April 1-7

“Album Of The Day” is a new Last Rites Facebook feature we started recently whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone

Gorgoroth – Instinctus Bestialis Review

If you’re the type who fondly looks back to the days when the metal formula was a hell of a lot more straight-forward and money spent on nearly any spiked, panda-painted band from Norway resulted

Rev and Redar – Bazaar 2.0

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Reverend’s Bazaar was a feature that ran intermittently for years, barely surviving the MetalReview / Last Rites changeover before staggering to its deathbed weeks ago. But instead of giving the

Gorgoroth – Quantos Possunt ad Satanitatem Trahunt Review

Chris Chellis’ take: After the dust of a band squabble settles there’s usually an awkward phase wherein all involved sit around playing thumb wars until enough courage is gathered to venture forth into the unknown.

Gorgoroth – Under The Sign Of Hell (Reissue) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald A substantial departure from their first two albums, Under The Sign of Hell sees the beginning of the Gorgoroth we know today. While Pentagram is still very close to my black metal

Gorgoroth – Antichrist (Reissue) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Depending on who you ask, Gorgoroth’s second album is either the best or the worst of the band’s seminal first three releases. I stand somewhere in the middle; Antichrist sees

Gorgoroth – Pentagram (Reissue) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Ah, Pentagram. Now here’s a great fucking black metal record. Arriving somewhat late to the party and struggling somewhat to find their own identity initially, Gorgoroth always seemed doomed to

Gorgoroth – Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam Review

Captain’s take: What’s On Tap: Shelve your pitchforks and torches Gorgoroth haters – Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam is an excellent example of some seriously abusive Norwegian extreme metal. This record is mean as hell and