Tag: Gothic

Sentenced – Buried Alive (2 Discs) Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon I was deeply disappointed when I first heard that Sentenced had decided to retire from the game. They have been a favorite of mine for years, and the primary reason why I

My Dying Bride – A Line of Deathless Kings Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon It’s always a pleasure and a challenge to review a band with as lengthy a catalogue and as wide a following as My Dying Bride. Fortunately, I own a few of

Tenebre – Heart’s Blood Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Let me ask you something. How much do you like Sentenced? Enough to dig even the bands that sound like nothing more than a loping, and obviously second rate facsimile? If

Moonspell – Memorial Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Like a musical representation of Barry Bonds, Moonspell only get thicker and heavier with age, as if injected with vigor. Nearly vanished are the monotone clean vocals that may have made them

Fields Of The Nephilim – Mourning Sun Review

South London’s Carl McCoy has taken fans Fields of the Nephilim on an interesting journey over the past 20 years. McCoy grew up in an environment steeped in religion, and found his days as a

Theatres Des Vampires – Pleasure And Pain Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner Pleasure and Pain is the follow-up to the 2004 release Nightbreed of Macabria. I never got a chance to hear that album, but to be honest, I’m glad I didn’t. However,

Swallow The Sun – Ghosts Of Loss Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson There are among us men born with the will to create, and available to these souls are many roads; roads that do not all lead to desirable ends. Nowhere are

Green Carnation – The Quiet Offspring Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Green Carnation has been on a slide away from Light of Day, Day of Darkness’ scope and creativity since the moment that project left the pressing plant. As a listener