Tag: Ibex Moon

Thornafire – Eclipse Nox Coagula Review

One of the fun things about being a metal reviewer is that I get to say, with something not unlike a straight face, things like “Chilean death trio.” Except around these parts, that phrase is

Cardiac Arrest – Vortex Of Violence Review

Chicago death metal act Cardiac Arrest returns with Vortex Of Violence, their second album for Incantation mainstay John McEntee’s Ibex Moon Records. This band isn’t particularly known for expansionism or subtlety, so what you get

Funerus – Reduced To Sludge Review

Funerus first emerged in the early 1990s, released a few demos and then vanished, resurfacing in 2003 with their first full-length offering, Festering Earth. In the eight years between now and then, long-time guitarist /

Cardiac Arrest – Haven For The Insane Review

Chicago death metal act Cardiac Arrest drops their third full-length in Haven For The Insane, the band’s first for Ibex Moon. Founded by Incantation mastermind John McEntee, Ibex Moon has consistently released underground death metal

Lifeless – Beyond The Threshold Of Death Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Reinventing the wheel, these guys are not. In death metal years, this might as well pre-date the formation of the original wheel, so the fact that Ibex Moon was the

Headhunter D.C. – God’s Spreading Cancer Review

Thanks to John McEntee’s Ibex Moon Records, this latest effort from Brazilian death metal outfit Headhunter D.C. finally hits US shores some two years after the album’s initial Brazilian and European releases, with some bonus

Acheron – The Final Conflict: Last Days Of God Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell For nearly twenty years, Acheron have toiled away in relative obscurity. Near-comedic lineup woes and sporadic recorded output have rendered their name as one that is merely known—and not often praised—in subterranean circles.

Witchmaster – Trücizna Review

Only with heavy metal is ugliness a complement. Poland’s Witchmaster revel in all things hideous and dirty, and in all things, well, metal. With this aim in mind, they spew forth nasty blackened thrash with