Tag: Iron Bonehead

Jordablod – Upon My Cremation Pyre Review

The greatest virtue of Sweden’s Jordablod is that they sound like a band. “But wait,” you say, “aren’t the vast majority of the albums reviewed on this site created by bands?” Well yes, but sometimes

Katakomb – Chained To A Wolf Review

In a scene as overcrowded as black metal, it’s tough to nail down exactly what gives a band the It Factor. This is particularly true when at least 85 percent of the bands sound 85


Light of the Morning Star – Nocta Review

I promised the boys and girls over here I wouldn’t do this. I swore I wouldn’t start by talking about leather. But, here we are, and here I am about to drone on about leather.


Ritualization – Sacraments to the Sons of the Abyss Review

“And it was on the eighth day of the year known by the Roman calendar as two thousand and sixteen that the great Lord Lucifer opened the dams and let forth the great, bloody deluge


Horn – Turm am Hang Review

From first wave to second wave to dark wave to new wave to cold wave to no wave nerds have ridden the tubular tradition of classifying all sounds as movements. Lumping similar sounds and scenes

Bolzer – Hero Review

Hero is the first full length album from Switzerland’s Bölzer, but unless you’ve avoided just about every blog of note over the past few years, and don’t spend one minute of your time on Heavy Metal

Temple Nightside – The Hecatomb Review

I don’t listen to a lot of death metal, or at least not that often. Stop me if you’ve heard this before. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s just… well, I don’t know.

Baphomet’s Blood – In Satan We Trust Review

Sometimes I want metal to transport me to mystical realms, or plumb the depths of darkness in my soul, or even to challenge my very concept of what constitutes music. Other times (most of the