Tag: Koch

Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: Damnation From Both Sides Of The Fence

[Editor’s Note: Opeth Week continues with a Point/Counterpoint examination of Opeth’s 2003 album, Damnation, by our own Dan Obstkrieg and Manny-O-War. Dan hates it, Manny loves it. Beyond that, uh… we’re not quite sure what

In Flames – A Sense Of Purpose Review

In the movie Bull Durham, rookie minor league pitcher Ebby Calvin LaLoush is chosen to be the pet project of local English teacher/amateur baseball psychologist Annie Savoy. She will teach him how to improve his

Paradise Lost – Paradise Lost Review

Originally written by Patrick Dawson Honesty is a trait I appreciate in a reviewer. If Joe over at OmfgMetalRawks.com is upfront with me concerning his lack up knowledge on a band or genre before he

Entombed – Inferno Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Entombed is one of those legendary bands that for one reason or another I’ve never really sat down and listened to. The only album I’ve heard is Morning Star, which

Opeth – Damnation Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Opeth return with the second installment of the Nacksving/Fredman recordings. Of the two, Damnation was the album that had my interest peaked and expectations basically off the scale. Yeah, Deliverance