Tag: Memento Mori

Dipygus ‒ Bushmeat Review

It’s never surprising to find out that a particularly nasty style of music comes from a seemingly less-than-nasty kind of place, but it never stops being amusing and satisfying. Such is the case with Dipygus

Altered Dead – Returned To Life Review: I, For One, Welcome Our New Alien Overlords

[Cover artwork by Matt Sidney] I’ve spent the last couple months taking a deep dive into Cixin Liu’s The Remembrance of Earth’s Past trilogy (just starting book 3, so no spoilers, please), and I now

Cardiac Arrest – The Day That Death Prevailed Review

That snuggly blanket you wrap around yourself at night with your glass of red wine or hot cocoa. That ice cold tea or frosty beer that you always enjoy on the back porch after you

Horrisonous – A Culinary Cacophony Review

Horrisonous – adj., Sounding dreadful I had to look that up, I’ll admit. Let’s take a gander, shall we? See if it holds true… This Australian quintet released The Plague Doctors EP back in 2016,

Ruin – Human Annihilation Review

There was no saving the film. Too much blood had seeped its way over the cells and dried to a dark brown crust. Besides, who has a reel-to-reel projector anymore? Luckily, the audio accompaniment was

Atavisma – The Chtonic Rituals Review

Talent is a fickle beast. Those who possess it are often led down the pompous, overwrought path of say Dave Weckl or Steve Vai. One might spend more time endorsing drumsticks than supporting the mostly

Rapture – Paroxysm Of Hatred Review

I wasn’t familiar with Greece’s Rapture until Paroxysm Of Hatred landed on my proverbial desk. Formed in 2012, Rapture has to its name three EPs, a split with Brazilian thrashers Toxic Carnage, and one previous


Ekpyrosis – Asphyxiating Devotion Review

Let’s talk about headbanging for a minute. Is there a wrong way to headbang? Are there places where you shouldn’t headbang? First off, there is no wrong way to bang your head. The biggest faux