Tag: Napalm Death

Lock Up – Demonization Review

On paper, Lock Up looks like a killer band. And it should be, in whichever of its four incarnations (so far) that you choose. It should add up to a sum greater than its parts,

Venomous Concept – Kick Me Silly – VC III Review

At this point, probably only about 12% of all musicians anywhere haven’t been involved in a side project with either Shane Embury or Danny Lilker. Or at least, they haven’t yet been involved in one.

Last Rites’ Best Of 2015 – Combined Staff List

Hails and nails, fellow howlers at the moon. It’s time once again to gather about yon round table to celebrate/dispute the Kingdom of Heavy Metal’s top albums of the year. Having recently divulged our picks

Napalm Death – Apex Predator – Easy Meat Review

There are days when I think Napalm Death is my favorite band. Realistically, I know this to be untrue: I’ve known since I was a teen that Queen is both my favorite band and The

Your Independence Day Mixtape – Because AMERICA

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Happy Independence Day, Planet Earth. Today, the fifty United States of America (and probably Guam and Puerto Rico or whatever) will celebrate our liberation from taxation without representation (hmm…) by

80s Essentials – Volume Four

Welcome to the fourth installment of The 100 Most Essential Albums of the 80s. If you need to catch up, you can do so here. This week’s edition is another testament to the diversity of

Riffology 109 – Suffer The Children

The term “breakdown” has been used in music for decades. What constitutes a breakdown varies from genre to genre, but for most popular forms of music, it refers to a section of a song wherein

Napalm Death – Utilitarian Review

Few bands always deliver. To say Napalm Death is among those few bands would be a colossal understatement. To put it bluntly, listening to Napalm Death is pretty much mandatory. The more albums a mandatory