Tag: Napalm Records

Varg – Das Ender Aller Lügen Review

Funny how the brain works. I had been put off this band for at least a while due to the name being immediately associated with legendary asshole Varg Vikernes; it had to be a side

Draconian – SOVRAN Review

For reasons I won’t get into here, it’s been a long month. Trials and tribulations; personal and professional; trivial and major – you know the type. So it was with a bit of resignation that

W.A.S.P. – Golgotha Review

Of all W.A.S.P.’s controversial antics throughout the years, Blackie Lawless’ fairly recent conversion to Christianity is probably the most shocking. This is the man who brought us classics like “Don’t Cry (Just Suck),” “Kill Fuck

Ahab – The Boats Of The Glen Carrig Review

At first listen, The Boats of the Glen Carrig appears to be the first Ahab album that doesn’t see the German doomsters taking a substantial step forward in their evolution as musicians. After essentially mastering

Unleash The Archers – Time Stands Still Review

To me, the enjoying of power metal comes down to a couple of factors: One, does the music feel passionate, feel fiery, feel…well, powerful? Do the songs soar? Do the melodies stick in the brain?

Civil War – Gods And Generals Review

This Civil War began in 2012 when two-thirds of Sabaton seceded. The opening shots were fired later that year in the form of a self-titled EP, and the first major engagement came in the form

Thulcandra – Ascension Lost Review

Originally written by K. Scott Ross. Oftentimes, a great way to make a new and exciting thing is to take two existing exciting things and put them together. Ground beef, good; sliced cheese, good. Cheeseburger?

Cavalera Conspiracy – Pandemonium Review

When the brothers Cavalera reunited under the Cavalera Conspiracy name a few years back, some fans held out hope that this would represent a return to the Sepultura glory of old. While Inflikted and Blunt