Tag: Nuclear War Now!

Knelt Rote – Alterity Review

FAST RITES: because sometimes brevity is fundamental. Knelt Rote isn’t much for subtlety. This Portland-based trio began as a grinding noisecore outfit, but by the time of 2012’s Trespass, they’d left that behind in favor

Chaos Echoes – Mouvement Review

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. Some people might think of the English darkwave band with such hits as “If You Leave.” Some might randomly associate the British spelling with the similarly British spelling of France’s

Lihhamon – Doctrine, Iron Hands of Decimation & Miasmal Coronation (Split) Review

Lihhamon has largely flown under the radar, despite some claiming they own some lost demo cassette that is certainly killer but they just can’t “find it right now.” Full length Doctrine was originally self released

Anatomia – Cranial Obsession Review

Friend, you are going to have trouble with this record. You, the one with things to do, people to see, and a rich life to lead. Cranial Obsession is a flat tire on the way

Ares Kingdom – The Unburiable Dead Review

The blessing and curse that goes with our shared passion for music is that there’s often so many good bands that it’s difficult to keep up with them all. Maybe it’s just me and my

Insulter – Blood Spits, Violences, And Insults Review

Logic would dictate that the 1980s held a finite number of metal bands, but yet, about once a week, somebody digs up some other Band From Way Back When That You’ve Totally Got To Hear.

Nocturnus – The Science Of Horror Review

I’ve mentioned it before, but I’ll say it again: That Earache Grindcrusher compilation changed my life. (Not that it matters much, but I’m talking about the second one, from 1991, the one with fourteen additional

StarGazer – A Merging To The Boundless Review

It’s been four years since StarGazer released A Great Work of Ages, and the CD still hasn’t left my truck. Granted, there are a lot of CDs in my truck, but A Great Work of Ages has,