Tag: Nuclear War Now!

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,

Nuclearhammer – Serpentine Hermetic Lucifer

Hellhammer begat Blasphemy begat Angelcorpse begat Nuclearhammer. Goodbye, cruel world. If the idea of having your reality ravaged and flattened to soot by music yanks your crank, Serpentine Hermetic Lucifer is your ticket to ride

Ares Kingdom – Incendiary Review

originally written by Jim Brandon With so many bands mixing so many styles, there’s something very inspiring about an act that can take simpler genres that are considered building blocks of today’s more aggressive sounds,

Dead Congregation – Graves Of The Archangels Review

Graves of the Archangels has chopped off my head and kicked me into the mouth of hell with a most sinister brand of evil, old-school death metal. Here we find proper fealty paid to the